Maximizing the Utility

Something that we take care to do in every project is to use all of the space we are given in a functional way. This laundry room was also being used as a mudroom and a home for two dogs, so we customized our design to create what is now a great space for all three functions.

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Christopher Johnson
Landscaping Matters

I am not a tree hugger, but boy do I love trees. Believe it or not, trees can make a big difference in home sales. Everyone has seen those unforgettable homes, those homes in old neighborhoods near a university campus or quaint town. They always have trees in front. Big trees.

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Christopher Johnson
Don’t Forget The Garage Door

I’m a car guy. I also love my garage. My wife may dictate how our bedroom s and kitchen are arranged, but I get the garage. It’s the one place that’s all mine. It’s also the one place in my home that I am guaranteed to enter twice a day.

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Christopher Johnson
Making a House a Home

It’s funny how welcome you feel when you walk into some homes. It’s more than the staging of furniture or a familiar scent like bread baking. It may be the way light filters through the windows or the choice of paints in combination with brick and mortar and all of the other elements that go into building a home.

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Christopher Johnson
Get Your Wainscoting Right

Wainscoting has moved from a once purposeful design feature of a house to now a purely aesthetic item. Historically, wainscoting was used to protect the lower portion of a wall from wear and tear caused by both people and the elements

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Christopher Johnson
Color Your Window Sashes

The color of the frame, sash, and grilles of a window are oftentimes overlooked when designing or building a home. By default, most windows come with white frames and grilles. An easy way to add an extra bit of detail and depth to a home is to color both the frames and the grilles.

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Christopher Johnson
Space For Design – Chapel Hill News Article

The kitchen is the heart of the home for most families. Rebecca Shirey Johnson, a member of the Will Johnson Building Company team, has found that to be true whether working with clients in the Triangle or watching the speed with which her military family made houses into homes during extensive world travels.

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Christopher Johnson