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What is Your Trophy Home?

Your Trophy Home is not just another book about the obvious basics.

It is NOT about the optimum size of a family room

-yet these secrets will help you to get a living room that LIVES & FEELS much larger than it really is.

It is NOT about how wide a hallway should be

-- yet these secrets will teach you how to minimize hallways; one of the most costly and common mistakes.



The secrets disclosed in this book will teach you how to look at your new home differently.  It's about understanding the psychology of how your home is perceived and how it functions.  Everybody's focus is on size.  And that's the bad news.  By designing with the right principles, size becomes a byproduct (you get more home with less space).


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  • Understand that most housing design is mediocre and why it is so common. This is the foundation to the entire problem in home design. It is painful but true... -pg.9
  • This is the first and MOST IMPORTANT concept that you need to understand. It is the driving principle behind every home I've designed (over $2.2 billion and counting). This principle is so GREEN that it beats any other green strategy used today. So if cost and environment mean anything to you this is where you start. It's an inarguable fact that this the BEST GREEN STRATEGY... -pg.13
  • The Two "F's" Now we're talking. Look at your home in a new way. It's ridiculously simple but true. Get this right and you are on to having a home that feels "just right"... -pg.14
  • How a "Pocket Room" makes a home more functional without using much space... -pg.17 [Fig. 2]
  • This design technique does way more than eliminate hallways. It also makes the rooms beyond feel significant. The result is grand elegance that reduces your home building cost. Using it 3 times in one house eliminated the hallways from a 3100 square foot home.... -pg.21 [Fig. 5]
  • See a 962 square foot government housing home that has the same common mistakes as the home you live in and how many of the problems were fixed without changing the footprint. Why is this so important to you? This example illustrates how powerful these design principles are... -pg.26&27 [Fig. 7 & 8]
  • Can a Home feel too BIG for it's own Good? You be the Judge. See a strategy that increases the look and feel substantially... -pg.30 [Fig. 10]
  • Placement of windows in a wall greatly affects the look and feel of a room. See how to add light to a room without increasing the amount of glass... -pg.35 [Fig. 14]
  • This common design flaw reduces the flexibility of a room. Even worse, it makes the room uncomfortable. This flaw is so common, you are likely to have it in the home you live in now... -pg.39
  • Look at a case study that illustrates how this common problem affects a house. It makes the home feel much smaller... -pg.40 [Fig. 17a]
  • Never allow an engineer to site your home! Their purpose is not to place a home on a lot. Instead, they make the home that has been placed on the lot work. This common mistake that home builders make is shown here... -pg.55 [Fig. 22a]
  • Here you'll see a solution to siting two homes that made a remarkable difference. Both homes were more appealing and valuable. That's right, they were both worth more money when complete... -pg.56 [Fig. 23a]
  • Don't ever make this mistake! The value of this home was reduced by at least $30,000... and for no reason. But worse yet, the home is not nearly as nice to live in. And it could have been avoided so easily... -pg.59
  • See how eliminating the undesirable features of a sub-par lot helped to make it a gem that turned into the most valuable home on the block. By taking the same care, you can add 10% or more to the value of your home when it's finished... -pg.62
  • What does a job interview have to do with your home? They are one in the same. See why... -pg.68
  • Opening your front door is so important. It's the first impression your guests get of your home. What does it show? See how deconstructing the entry sequence will open your eyes (and your guest's) to a better experience... -pg.73
  • How to get more for less. Use this psychological trick to define your spaces without making them feel small... -pg.74
  • Do you want to amaze your friends? Include either of these two ideas in your kitchen and you are GUARANTEED to have something they don't. To top it off, you'll like your kitchen much more for doing it. This is where the little things mean a lot... -pg.76 & 77 [Fig. 32 & 33]
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