Inside and out, the trend is toward the simple and sleek look – very modern with classic touches and accents. The design of the new American Home is relevant to today’s living and how we will live in the future.
It may appear to be a “one-of-a-kind” creation, with its sleek and sophisticated architectural style. But the 2015 New American Home can be everyman’s home, with its open floor plan, courtyard, rooftop deck, and indoor-outdoor connection that can be replicated anywhere in the country.
Every year, the National Association of Home Builders creates a house to show off new trends. The 2016 New American Home doesn’t disappoint. With its open floor plan, outdoor living spaces, and integrated automation apps, the home can be adapted whole or piece-by-piece anywhere in the country or the world.
The International Builders Show can be a bit overwhelming, with hundreds of exhibitors, keynote speakers galore, and exciting demonstrations to choose from. But we have compiled a list of the top 10 must-see exhibitors to make it easier for you do-it-yourselfers out there to find what you’re looking for.
The one-of-a-kind centerpiece of the International Builders Show - The New American Home 2017 – features net-zero energy design, accessibility, an open floor plan, a see-through fireplace, indoor-outdoor living spaces that highlight the lake, and more. Best of all, the home can be replicated anywhere – piece-by-piece or as a whole.
The main attraction of the International Builders’ Show, The New American Home 2018 is a stunning contemporary Tuscan home built on a 65,000-square-foot property just outside Orlando. The home showcases state-of-the-art building technologies, open spaces that highlight outdoor living, and spectacular views of Lake Apopka.
From home automation technology, energy-efficient innovations, multi-generational design concepts, and lighting styles to trends in cultured-stone and wood decor, mix-and-match doors, kitchen appliances, door locks, and tiles, the 2018 International Builders’ Show showcased amazing and exciting ideas that may shape the future of the building industry.