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Top Design Trends Offer Inspiration

Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your next renovation or you’re ready to start browsing for a new home, here are a few of the top design trends we’ve been seeing this year.

By John Gunkelman.
Gunkelman is current Home Builders Association of F-M president. He owns Dakota Construction of Fargo, Inc., specializing in custom homes, commercial remodeling and residential remodeling.

Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your next renovation or you’re ready to start browsing for a new home, here are a few of the top design trends we’ve been seeing this year:

Black window frames and use of mixed materials like metal and stone, built by Fiske Construction, LLP.

1.Black window frames. Do you prefer a sleek and distinctive look for your home? Black window frames are the answer. The bold color choice has a modern appeal and frames are available in every price point.

2. Delineation of spaces through mixed materials. Designers are shaking things up in 2019 with a variety of textured elements to elevate the style of a home. Homes will have better-defined spaces, both outdoor and in, with mixed materials like stone or brick.

3. Stairs as a focal piece. Known more for utility in a home rather than design, stairs are now taking a life of their own. Homes this year will have stairs with fine detailing, unique materials and one-of-a-kind designs. Stairs and rails are available in an array of styles and are suitable for any budget.
Do you like to be on top of the trends and on the cutting edge with design in your home? Have you recently remodeled and want to share that inspiration with others?

Stairs used as a focal piece in a local home built by Fiske Construction, LLP.

The Home Builders Association of F-M Remodeled Home Tour is for you! Paired with the Fall Parade of Homes, this year’s dates are Oct. 5-6. It features renovations and offers a way for remodelers to showcase their work. It gives other homeowners a unique way to gather ideas for updating kitchens, bathrooms, basements and more.

If you have recently remodeled and are interested in showing off your project, talk to your remodeler, or contact the HBA at (701) 232-5846

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