The Perfect Pair: Centor and your Lanai

From the white-sand beaches of Florida to the snow-capped forests of Michigan’s upper Peninsula; From the golden-wheat and corn-tasseled fields of the central plains to the majestic purple mountains of the west; From the sun-drenched dry heat of the southwest to the cloud-covered and rain-nurtured pacific northwest; From the skyline and traffic of Los Angeles to the 100-mile wilderness of […]

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Passive New York House with Retractable Screens

This Mamaroneck home by the sea offers energy conservation in all areas with the area’s first certified Passive House. The home was built around this concept, originating in Germany in the 1990s. The 1960 split level was no easy renovation to turn into a Passive House. The project took 18 months, but homeowner, Veronique Lablanc,  wanted to be sure the home […]

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Funkadelic Stoett Employee Cafe

Stoett’s new building purchase comes with fun, new decorating opportunities, right? Well, this large 1,000 square foot break room was quite the decorating task. Mission: turn in to a fun, functional break room for employees to kick back in when they aren’t working and host our company events, like Coffee Fridays and Throwback Thursdays (more on those later). Solution: make […]

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