Business People and Their Homes

  • Kitchen: Gavin Maloof’s Las Vegas Home

    The family room flows seamlessly into the large, open kitchen, equipped with an island, a breakfast bar and professional-grade appliances. “I loved the layout as soon as I walked inside,” Gavin says.…   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Gavin Maloof’s Las Vegas Home

    Owned by businessman Gavin Maloof, vice chairman of Maloof Companies, this 10,000-square-foot Las Vegas mansion features a 10-car garage, an elevator, a wine room and an incredible resort-style pool,…   See the Image

  • Family Room: Gavin Maloof’s Las Vegas Home

    “I enjoy beige tones with red accents,” Gavin says of his decorating style. “I also like comfortable furniture, especially leather pieces.” The businessman’s taste is exemplified in the family room,…   See the Image

  • Basement Bar: Gavin Maloof’s Las Vegas Home

    The lower level of the home is the ultimate man cave with a bar, a billiards area, a gym and a home theater.   See the Image

  • Basement: Gavin Maloof’s Las Vegas Home

    “I love sports, music and cars, and so I have rooms that feature those aspects of my life,” Gavin says. In the basement, guitars are displayed on the wall adjacent to the pool table.   See the Image

  • There was a loud screening party going on at Chicago's 1871 tech skunk works to watch whether Illinois State alums Kasey Gandham and Mike Shannon could convince one of the five tycoons…   Read the Article

  • Georgia's Places in Peril, 2014: Sowega Building

    Located in downtown Adel, the Sowega building was built in 1929 for the Southwest Georgia Melon Growers. Most recently the building was home to Del-Cook Lumber Co., the largest producer longleaf pine…   See the Image

  • Ashley and Molly founded the Neat Method as more than just a professional organizing service: They say it's a lifestyle service. Not only will they give you pro organization tips, these gorgeous…   Read the Blog

  • “We always tell our clients that the secret to living a neat life is to make sure that everything has a home. Like these neatly labeled jars. Label baskets and bins to contain the clutter and help…   See the Image

  • “Our main challenge was to first organize the endless amount of small craft accessories that seemed to end up in one giant pile. It’s too easy to let small items like beads, buttons and rhinestones…   See the Image