indoor-outdoor connection

For its 2023 report, NKBA surveyed almost 600 industry members about what their client homeowners want.

Outside Seattle, Sunnyside Village plans to build 32 cottages with shared outdoor and indoor areas—including a common house that serves as a coworking space and a second living room.

At Utah’s Bear Lake, Conestoga Ranch offers a luxury camping experience and is now building 35 year-round, Alpine-style cabins.

Watch on-demand: Our panel of experts share the latest trends and innovations in exterior design, outdoor living, and indoor-outdoor connections in the single-family production homebuilding market.

From the urban migration to the return of Maximalism, the last two years have brought about noticeable shifts in what consumers want in new homes and remodeling projects.

The aesthetics and performance attributes of siding materials can often serve a purpose for inside the home.

Buyers in all markets are looking for the type of outdoor experiences at home that used to be reserved for warm-weather states only.

Builders and remodelers can elevate outdoor spaces in numerous ways, and they don’t have to break the bank.