Expectations For New Home Construction in 2015

Each year the residential building industry takes a look at new home construction to gauge homeowner priorities and current trends. 2015 promises to be a great year for the home construction industry and understanding these trends is important for staying up-to-date with what homeowners are hoping for in a new home.

      • Multi-use spaces The living room may be a thing of the past in 2015 while a large, multi-use space gains popularity. Homeowners are seeking flexible spaces that can be modified based on their family's needs.

Traditional Living Room by Wayzata Architects & Building Designers Eskuche Design

      • Green building methods New homes in 2015 are likely to have more green building features such as engineered wood products and low-e windows. Houses will also be smaller in size and require less energy to heat and cool.

Traditional Bathroom by West Chester Kitchen & Bath Designers Pine Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio

  • Upgraded kitchens The hottest kitchen upgrades in 2015 will include recessed lighting, a double sink, and plenty of eating space. Homeowners realize they spend a lot of time in the kitchen and want their spaces to work for them.

Traditional Kitchen via Houzz
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