Vintage style is back and as charming as ever! Here are our tips for bringing retro flair into your bedroom.
Learn about the contemporary design style, and discover how you can decorate your new home in this comfortable and timeless style.
Learn about the transitional home style, and how you can effortlessly blend contemporary themes with classic touches in your new home.
If you love the retro, and incredibly popular, mid-century modern style, NewHomeSource has a great guide to recreating the mid century look in your new home.
Dutch Colonial Revival homes have long enchanted Americans with their quaint and cozy appearances. What is it that makes these homes so captivating?
Need a home office? A flex room offers homeowners a chance to personalize their home to fit their needs.
Learn about Barndominiums, a hot option for home shoppers looking into the condo or townhome lifestyle.
NewHomeSource explores transitional architecture, a movement to blending a range of designs into a cohesive whole.
The increase in popularity of open floor plans reflect the way modern home shoppers want to live. NewHomeSource explores the open layout, and how you can live large in one.
Traditional style is timeless and open to a bit of interpretation, with many ways to keep it feeling fresh. Here’s how to decorate in a traditional design style.
Whether you design a minimalist kitchen from the start or incorporate these ideas later, here’s how to go full “Marie Kondo” in the kitchen.
The floor plans of new construction homes are changing in response to how people want to live. NewHomeSource explores these changes.
Victorian homes with their ornate detailing and bright colors remain a popular architectural style. NewHomeSource explores the design elements that have helped the Victorian style endure.
The modern home style is not of the present time, but dates back to the early to mid-1900’s. It’s a bold and dramatic no-frills home style that relies on angles, lines, and windows to wow.
We may have fewer family farms and smaller lots these days, but Americans still love the farmhouse look. Builders and architects are taking note of this interest and responding by offering modern farmhouse designs that evoke the look and feel of a classic farmhouse while fitting in on a suburban lot.