Recently opened home model center in Casa Grande unveils new designs

What are the features you’re looking for in a dream home? Is it a light-filled open kitchen for cooking and entertaining, a spacious walk-in closet for storing your clothing or a en-suite with double sinks?

In Casa Grande, take a tour of new homes at Palm Creek Resort & Residences. This luxurious, 55-plus community has unveiled a model center for a sneak peek look at new manufactured homes designed by Cavco and Champion Homes. Here you can view the must-have features everyone wants in their abode, from sleek appliances to high ceilings and wood laminate flooring.

You’ll find everything you need in the modern kitchen, from wide countertops and huge islands to stainless-steel appliances and deep farmhouse sinks.

Tucked in this quiet community midway between Phoenix and Tucson, Palm Creek offers stylish resort living, where every day is a golf day.

For an active lifestyle, Palm Creek has access to top-notch amenities, including four swimming pools and four hot tubs, pickleball and tennis courts, lawn bowling, and a softball field, among other

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Construction underway on Spokane’s first zero-carbon ‘smart home’ for ALS patients

It often costs thousands of dollars for people diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and their families to pay for medical care and retrofit their homes for accessibility.

Nonprofit Matt’s Place Foundation and a group of area businesses are looking to ease that financial burden by building an eco-friendly, state-of-the-art, interactive “smart home” designed specifically for ALS patients and their families to live in while coping with the disease.

“We’re really pushing the envelope on carbon neutral design,” said Andy Barrett, board member of Matt’s Place Foundation. “For Matt’s Place, their audacious goal is to make the smartest home in the world for ALS patients. It’s unique in that standpoint, and then, of course, it’s unique that we’re building these for at-risk ALS patients and families to keep them together.”

Matt’s Place Foundation built its first smart home for ALS patients in 2017 in Coeur d’Alene with assistance from several

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Designer, Home Improvement TV Insider Mark Brunetz Pulls Curtain Back On Obsession With Interior Design On Scandalabra: The Ugly Truth Behind Beautiful Spaces Podcast | News

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Emmy Award-winning designer, television host and author Mark Brunetz was right on the (stylish) ground floor of the early days of home improvement TV programming – from the “hay glued on the walls” heard around the TLC-verse to today’s obsession with married couples pulling off hometown makeovers in Laurel, Mississippi and Waco, TX.

He’s seen and heard a lot after 30 years in the industry, and now he’s pulling back the proverbial curtain on interior design with the launch of Scandalabra: The Ugly Truth Behind Beautiful Spaces podcast. The up front and personal format reveals behind-the-scenes secrets and never-before-heard opinions from some of the most provocative and fascinating people in and around the design community.

Hosted by Brunetz, co-host of Clean House on the Style Network, Scandalabra is the first podcast to critically examine the world of interior design. Curious, skeptical, and

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Home conceived by Disney imagineer lists in California

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A home designed by one of Disney’s most iconic “imagineers” has graced the real estate market in Lake View Terrace, California for $2.7 million.

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The 2,892-square-foot estate, dubbed Villa di Fontani, was designed by Fred Joerger, the man behind such famous Disneyland attractions such as Sleeping Beauty’s castle and the Matterhorn, Realtor.com reported.

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And he’s not the only Disney mastermind who had a hand in bringing this beautiful home to life.

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Exterior Screen grab from Realtor

“Villa Di Fontani Estate was conceived with the same magic that brought the first Disneyland Park to life,” the listing on Realtor.com says. “Designed and built by one of the three original Disney imagineers Fred Joerger, this masterpiece also holds works of art by other Disney artists like Walt Peregoy, Tyrus Wong and Travis Johnson. This property,

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