Nearly two-in-three home owners say they would like to add color in their home, particularly in the living and family room, followed by bedroom and bathroom.
Open floorplans have been in high demand in recent years, with buyers showing preferences for open kitchens and dining areas tucked into great rooms. But could that be changing?
NAHB provides home owners with the following 10 tips for preparing a home for the warmer months ahead.
Home owners are turning their backyards into entertainment spaces with outdoor eating spaces and living rooms.
Grays have been catching on in more interiors this year and so has the color’s “flashier cousin” – silver, which is becoming a popular accent color in 2014.
Fireplaces often become the focal point of a room. New technological advances are allowing home owners to do a lot more with their fireplaces too.
Bathroom styles are shifting to contemporary, spa-like styles that are accessible and easy to maintain, according to the latest trend report from the National Kitchen & Bath Association.
Wood flooring and glass backsplashes are expected to show up in more kitchens this year.
Just replacing that front door may offer some of the biggest bang for a remodelers’ buck, according to the 2014 Cost vs. Value Report.
Getting clients to consider staging their home to sell is a major challenge many real estate professionals encounter. Some sellers think their home is either too small or too big to be staged or that staging is only for homes at a certain price point.
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