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Cindy Kosloski, Home Builders Association of Greater Lansing
Published 3:10 p.m. ET July 16, 2020


Homeowners have transformed their living spaces into classrooms, home offices and gyms this year. With people spending more time at home, the future of home design is being reimagined. As homeowners seek out ways to maximize the functionality their living spaces, here are some of the budding trends in home design and renovation.

Modifying Mudrooms and Entryways

A simple area to take off jackets or rainboots when entering your home is no longer an afterthought. Now a focal point, home entryways and mudrooms are a space where mail is dropped off, groceries/delivery boxes are collected, face coverings are removed, or hands are sanitized. Future home design will take these activities in consideration when creating a functional, cohesive and

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Blue Heron Brings Visionary Home Design to California; Unveils Stunning $22M Cliffside Residence in La Jolla

New Vision Home Located In La Jolla’s Oceanfront Bird Rock Enclave Hits Active Southern California Luxury Market

SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) July 23, 2020

Blue Heron, the acclaimed Las Vegas-based design-led development firm specializing in aspirational living through personalized home experiences, has completed construction and listed its first-ever custom home in California – 3eleven Sea Ridge – in the exclusive coastal enclave of La Jolla. Situated on the Cabrillo Foundation, the most enduring and striking coastal rock formation in San Diego County, the landmark home is located in La Jolla’s exclusive Bird Rock waterfront community in one of only four lots with a southern view of Crystal Pier, Point Loma and the Coronado Islands. The 6,800-square-foot property marks Blue Heron’s entrée into the Southern California market. 3eleven Sea Ridge is listed with Brett Dickinson’s team at Pacific Sotheby’s for $22 million.

“We’re thrilled to bring our award-winning BH Vision™ to

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Solar Installation Services for Commercial Systems in New Orleans

Solar Installation Services for Commercial Systems in New Orleans

Technology has continued to grow over the years. Electricity has helped big time in making people’s life easier. It is used to brighten our houses by lights and giving heat to keep everyone warm. But it also costs a lot especially if not used minimally. However, it’s good to know that technology keeps on advancing, and because of this solar energy was discovered.

Solar energy has been introduced to people who want to save money when it comes to consuming energy through the use of electricity. Well, good news , solar installation services for commercial systems in New Orleans are now open for everyone who wants to improve their homes. 

Having a home requires maintenance to preserve its beauty as well as its durability. Solar company services in New Orleans are offering a variety of services that can transform your homes to a solar powered home. 

Solar Installation Services for

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Pandemic leads to uptick in home improvement projects | Local News

Painting cabinets, updating window trims or maybe new flooring? The COVID-19-induced shelter-at-home orders and the continuing social distancing has fueled the need for home improvements.

According to a recent poll conducted by Bank of America, people are investing time, money and effort in improving their homes.

The bank asked 1,054 Americans about their attitudes and shopping habits during the pandemic. The results showed that more than 70% decided to tackle home improvement projects, with more planned for 2021.

The trend to do-it-yourself projects resulted in rising stocks of home improvement stores such as Lowe’s, Home Depot Inc. and Tractor Supply.

According to statistics from the Bank of America, between 75% to 80% of Lowe’s customer base are do-it-yourself shoppers. As a result, the brand’s shares skyrocketing 56%.

About 55% of Home Depot’s customer base is with the DIY community, which helped increase shares 34% over the past three months.

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