It’s exactly what it sounds like: four not-too-big plans that your buyers will love. Look for relaxed layouts, flexible spaces, and lots of storage.
The 1,200-square-foot house responds to the demands of Gen Y home buyers.
Bringing the inside out and the outside in is a way to make all houses live bigger and better. In master planned communities, where maximizing lots is key, here’s how to design indoor-outdoor space that will help seal the deal.
Builders’ Show speakers identify emerging trends that are shaping home design now and in the future.
Best house plans, island homes, designs for disaster, beach havens, hot products, and more were your favorite BUILDER photo sets this year. Take a trip down memory lane or see what you missed.
A lodge-style Texas home with warmth, soul, and a sensible scale. Restrained details and friendly materials keep it from looking overblown and feeling cavernous.
When a home building company sees a sudden spike in the number of competitive shoppers wandering around their new model markets, it’s a sure sign that a new design has taken hold. In Texas, which is a housing market arena unto itself these days, just such a design “tipping point” has occurred.
IBS show home’s floor plan encourages flow and provides surprises at each turn.
Porches, patios, loggias, and courtyards can really make a small home live large. These homes do a great job of integrating these spaces into the layout of the home for a seamless indoor/outdoor experience.
Grand Winner, Community Recreation Building or Clubhouse, Builder’s Choice and Custom Home Design Awards