New Home Looks for a New Year

A wet bar in this new home by Beazer Homes includes a space to store wines, a wet bar, counter space and bar seating.

A new wet bar in this new home by Beazer Homes means you can easily entertain at home.

It’s not just homebuyers who are excited about the new year; homebuilders are happy to start the new year off right too.

We scoured Instagram to find our favorite new year looks from homebuilders. These looks are timeless, trendy and give a glimpse of what your new home can be: organized, relaxed, cozy, happy, beautiful, fun, a retreat, where your heart is. If your goals in 2018 include a new home, these looks are a great introduction to the beauty of new homes.

Never boring and always inspiring, these looks should take you one step closer on your new home journey. Print these out, put them in a binder and show these to your builder to help them on your way to your dream home!

This mudroom by M House Development includes navy blue cabinets, a clothes washer and dryer and a white countertop atop three small dog kennels

1) Getting Organized

“You can't help but fall in love with this #mudroom and these adorable #furbabies!!!” — M House Development

A spacious gathering room in a new home by Pulte Homes includes a wood-paneled accent wall, a wood TV stand with mirrored doors, a geometrical wood coffee table and plenty of seating for guests.

2) Ring In the New Year

“Ring in 2018 celebrating with family and friends. This spacious gathering room has a cozy spot for everyone to watch the ball drop!” — Pulte Homes

A clear-glass chandelier with faux glass candles hangs above a wood table that seats 8 with three small candles sitting amongst pebbles and a buffet table on the side makes this dining room by Mark D. Williams Custom Homes inviting.

3) To Celebrating Anew

“New Beginnings.” — Mark D. Williams Custom Homes
A wet bar in this new home by Beazer Homes includes a space to store wines, a wet bar, counter space and bar seating.

4) What’s a Party Without a Wet Bar?

“Your own wet bar would definitely make your house the #NewYearsEve party spot. You could have this option with our Beazer #ChoicePlans.” — Beazer Homes

Patterned wallpaper in a neutral shade and a white tufted headboard are two ways to keep a master bedroom relaxing.

5) Wake Up a New Person

“Go chic, without compromising comfort: This ultra-modern bed frame is extra #edgy in a traditional master bedroom.” — Shea Homes

A white sliding barn door with four frosted-glass panels opens to this new home’s master bathroom. By Richmond American Homes.

6) Make Things Simple In the Coming Year

“Form meets function.” — Richmond American Homes

A home study in this new home by Woodside Homes features built-in cabinets, a wood desk and artwork.

7) Get Those Goals

“Are your kids cramming for finals this week? Good thing you have a #BetterByDesign study!” — Woodside Homes

This new home from Toll Brothers has a grand entrance with double staircases in the foyer.

8) Learn How to Make an Entrance

“Give guests the royal treatment at your next dinner party!” — Toll Brothers

A diagonal white subway tile backsplash is the highlight of this kitchen in a new home by Brookfield Residential SoCal.

9) Get Cooking

“Kitchen goals.” — Brookfield Residential SoCal

A baby nursery in a new home by Highland Home decked out in blue and white has a calming effect for the new baby.

10) To New Additions

“Nothing is more calming than light blue walls with subtle white accents!” — Highland Homes
Patricia L. Garcia is an award-winning journalist and former content manager for NewHomeSource. You can find her on Google+.

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