The idea that you can design a house in your own backyard is something we’ve seen before.
But this year, it’s a whole new ballgame.
The idea that a home is a place you can grow and create is something that has become increasingly important for many millennials.
The idea of the “house on wheels” is becoming more and more popular, and this year is no different.
In many ways, this year’s home design season was a great one for everyone.
We saw homes that we loved and wanted to live in, and we saw homes we didn’t even know existed.
This year, we have some great examples that we hope will inspire you to take your home design to the next level.
We also have some that we think are a little off the beaten path.
In our next installment, we’ll look at a few examples that didn’t quite live up to the hype, but were still really, really good.
This is a good time to introduce the newest members of our Home Design Team, our Design Director Josh and our Assistant Designer Lauren.
Josh and Lauren have been working in the industry for a long time, and they have a huge amount of experience with this topic.
They are both passionate about the home design world and love to help other designers do their jobs.
So when we asked them to join the Home Design team, they jumped at the opportunity.
They have great designs to share and they want to share them with you.
Josh is a longtime home decorator who has worked with clients such as Dora the Explorer, the Walt Disney World Resort, and the Hollywood Bowl, among many others.
Lauren is a designer with a strong background in architecture and interior design, and she also worked on the film The Grand Budapest Hotel, where she was the interior designer on the main cast.
As a team, we were excited to be able to work on these projects together, but there were a few challenges along the way.
Josh worked on many projects, and Lauren had been working on several since she joined the team.
For one, Lauren had to get used to a new workflow and a new home design process.
We had to work through several different processes and many new materials to get the final product to look the way it does.
We were also fortunate to have two very talented interns helping with this process, both of whom have been instrumental in our process.
I love how these two have been able to help us out in all areas of the project.
Finally, we had to figure out how to make this a real project.
We needed to build the house from scratch and create a few custom elements for the house, such as windows and a porch.
This was a daunting process that took many months to complete.
We are extremely thankful for Josh and his team for their patience and commitment to the project, as well as their great work on the project overall.
We hope you enjoy their work on this project and look forward to seeing the finished product.