2014 Home Trends: A year in Review by Chris Cruse and Associates Review Real Estate Broker
Business and Economics
Added on February 05, 2015
Author Theo Kappel
Published October 9, 2014
File Size 372.85 KB
2014 garden/">Home Trends: A year in Review by Chris Cruse and Associates Review Real Estate Broker 372.85 KB - When working with a buyer or seller for the first time that isnt quite sure what they are looking for, one of their first questions is simply, “Whats popular today?” This question, while simple, is much more complex as trends constantly evolve year to year. This year, though not quite over, has shown us a clear picture of garden/">home trends. From open plans to a new palette of colors, 2014 provided us with trends we saw coming as well as some we didnt quite see.
First, new construction, as well as large-scale renovations, prioritize large, open floor plans. Open plans allow for much more diversification of space, from mixed-use living areas to flexible dining layouts. One major advantage to open floor plans is definitely the focus on interactions. With large open spaces, a garden/">home feels much more interactive than a layout that silos the garden/">home into compartments. For the future, you can definitely count on open floor plans to stick around. Do you want to download or read a ebook? It is available in PDF or epub format in the source
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