The housing market is constantly changing. What is popular constantly changes and shifts based on trends, market availability, and a host of other factors that can be difficult to assess. We’ve compiled some of the trends we expect to see in 2020 and beyond based on market research and survey data.

Larger Homes Attract Younger Buyers

One of the most notable factors that comes through in these surveys is the affinity that age 35-54 buyers have for larger, high-quality homes. This is good news for builders and new home-owner hopefuls, as it signifies a likely expansion in the market for house additions and new large home projects.

Sustainability Matters to New Buyers

It isn’t just a moral issue: more and more homeowners are realising the potential benefits and savings of more eco-friendly, sustainable houses. Solar panels, compost systems, and more efficient lighting are all strong incentives for buyers to consider a home, or to consider adding new elements to their current home. That’s why Flansburg Construction is excited that our customers contact us to improve the efficiency and savings of their homes. We love providing great value and new technologies for our customers.

Competitive Prices Are Always Important

The market for homes is more competitive than ever, and buyers are coming into a challenging market. The rates of cohabitation and shared space living are continuing to climb, leading to a growth in the amount of new construction, additions, and updates being made to houses for sale and simply to increase value. At Flansburg Construction, we believe that competitive pricing is the core of great business, so we are excited to meet the new demand for smart additions amongst homeowners in 2020.

Nature-Inspired Surfaces and Objects

With more time spent indoors than ever before, we’re all seeking to strengthen our connection with nature. This has simultaneously inspired a resurgence in natural surfaces—think stoneware, terracotta, marble, and travertine being used across the board from backsplashes to bathtubs, furniture, and decorative objects. The raw, porous, imperfect nature of these organic materials adds depth, soul, and visual intrigue while also mimicking the calming, restorative ambiance of the outdoors. This lure back to nature has also sparked an interest in large trees at home, from the elegant black olive to Southern magnolias.

Sculptural and Curved Furniture

A curved form is subconsciously read as safe, friendly and welcoming. With everyone feeling a bit precious I think those softer shapes and angles will still be a big trend in 2022 in furniture as well as architecture.

Tactile Textiles and Textures

We have been playing around with patterned jute to add more texture and depth to spaces we created. We see a lot of people exploring different types of patterned jute, rush and abaca in 2022 as a way to expand that neutral foundation a rug provides and have some fun with pattern play.

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