Curvier building elements, patterned hardwood floors, and black accents are part of the trends to watch in the new year.
With fall color waning in most parts of the country—and many leaves already on the ground—it’s time to encourage clients to put their gardens to bed.
More than a third of survey respondents ranked these two colors as their least favorite.
Learn more about this feature that’s growing in popularity among your clients.
Many homeowners are still reluctant to work out in gyms as COVID-19 remains a threat. Here’s how they can outfit a space without spending a bundle.
Help homeowners weigh the options with these five considerations.
More plants are adorning rooftops, lobbies, and balconies as high-rise tenants show desire for tie-ins with nature.
Sunny rooms and quality views can bolster a person’s mental health, lower stress and anxiety, and even improve sleep.
Water can damage a foundation in countless ways, so homeowners should look to experts for the dos and don’ts.
Greens are emerging as the “it” color for the new year.
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