How to Get Quick, Simple Design Tips Each Month

Filed in Design, Education by on January 13, 2021 1 Comment

This post has been updated.

Design Bites are new monthly, bite-sized presentations that pack a punch in content, without bogging down your calendar. In 15 minutes — the time it takes to enjoy your morning coffee — speakers share design ideas, how-tos, trends and more.

On the third Thursday of each month at 2 p.m. ET, Design Bites will cover the hottest topics — including kitchens, small spaces and storage solutions, curb appeal, floor plans and more.

The next webinar will focus on how to make a positive impression on prospective buyers:

First Impressions Sell: Floor Plans, Elevations and Memory Points
Thursday, Jan. 21, at 2 p.m. ET

It can take 10 years to design and build a home, but only 10 seconds to make a positive (or negative) impression on a buyer. This Design Bite covers the most important details in triggering a positive buyer response. Learn how design details can be your differential in making the sale and how different approaches to the design/build/sale process can cater to different buyer needs. You’ll also learn about the key areas of focus in a plan and elevation for a potential buyer, positioning your homes to feel great on a walkthrough, and live even better.

Speakers:

  • Alaina Money-Garman — Garman Homes & Fresh Paint by Garman Homes in Cary, N.C.
  • Don Ruthroff, AIA — DAHLIN Group Architecture | Planning in Pleasanton, Calif.

Register today to gain access to not only this webinar, but all 12 Design Bites offered in 2021. Login information and a calendar invitation will be provided with confirmation.

Design Bites are free to NAHB members and $49 for the 2021 series for non-members. Check out last month’s Design Bites to get a taste of what the series entails.

Can’t attend but don’t want to miss out? Replays will be available to all registrants throughout 2021.

The Design Bite series is sponsored by Monogram Luxury Appliances.

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  1. Sounds great. Looking forward to hearing these.

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