1. Quartz Countertops
Although granite countertops have become the standard in many homes, buyers are showing a greater desire for quarts countertops.
2. More Windows
Many buyers want to blur the lines between indoors and outdoors, and they’re turning to extra windows to get that feel.
3. Wider Plank Flooring
Hardwood and tile floors are the most in demand, but buyers are opting for bigger plank widths and larger tiles.
4. Owner’s Entries
Model homes are also showing off “drop zones,” which serve as places for keys, electronics, and a central command post for automated systems.
Whether you’re thinking about putting your house on the market anytime soon or not, it’s always a good idea to do your homework before starting any home improvement projects. Obviously improving your home brings up the value but paying attention to current trends, if executed well, while highlighting the classic charm of your home, can be the key to setting yourself up to earn top-dollar if you do decide to sell… sooner or later.
Source: BUILDER “Top Showroom Trends” via California Association of Realtors