Modern Design Merges With Hindu Heritage in Houston

Can contemporary structure be used to allow a family’s traditions and heritage? The knee-jerk answer may be no, since early-20th-century modernism dismissed tradition in many of ways. But given that today’s modern design combines contemporary design with the modern technology and ways of life, can it be possible that it can be equally as suitable… Continue reading Modern Design Merges With Hindu Heritage in Houston

Architecture's 12 Days

On the 12 days of Christmas, what will architecture give to you? Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture Jody Brown Architecture See… Continue reading Architecture's 12 Days

How Do Bankruptcy Avoid a Foreclosure in an Upside Down Mortgage?

Bankruptcy isn’t a step to be considered lightly. It remains on your credit report from seven to ten decades, based on the chapter you record. The automatic stay prevents creditors from proceeding with litigation and collection efforts. If you’re behind on your mortgage payments and facing foreclosure, the perfect bankruptcy can prevent foreclosure. You will… Continue reading How Do Bankruptcy Avoid a Foreclosure in an Upside Down Mortgage?

Could Odorless Polyurethane Be Used for Wood Tabletops?

The fumes in traditional finishes, including lacquer and varnish, are a factor to consider when deciding on the perfect way to complete a tabletop. Waterborne polyurethanes don’t have the same wires, however they don’t have all the same qualities as these substances, either. In some instances, that can be a good thing. Polyurethane Chemistry Solvent-based… Continue reading Could Odorless Polyurethane Be Used for Wood Tabletops?

Arts and Crafts Inspires a Midcentury Home

From green shag carpeting to clean hardwood and curated art, this Dallas house has undergone some big changes to pay homage to its midcentury roots. Inspired by their own kitchen remodel, Michael Connolly and Gae Whitener transformed their Texas house into a Arts and Crafts–inspired space. The couple describes the upgrade as a “cyclonic event”… Continue reading Arts and Crafts Inspires a Midcentury Home