Having worked with Lita Dirks & Co. (LD & Co.) in the past, a Regal Homes’ Principal Owner, Rick Lloyd knew that if they needed to create a quality product that would evoke the emotions and actions of potential buyers, they needed a quality interior design/merchandising firm. A firm that would provide beautiful designs developed specifically for their unique prospective buyers. A reliable, creative, innovative firm; one that would not only be professional and dependable, but also easy to work with. He knew he needed LD & Co.
Often the smallest room in a model home, the powder room, also tends to be the most overlooked design opportunity. If you consider that the powder room tends to be the bathroom that potential buyers will eventually use quite often, and is among the first impression of a home, it is important to make this small space shine.
Color is a fun and powerful way to lift moods and produce a little life in a home’s interior. Best of all, it allows a homeowner’s to express their personality and preference while setting the desired “tone” of a home. We’ve developed three dazzling design solutions that use color to enhance home sales.
As a home builder you know that a well-thought out floor plan can make all the difference in the ability to sell your homes. However, knowing does not always guarantee doing. Your interior merchandiser can help, but only so much. It is better to avoid these common floor plan mistakes from the get-go.
While it’s difficult to predict the movie that is going to be the blockbuster of the year, or whether we will have another “storm of the century,” predicting the design trends for 2019 is a little easier. With our hand on the pulse and our designers in the trenches, we can see what direction the industry is leaning and what’s going to be hot in 2019.
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!
Embrace the back-to-nature design trend by incorporating earth elements in your creations and let the outdoors shine in your interior designs.
Whether it be nature-inspired accessories or extra-large windows, today’s home buyers desire a strong relationship between indoor and outdoor spaces and houseplants can help create that seamless flow from indoors and out.
Exceeding expectations is the focus of this final installment in our blog series, the Four E’s: Design that Attracts the 55+ Buyer. In this blog we’ll talk about the kinds of things builders can do to attract the new Boomer buyer and exceed their expectations.
Believe it or not, some of the world’s most enduring supermodels have a few things in common with successful model homes. Consider these “shared” attributes when planning your next model home and you too will create super models.