Some home styles are often associated with a region.
As the real estate market continues to recover from the housing bust of the mid-2000s, more homeowners than ever are turning toward smaller properties that feature high-quality materials and features.
Homeowners renovating their bathroom often consider the pros and cons of selecting one material for the flooring over another.
The Orizon condominium complex at 21 Lonsdale Avenue in North Vancouver is attracting many potential buyers.
The recent renovation of a 1927 apartment building in the Upper East Side of New York City has gained significant attention.
Warmboard, Inc has teamed up with Blu Homes to construct a one-of-a-kind house for Sunset Magazine's 2012 Idea House. Blu Homes has constructed its latest and largest design - a two-story prefab structure with the latest in energy efficient designs.
Gleaming hardwood floors often entice Americans to purchase a home or rent an apartment.
Americans are increasingly turning their focus toward investing in green technology.
An increased attendance at this year's National Wood Flooring Association Convention highlights the growing use of the floor covering in homes across the U.S., and the potential for people who are investing in the material for their residence.
There are a number of different housing styles in the U.S., and some of the trends that emerge in the interior design industry are linked to the locale and can be classified as regional practices among homeowners.