We’ve heard it time and time again: Bathrooms and kitchens sell houses. But the mark on what’s trending seems to be forever moving. Here are 10 bathroom trends we’ve seen pick up in popularity over this year that we’re loving. 1. Light, but not white It’s been a few years since the white-on-white kitchen and
It’s been a solid couple of years since the housing market and inventory threw us for a loop. But while building supply issues have leveled out and much of our world has returned to normal (or a new normal, at least), housing inventory remains a frequent topic in the media. So where does the housing
Living in the D.C. metro has plenty of perks, and having a variety of diverse neighborhoods and suburbs, beautiful amenities, and tons of options for entertainment and education are just the beginning. While there are undoubtedly plenty of beautiful homes in the District proper and surrounding counties, there are lots of reasons to build new.
It’s hard to believe we’re already in Q3 of 2023. The year has moved quickly—and, as tends to be the case in our neck of the woods, so has the DMV real estate market. When we last looked at what the market was telling us, we’d seen indicators that some pre-COVID trends might be
Life in the DMV—the metro area comprising D.C. and the surrounding Maryland and Virginia counties—is unique, unlike anywhere else in the country. Even if you’ve lived in other state capital cities, there are some things bound to surprise you. Here are four things that you might find interesting about your new potential home in the
The average cost to remodel a kitchen is $150 per square foot, and with the average kitchen in the United States measuring in at 250 square feet, that means it will cost around $37,500 to remodel—and that’s without enhanced finishes, upscale appliances, or the extra square footage from extended eat-in spaces that are found in
The new-home-build process is filled with choices, but aside from selecting your builder, perhaps no choice has a bigger impact on your final “product” than your floorplan selection. We all know things look different on paper than a real-life walkthrough, so if you have an opportunity to see a model, it’s a definite advantage. However,
Through the end of 2022 and into the beginning of 2023, we’ve seen numerous shifts in the new-home-building landscape. Some, like the return of a somewhat more stabilized market, were fairly predictable. Others, like continually climbing interest rates were less so. Add to it all a seemingly more stable supply chain and the inflation appearing
Every part of your new home is sure to be exciting, but few areas define your personal retreat more than your kitchen and bathrooms. The primary bath in particular sets a tone, serving as not just a place to get ready in the mornings but also to settle in and settle down for the night.
One of the many advantages to living in the D.C. metro area is the presence of four defined seasons, paired with a fairly moderate climate that allows us to enjoy the great outdoors most of—if not all of— the year. If you’re building a new home in the area, make sure your new build has