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San Francisco Town House Gets a Kitchen Transformation

San Francisco Town House Gets a Kitchen Transformation

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After years of heavy use and fixtures that were stuck in the 80s, this kitchen went from the well worn to the dream kitchen these homeowners always wanted. The homeowners now boast a kitchen that is the hub of their lovely Edwardian townhome. Mahoney Architects & Interiors made sure that the modern amenities and new […]

Colleen Mahoney: Certified Biomimicry Specialist
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Colleen Mahoney: Certified Biomimicry Specialist

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Fresh out of the Biomimcry Professional Certification program, Colleen Mahoney has a whole new take on design. Rather then taking from nature, Biomimcry emulates design solutions found in nature. Biomimicry is gaining traction within scientific, engineering and design circles particularly concerned with sustainability. Colleen first became interested in Biomimcry after reading Biomimcry: Innovation Inspired by […]

NARI Awards Mahoney Architects & Interiors 2 Remmie for 2013
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NARI Awards Mahoney Architects & Interiors 2 Remmie for 2013

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The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) awarded Colleen Mahoney two Remmie Awards.  Mahoney Architects & Interiors is a member of the Marin Chapter of NARI.  The firm won top awards from this prestigious organization for a “Residential Interior Under $100,000” as well as for its “Residential Kitchen $40,000-$80,000”.  Located in Mill Valley, Mahoney […]

American Architecture: The Elements of Cape Cod Style as Featured on Houzz
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American Architecture: The Elements of Cape Cod Style as Featured on Houzz

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Mahoney Architects & Interiors has been featured on Houzz by Contributor Steel Marcoux. Take a look.

The Media Room & What to Consider
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The Media Room & What to Consider

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From Grandiose to Intimate, What you need to know to create the perfect home theater and music room. Home theater, man cave, music or media room, call it what you want but when you’re ready to create one of your own there are a few things to consider. Nowdays, with access to high quality media, […]

How to Decide on a New Town
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How to Decide on a New Town

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Mahoney Architects & Interiors has been featured on Houzz by Contributor Laura Gaskill. We just had to share.

Turn Up the Lighting
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Turn Up the Lighting

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One of kind Recycled Lighting Fixtures Lighting is a great way to dress up a room and help set the tone. There are endless options and for those that have the inclination, a great opportunity to create something truly spectacular. A keen eye and deliberate hand can transform the most ordinary objects into something truly […]

How to Stick to Your Budget
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How to Stick to Your Budget

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What is your project?  Talk to the professionals with experience!  Share your budget with your architect and ask to partner early with a qualified contractor for preliminary cost estimates.  Your “team” will work with you to help meet your expectations.  Be honest and be clear. Identify all the pieces of the budget: There are many items that will make […]

Colleen Mahoney on NARI Expert Panel
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Colleen Mahoney on NARI Expert Panel

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Come catch Colleen Mahoney, David Leff, president of Leff Construction & Debbie Peterson,architect of Hudson Street Design, North Bay NARI chapter’s expert panel to discuss The Key to Designing within Budget. Tonight, Tuesday, June 4, 2013. Hope to see you there. Meeting a budget is an essential step toward creating a successful project, and satisfied clients. Designing […]

Open Houzz, What’s With the Kitchen Island?
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Open Houzz, What’s With the Kitchen Island?

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Unless you have an open floor plan or a very large kitchen, an island with cabinets can take over the kitchen. Islands that are open on the bottom leave open visual space while still offering plenty of storage and a significant amount of workspace. So what should you look for?  Make sure it’s strong. The […]

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