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Paola is the rock of her family, a hardworking single mother of two whose home is the hub for every get-together. After Paola’s cancer diagnosis a year ago, and recent news of remission, she and daughter Michelle decided to prepare her forever home for the next years of extra-special celebrations.
Jennifer and Agostino’s beloved family home has seen a lot since Agostino’s grandfather bought it in the 1960s—so much, in fact, that there used to be orchards where now there’s a full neighborhood.
Amy and Dominic come from a long line of Forever Home-dwellers: their parents still live in their childhood homes, and Amy and Dominic want to give the same consistency to their two boys. Their home of five years is within walking distance to work and family members, but we wanted their house to be as comfortable as it is convenient.
When Erika and Ben bought their six-bedroom home five years ago, people thought they were crazy. They only had one child—that was way too much space! But the couple knew that they’d found their dream home in the ideal neighborhood and didn’t want to pass it up.
Brian and Meghan’s sprawling Las Vegas property is a good example of a tough life lesson: Even the nicest homes can have design flaws.
Brooke and Ben used to live abroad and moved houses eight times in 10 years. Seven years ago, they decided to return home to raise their kids and settled in a neighborhood surrounded by an incredible community.
Valerie and David love their 100-year-old house, but it’s having trouble keeping up with two kids, a beloved family dog and a new puppy about to arrive.
When Kirsti and Jeff moved into their forever home seven years ago, they had no idea they’d be adding a couple of kiddos to their crew. Now, with both of them making major life changes in order to spend more time with family, they’ll need the home they love to work for them in more ways than one.