Since the launch of Professional Builder’s Daily Feed newsletter on June 4, 2014, I have scanned thousands upon thousands of news stories about or related to home building in some way.
By stirring the senses of your homebuyers, you’ll leave them with a powerful memory. Here are some unforgettable elevations, rooms, and details.
When the design combines an efficient use of space with attention to detail, finish, and quality, a home of 2,000 square feet or less doesn’t feel small at all.
Oakhurst 432 is a five-story condominium building with a warm, contemporary design that combines vertical setbacks and horizontal, linear elements. Photos: Etco Homes
Oakhurst 432 is filling a void in Beverly Hills, Calif., with new for-sale condominiums for the top of the luxury market.
The Chateau Qu’Appelle by True North Log Homes packs high-tech environmental features and rich detailing into an efficient, 1,735-square-foot plan.
Expanding this bath just enough for an upscale shower, deep tub, more storage, and separate his-and-hers vanities provides the spa-like atmosphere homebuyers want.
What is cheap chic? It’s something both you and your buyers will appreciate: homes with an upmarket look achieved on a tight budget.
Homebuyers not only value outdoor living space, they have come to expect it. These outdoor environments run the gamut from modest to lavish.
Photo: DaVinci Roofscapes
National color expert Kate Smith, president of Sensational Color, predicts that 2014 will be the year of “quiet elegance” for roofing colors across America.
Patric Horn and Leslie Horn, brother and sister, and founders of Three Squared Inc. Photo: Three Squared
With help from Frank Lloyd Wright’s grandson, Eric Lloyd Wright, Three Squared hopes to show the world that shipping-container houses can be both practical and beautiful.
Smaller-scale infill designs are not just for well-established urban areas anymore.