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Blog Archives: July 2015

Join Us for the First Ever Eichler Inspired Sunnyvale Home Tour

July 20, 2015
Nil Erdal
We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Keycon Inc. Construction & Design to host the FIRST ever Eichler Inspired Sunnyvale Home Tour! Now whether you're a long-time Eichler homeowner looking for remodeling ideas or you're just curious about Eichlers in general and want tips from Eichler experts and seasoned homeowners, this is the perfect event for you. Anyone and everyone is welcomed to join us, so we encourage all of you in the Bay Area to come check it out. We're going to start the event off with a scrumptious taco lunch ...

7 of the Most Unique and Iconic Homes in the Bay Area

July 12, 2015
Nil Erdal
One can inarguably say that the Bay Area has some of the most notable, yet strangely unique homes in all of the nation. If you don't believe us, try take a stroll down the streets of San Francisco and take pictures of the homes that stand out to you. If you've done this correctly, you should have an album that rigorously reflects the political and historical values of the city. The homes we mention in this article have more than just an eye-catching exterior; They each have a one-of-a-kind story that makes them iconic to the Bay Area. Just ...

Best Places to Find Globe Lighting Fixtures for Eichler and Mid-Century Modern Homeowners

July 01, 2015
Nil Erdal
The globe pendant light is perhaps the most ubiquitous mid-century modern home fixture. Especially in Eichler built homes, stem-mounted globe lights, also called ball lights, were used as the primary source of interior lighting, and could be found in the entry, living and dining, kitchen and hallways. They work well as single pendants, but they're especially head-turning when hung in pairs or multiples at different heights. To give you a little background: Globe lighting fixtures are literally globes made of decorative fabric, plastic, metal, ...