The Twin Cities Host Multiple Annual Home Remodeling Expos that Showcase Home Design Trends
October 20, 2014
Trying to buy a Minneapolis property or an Eden Prairie MN hom for sale that precisely meets your family's needs for the coming years may prove challenging. However, by remodeling, removing walls, or renovating your home it can become the home that fits your dreams and lifestyle.
Twin Cities home remodeling experts showcased everything trending for home remodeling projects including, but not limited to the latest in kitchen counter top choices, flooring, three-season sunrooms and bathroom updates, digital home products, daylight-filled homes with new energy efficient windows and more. A home remodeling project is a major investment; various home decor updates may sell a home faster. When looking to embark on a home remodeling project with high re-sale value, prospective Minneapolis home sellers are carefully considering their chances of recuperation of the investment.
If a Twin Cities home buyer doesn't find a real estate listing that suits them, buyers open themselves up to more affordable options if they consider remodeling an existing homes to fit their specific needs and wants. Whether or not the remodel is top on the cost vs value list, it may give the buyer the impression of a home that is well maintained.
TOP TRENDS IN HOME DESIGN
Ideas for transforming a home into trendy yet practical living spaces that are perfect for ease of living and meet potential home buyer demand:
1. Lighting Trends in Home Design
Bright and vibrant home with daylight-filled rooms or soft and soothing evening lighting created the mood and style that best fits each room. From American-made lighting handcrafted by local Twin Cities artisans in the Twin Cities, to European style lighting that is both functional and stunning for homes of all decors. Crane floor lamps and bling are some of the latest trends that blend readily into any modern home.
Bergeron Homes says that homeowners are focusing first on the impact of lighting in the frontentry way, the kitchen, and living room spaces.
2. Open Kitchen Floor Plans in Twin Cities Remodeling Trends
Sass Construction recently completed a major home renovation that opened up the kitchen floor plan for a light and spacious feel. The upper level home addition expands the homes living space while increasing its market value. Open floor space in gourmet kitchens with custom designed butlers area, walk-in pantry, and full bar with new kitchen counter tops are in high demand in upper priced homes. Trendy Twin Cities kitchen remodeling projects can flex across many budgets.
3. User Friendly Living Rooms with Architectural Interest
Artful Living Magazine's Autumn 2014 issue showcases Studio M Interiors with inviting and yet elegant living rooms designed in layers of cream on white. Living rooms with architectural interest that are open to surrounding interior living spaces are trending across many home remodeling projects in the Twin Cities. Whether a conversation spot for family get-togethers or a quiet room for reading, home remodels can update living rooms to fit everyday lifestyles and personal decor.
Detailed ceilings give a sense of heighth and space the pull guests gaze upward and out to enjoy the thoughtful craft of local home builders. Fireplaces are ever popular in Minneapolis homes for winter warmth; contemporary fireplaces are trendy with more compact and sleek units offering a modern look for Millennial home buyer tastes.
4. Interior and Exterior Home Remodeling & Use of Natural Stone
Use of natural stone both inside and out is popular in recent home remodels. An elaborate porte cochere can be an architectural feature used to separate the front and back home. It doubles for adding value to a home's curb appeal while creating more private living spaces in a home's back yard.
Continuing as a top trend, kitchens and bathrooms are top home remodeling projects for cost vs value. Some home builders are using Ceasarstone countertops in bathroom renovations. Increasingly trendy bathroom remodels feature the curb-less shower, according to McDonald Remodeling. Some are designed with natural stone modulare mosaics and others prefer the look of roman travertine.
5. Trendy Home Remodels Include Digital Updates
New digital devices are commonly installed in updated homes; the new U-Socket wall plug has two built-in USB ports to power devices like ipads, iPhones, gaming devices, digital cameras. The U-Socket also has a smart sensor that allows it to shut off when the device is fully charged — an ideal feature for homeowners seeking energy efficiency. “As the technology industry grows and aging baby boomers decide to make housing moves to support their retirement, we’ll continue to see strong housing demand associated with these factors," says said Jonathan Smoke, chief economist for realtor.com®.
6. Remodeling with Energy Efficient Windows
Homeowners are prioritizing tripple-paned glass or even better insulation against bitter winter winds. "A double-paned window with Low-E glass, with a vacuum-sealed argon fill — that's what people ask for. It's an extra $40 or so per window for me to add these features, and they really do make a difference in a home's utility bills." John Lala, president of Rycorp Construction. The right window may be more expensive, however they do more than just add cost; over time, homeowners see diminishing utility bills.
"2014 brings new trends in all industries and home improvement is no exception. Everyone is looking for that new perspective or cutting edge idea to incorporate into their lives. Home remodeling design trends are followed by people looking to purchase new homes as well as those looking to stay put and give their home a facelift." ~ Lindus Construction
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