If you couldn’t join us in Las Vegas for the 2023 International Builders’ Show earlier this month, don’t fret! We’ve compiled a list of all the trends you’ll want to save your homebuyers significant time and money by incorporating these trends into your homes.
Color is making a comeback!
While we don’t see earth tones and neutrals going away soon, they’ll need to share the spotlight with pops of color. Still living post-pandemic, homes remain where people spend most of their time. This has resulted in a massive shift in how colors are incorporated into homes. People want color, vibrancy, and personality.
Check out the 2023 Colors of the Year here!
Textured wallpaper, tiles, and hardware, oh my!
Texture is here to stay! Whether you’re considering adding texture through tiles, wallpaper, hardware, bedding, or décor, the options are endless. Textured tiles and wallpaper were the two leading ways companies incorporated texture. Incorporating texture adds a tasteful twist to the ordinary and could be just the thing that’s missing. If adding texture is new territory, consider starting with décor and bedding for an easy future swap out.
The effect of lighting.
Light has a more significant effect on us than we may think. Incorporating light into spaces that lack natural light can make a huge difference in day-to-day living. According to the NAHB, "4 out of 10 people in the U.S. have a vitamin D deficiency due to lack of sun exposure." If natural light isn’t an option, consider adding a window to the space or warmer-toned lighting to create a similar effect.
Work(out) from home!
Home gyms haven’t gone away, and it doesn’t look like they will. Who doesn’t want to save money on a gym membership and not have to wait in line for equipment? Dedicating a space for a gym has become a new standard for homes. Whether in a spare bedroom, basement, or garage, repurposing an area that may not get used is a great way to add a home gym.
Home offices are taking over!
Working from home continues! The NAHB shared that 70% of employed people work remotely at least once a week post-COVID. This has shifted homeowners’ priorities to sacrificing space to fit an office or, better yet, a flex space. If adding an office isn’t an option, consider repurposing an unused closet or corner.
Companies shared their sustainability mission and efforts. This has been gaining momentum in recent years as consumers’ priorities shift from brand loyal to brand conscious. Organized Living has provided high-quality home products for more than 100 years. To expand on our legacy, sustainability is at the forefront of everything we do. Through leveraging technology and innovation, we help improve climate protection in the building industry.
To learn more about Organized Living’s sustainability efforts, click here.
Homebuyers are happy when they have someplace to put their stuff. By incorporating these trends into the homes you build, you are guaranteed to have happy homebuyers! To learn more about the products and programs Organized Living has in place to make storage and organization easy for Builders, visit organizedliving.com/builders.