The perfect home is impossible to find. None of the homes available contains the exact specifications. Nevertheless, too much dependence on wish lists forces buyers to decline diamond-in-the-rough homes.
White-on-white kitchens and shiplap were two of the dominant trends in the home design scene in recent years, but experts say they’ll be going out the window in 2017.
Velvet, jewel tones, white marble and built-in bars are all forecast to be the biggest home design trends for 2017,
A timely article from realtor.com has taken a close look at the kind of features we require in our kitchens today and how these affect the desirability of a property.
Family members tend to congregate in the heart of the home for more than just eating, so our kitchens should be both comfortable and beautiful to make our time spent here more enjoyable.
Tuxedo or two-toned painted cabinets, hidden appliances and wood paneling, like shiplap, are the biggest kitchen trends for 2016, according to the latest Zillow Digs Home Trend Forecast
Concrete slabs are rectangular slabs made out of concretes, the length and breadth of which can be adjusted as per choice or specification but the depth is less. These slabs are widely used for constructing roofs and floors, and provide a great flooring solution.
Most of us usually have to face the same problem – how to create more space in our home.
Sellers understand what’s needed in order to turn their home into a move-in ready investment for buyers. Curb appeal and a little bit of basic cleaning and sprucing up can help.
Single story homes are more popular than two-story properties, according to a new analysis of Census Bureau data by the National Association of Home Builders.