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The Top Kitchen and Bath Features that Buyers Crave

Filed in Design, Economics, Trends by on June 22, 2021 1 Comment
The Top Kitchen and Bath Features that Buyers Crave

NAHB’s recent study, What Home Buyers Really Want, 2021 Edition, reveals the key kitchen and bathroom amenities that home buyers cannot live without.

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IBS 2022 Show Home Displays Forward-Thinking Designs

IBS 2022 Show Home Displays Forward-Thinking Designs

The New American Home® 2022 is preparing to take center stage as a main attraction during the next NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS). Construction is well underway of the 2022 show home, which aims to raise the bar for high performance, modern amenities and contemporary flair.

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2021 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge Highlights Creative, High-Performance Building Solutions

Filed in Design, Sustainability and Green Building by on April 23, 2021 0 Comments
2021 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge Highlights Creative, High-Performance Building Solutions

The 2021 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge — a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) collegiate competition that tasks students with designing low-carbon, high-performance buildings powered by renewable energy — marked the competition’s 19th year, with the first ever Virtual Village on the National Mall featuring nine builds with 3D renderings, diagrams and videos for each university’s project.

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Are Your Kitchens Peppered with the Latest Trends?

Filed in Design, Education, IBS by on April 14, 2021 3 Comments
Are Your Kitchens Peppered with the Latest Trends?

Learn how to design show-stopper kitchens during the upcoming webinar, “The 2021 Kitchen: Floor Plans, Finishes & Design Details that Make a Kitchen Pop,” on Wednesday, April 21, from 2–3 p.m. ET.

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Top Remodelers Raise the Bar of Aging-in-Place and Universal Design

Filed in Awards, Design, Remodeling by on April 14, 2021 1 Comment
Top Remodelers Raise the Bar of Aging-in-Place and Universal Design

Aging-in-place and universal design projects continue to become more popular — and more impressive. To recognize exceptional remodeling projects that encompass these design techniques, NAHB Remodelers recently announced the winners of its annual Homes for Life awards.

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Buyers Split on Exterior Design Preferences

Filed in Design, Economics, Trends by on April 12, 2021 0 Comments
Buyers Split on Exterior Design Preferences

When presented with four choices for exterior design, respondents for NAHB’s latest What Home Buyers Really Want edition did not choose a clear winner.

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Learn About the Latest Industry Trends in Free Member Webinars this Month

Filed in Business Management, Design, Education by on April 7, 2021 0 Comments
Learn About the Latest Industry Trends in Free Member Webinars this Month

NAHB is hosting several webinars this month focused on the latest industry trends and best practices that are free for NAHB members.

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4 Ways to Create Communities That Work

Filed in Design, Education by on April 6, 2021 0 Comments
4 Ways to Create Communities That Work

Top design professionals have addressed growing home buyer trends in the wake of this past year as part of the ongoing Design Bites series. Use their tips to help create an eye-catching community that lives as well as it looks.

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6 Ways to Design a Better Home in 2021

Filed in Design, IBS by on March 18, 2021 0 Comments
6 Ways to Design a Better Home in 2021

The IBSx Education and Exhibitor Showcase offers great educational sessions to help prepare for shifts in home buyer preferences and other upcoming trends. Learn more about what to expect in home design for the year ahead with one of these exciting on-demand options.

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Top 9 Design Trends for 2021

Filed in Awards, Design by on March 2, 2021 8 Comments
Top 9 Design Trends for 2021

The 2020 Best in American Living Award winners showcase top design trends that home buyers can expect to see in homes and communities in coming years.

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