Before the decorating, before the painting or the wallpapering, homeowners must make important decisions about the type(s) of wood they will integrate into their new home. After all, the wood you select for flooring, cabinets, and trim is a terrific way to enhance the appeal of a particular room, while adding long-lasting value to your home.
Let’s take a look at some of the more popular wood choices available to homeowners today:
AIA Convention 2015 is one of the largest and most exciting annual gatherings of architects and design professionals in the U.S. with nearly 800 companies exhibiting energy efficiency, building systems, finishes, lighting, stone and tile, restoration and more.
Homeowners invest a lot of time and money into decorating the interior of their home. Not only does it add value, but it also serves as a reflection of personal style and tastes. Just as important as the interior, however, is the exterior of one’s home. Curb appeal is not to be underestimated—in terms of functionality, resale value, and aesthetic appeal. The following building materials are options you should consider when building your dream home.
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