By incorporating design features that are sensible, along with wow-factor solutions that pack a punch, you can successfully appeal to both markets, giving them exactly what they want based on their similarities and the lifestyle they are striving to achieve.
By focusing on updated floor plans and finishes and thoughtful merchandising approaches, we're touching on how to attract the evolving and extremely profitable 55+ buyer market.
Pronounced "hoo-ga", Hygge is a Danish lifestyle trend that encompasses a feeling of comfortable contentment and finding well-being through the charm of simplicity. So how can this feel-good concept translate into interior design? We've developed a few tips to help your interiors embrace the hot trend of Hygge.
More than ever, builders need to be more style savvy than their potential buyers and truly showcase this understanding in their design centers. Here are some simple solutions to create a design center that’s both stunning and smart.
Recently, our newest designer, Kenna Lammer, received the 2017 Rising Star Award from the ASID Colorado Chapter. We were so intrigued, we asked her to share with us.
Allison is no stranger to purchasing. In fact, she’s a pro! She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the company’s project purchasing, coordination and management.
From patterns to pops of colors, we bring you the fabrics our Lita Dirks & Co. designers are FALLing in love with these days.
Smaller spaces can be tricky to tackle, but they don’t need to feel cramped, claustrophobic and uncomfortable. There are certain tips and tricks that can make that tighter room feel open and airy without having to sacrifice a sense of style. Take a gander!
Typically, a powder room is the smallest space in the house, but tends to be the most overlooked design opportunity. We’ve developed five design tips to bring out the POW in powder room.
With the rise of social media marketing, hashtags have become increasingly popular over the last few years. So, how can hashtags help your business? We’ve developed a “Hashtag 101” to help home builders tackle this trend.