Comfort, bringing the outdoors inside and destination-inspired décor will rule interior design trends coming to a room near you. Mary Hampton, owner of Scottsdale-based Hampton Design & Closets, discusses these 2021 interior design trends and more.
Arizona is one of the most beautiful states to live and is home to two of the top-rated U.S waterfalls, as well as over 22 national parks. Have a look at some of the top cities for apartment living in Arizona.
Top 20 metropolitan areas saw a decline of 22 percent in construction activities through the first six months of 2020. However, construction in Phoenix leaped to 82 percent.
Now or Never, an upscale lifestyle shop, is now open along Roosevelt Row in Phoenix. The new shop curates clothing, furniture, accessories, home décor and skincare products from fine designers and independent brands and makers from across the globe.
One of the many things that city dwellers took from their time at home over the past few months is it how glorious it would be to have space to roam. That is where The Estates come in, offering a one-of-a-kind development of 10-acre lots in Flagstaff.
The District at Scottsdale, a luxury apartment community located near Scottsdale Quarter, is giving away a year of free penthouse living!
The Valley’s hottest high-rise is now open in Scottsdale. Towering 12 stories, 7180 Optima Kierland has an eye on green living, award-winning design, endless amenities for owners and Arizona’s first rooftop running track.
When is the last time you explored the abyss that is your child’s closet? Mary Hampton, owner of Valley-based Hampton Design & Closets, provides six easy tips (get your label-maker ready!) for going for the organizational gold when it comes to your kid’s bedroom closet.
The latest housing market forecast by Zillow shows that the median home value in the Arizona real estate market has increased by 5.3% since 2019 and is currently at $254,600.
Luxury builder Cullum Homes is building a “Lego-like” home in the village at Silverleaf in Scottsdale to benefit local charity Special Olympics Arizona.