Living - Westerville

“Turn something ugly into something beautiful.” That's the motto of these local realtors and remodelers and it can't be truer. Read more


This couple has moved a lot but finally decided Westerville is where they’ll claim a forever home. Read more



Marshall Evan

Who says you can’t double dip? Read more


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Photos courtesy of Kitchen Kraft Inc.

It’s a gasp-worthy kitchen transformation, and, – in the best way possible, – a little blinding. Read more


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Westerville Habitat Partnership

Travel back through Westerville's rich history for one day each year with the Tapestry of a Town walkable tour! Read more


WesterFlora Garden Tour turns 28 this year and will feature an array of local gardens Read more



Photo courtesy of Kent Smith Photography

Who says an office has to be limited to cubicles and skyscrapers? Harrison Co. Real Estate recently bought a 110-year-old church for its new office and the historically preserved renovation is jaw-dropping. Read more


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Photos courtesy of Lindzy Annis and Farid Nava

Westerville-based Financial Providence Group got an upgrade and now includes several large-scale fish tanks throughout its office. Plus, the remodel was featured on a TV show. Read more


Dave Fox Design helped a couple in Westerville remodel their entire home over the course of a few years, but the real crown jewel is their award-winning hall bathroom. Read more


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Photos courtesy of Laurie Greco

Old That Is Strong Does Not Wither: When it rains, it pours, and mother nature never considers a homeowner’s plan Read more


A private house featured on the Tapestry of a Town tour was originally built in 1927 for Mary B. Thomas, a highly influential member of the Westerville community. Learn how the current owner share a connection with this almost 100-year-old home. Read more


Robert and Margaret Young had worked with Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers to turn the rear of their Westerville-area house into something better-looking and more accessible. Read more



Photos courtesy of Kresage Contracting, Inc.

After a three-month remodeling process, the house’s lower level is now anchored by a bar and gathering area with a sizable kitchen island, off of which are two less common features: a wood shop and a music room. Read more



Photo courtesy of Elite Home Remodeling

Back in Style: Sometimes, it only takes a few adjustments and cosmetic changes to take a room from outdated to modern Read more



Photo courtesy of Davidson Builders

When Bill Miller and Tommy Dole decided their house needed an upgrade, they wanted something that could connect them to nature, and also be suitable for entertaining. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Nancy Nestor-Baker

There’s almost 150 years of history packed into the South Vine Street home of Nancy Nestor-Baker, making it one of the oldest sites on this year’s Tapestry of a Town tour Read more



Photo courtesy of Kresge Contracting Inc.

Tear Down This Wall: When Mark and Joyce Kresge decided to remodel their Westerville-area home rather than move, it didn’t take long for them to realize which part of the house didn’t seem to fit. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Keefer Contractors

From Cramped to Colossal: “We knew we needed more closet space, and one thing led to another,” Chris says. Read more



Photos courtesy of Organized Home Remodeling

Shower Power: To say the remodeling of Kathy Morgan’s bathroom was a long time coming would be a massive understatement. Read more


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Kasha Joseph Ph#917.403.8404

We’ve Got Company: Miller Troyer’s massive overhaul includes the entryway, kitchen, dining room, basement, porch, deck and master suite Read more