|Boats in the front yard are so 2014.
I saw the following post on the RealtorMag website. Some of these I am not personally into. Most, however, I have definitely noticed becoming more prevalent in the properties I have previewed, shown, and listed. And some I really like! For example, I’m super into outdoor living, salon-style walls, and water conservation. Don’t just listen to me; read the following post by Barbara Ballinger!
21 Hot Housing Trends for 2015
Everyone wants to be hip, and the latest trends in design can help distinguish one home from another. And it’s not all flash; many new home fads are geared to pare maintenance and energy use and deliver information faster. Here’s a look at what’s coming.
DECEMBER 2014 | BY BARBARA BALLINGER
This time of the year, we hear from just about every sector of the economy what’s expected to be popular in the coming year. Foodies with their fingers on the pulse of the restaurant industry and hot TV chefs will tell us to say goodbye to beet-and-goat cheese salad and hello roasted cauliflower, and there’s no end to the gadgets touted as the next big thing.
In real estate, however, trends typically come slowly, often well after they appear in commercial spaces and fashion. And though they may entice buyers and sellers, remind them that trends are just that—a change in direction that may captivate, go mainstream, then disappear (though some will gain momentum and remain as classics). Which way they’ll go is hard to predict, but here are 21 trends that experts expect to draw great appeal this year:
Check out the full list HERE!