If you love Halloween, you’ll love NewHomeSource’s tips and tricks for using orange and black in your home decor year round!
Hanging art in your new home means created your own gallery of sorts. Don’t be afraid to go off the beaten path with what you consider art.
Newly built homes are changing from fashionable to functional. That includes homes with open floor plans, storage space like mudrooms and spacious living spaces that are ideal for entertaining.
NewHomeSource talks to designer Richard Frinier about the trends in designing luxurious outdoor spaces.
A little planning can help you design a yard and other outdoor spaces that you and your family will enjoy for years.
As you begin your search for your retirement home, you’ll have many questions. What are some things to keep in mind?
Explore the top residential real estate decor trends for 2018, and get ready to design a beautiful new home.
Designing your home is exciting! Here are thoughts everyone has when trying to pull their new home together.
Find out how you can incorporate Hollywood Regency style into your design choices, and feel a little bit more glamorous in your home.
Make a bold statement in your new home this fall by incorporating one of its hottest, and surprising, colors- blue!
Windowless walls provide an exciting canvas of color, texture and depth. Here’s how to transform any windowless wall in your home.
Want that luxe hotel feeling in your bedroom? Check out these tips to creating the posh sleep space of your dreams — without breaking the bank.
The courtyard home is of the oldest of architectural designs, but it works perfectly well in modern society, proving to be a timeless home design choice.
Our favorite way to completely transform an interior space is by changing how the walls or floors look. Check out our top picks for rustic wall and floor tiles full of Old World charm.
Design a disconnected garden in your new home, so you can decompress and unwind in a beautiful space.
Here are some elegant home design trends perfect for 55+ home shoppers looking to start planning their new retirement home.
2018 Dwell on Design conference unveils popular home design trends inspired by the hospitality industry.
Create serenity now in your new construction home. 55+ homebuyers can bring mindfulness into their house from the ground up.
If you love to entertain, designing your new construction home around hosting guests and entertaining, so you can maximize your lifestyle!
Stainless steel remains a popular material thanks to its functionality and beauty. Learn how you can use stainless steel in your new home to make a design statement.
Add luxury touches to any floorplan, and live in your customized dream home. NewHomeSource has 19 tips to add luxurious features to every room in your home.
Take a minimalist approach to designing and decorating your new home so you can keep it clean and organized as you enjoy your new life.
Learn about còsagach, the Scottish lifestyle trend that priorities cozy design and a comfortable lifestyle.
NewHomeSource has some tips for home shoppers that are about to visit their builder’s home design center.
Homeowners increasingly want fancy outdoor spaces for entertaining and relaxing. Explore the beautiful patios, fire pits, outdoor kitchens, water features, and more found in new homes.
Country homes are the classic American home design. Today’s modern take retains the most beloved features like a welcoming front porch, prominent windows, and cozy ambiance.
NewHomeSource offers petscaping tips for homeowners to create a safe, inviting backyard their canine best friends.
Purchased land and ready to start building your custom home? Before breaking ground, decide which direction your home will face to help you live your best life.
Designing your new home to meet your dog’s needs, without sacrificing aesthetics, can be challenging. Here are six simple ways to style your home to suit your furry best friend.
Use stone and tile in your outdoor entertainment areas to really make a statement! Durable, affordable, and trendy, stone and tile are showing up beyond the pool in outdoor kitchens, decks and patios, and even the yard.