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Traditional Western elements meet contemporary style in this Jackson Hole homestead designed by Ward+Blake Architects and inspired by the water, trees and mountains that surround it.
Budget-friendly building materials are put to work in quirky and unexpected ways in this one-of-a-kind Arizona home designed by Angelica Henry.
Cook up these quick, crowd-pleasing treats with the help of a humble box of crackers.
With a tangy combination of ranch dressing mix, garlic powder and crushed red pepper flakes, these firecracker saltine snacks will add some bang to your snack buffet.
Top saltines with caramel, chocolate and salty garnishes for easy-to-make cracker candy. Be careful, this treat is addictive!
With a dab of sauce, a pinch of cheese and a sleeve of saltine crackers, these pizza bites are a snap to toss together for a tasty snack.
PHX Architecture and Kim Scodro collaborate to bring a bright, fresh look to Southwestern style in this award-winning Scottsdale, Ariz., home.
With subtle pops of color and bold use of patterns, this home set on the banks of the Herb River is designed for a family with fun personalities.
Designer Kelly Mittleman transforms a farm cottage suffering from years of neglect into a charming getaway with strategic structural changes and thoughtful cosmetic upgrades.
Gin Braverman of gindesignsgroup transforms the Raven Tower in Houston -- once an unusual bachelor pad -- into a funky, versatile lounge space with a wink and a nod to its quirky original owner and 1970s roots.
Combining custom touches such as Craftsman millwork, salvaged wood and antique furnishings in thoughtful ways, Houston designer Jamie House helped a newly constructed home fit into a historic neighborhood -- without adding significantly to the cost.
Award-winning landscape architect David Young uses water gardens and native plants to restore order and create serenity at an estate on the Gulf of Mexico.
Perched atop a hill at the end of a street, this 3,300-square-foot home designed by Iverson Custom Homes in Eugene, Ore., is made for easy living. See how soaring ceilings and thoughtful planning make the most of both the indoor and outdoor living spaces.
Bold, black paint can turn even the most basic builder-grade closet doors into architectural statements. See how to make a black door work in your own interior space.