5 Spring Home Trends for 2021
Posted on: Mar 24, 2021
Spring has officially sprung, which means it's time to gear up for those home improvement projects. Home design and exterior trends seem to be top of mind for homeowners as we inch closer to warmer weather. With many people choosing to stay home and stay safe due to the COVID-19 pandemic, home improvement projects are reaching an all-time high.
Although spring has always been a good time to give your home a little freshening up, now adays there are tons of home trends to keep up with.
Here's our top 5 trends we think your home needs this spring:
1) Update your Space with Easy Facelifts
Home improvement projects are meant to be easy and budget friendly. Simple updates like covering your home's foundation with stone or wrapping your porch columns with our pillar or post stone are a quick and easy way to update your space.
2) Elevate your Outdoor Living Area
Outdoor living has been trending for many years, but the desire for a better exterior space is stronger due to the pandemic. Luckily, we know a few great brands that'll help bring your backyard up to speed in no time.
ZipUP UnderDeck turns your under deck patio into a dry space while covering up your deck joists to give your overhead are a polished look:
Natural Concrete Hardscapes offers unique patio paver kits, seat walls, fire pits and more:
And of course, you can't go wrong with an outdoor kitchen wrapped with ADORN Stone:
3) Multi-textured Facades
This trend continues to become more and more popular. Blending different cladding types helps make your home stand out in your neighborhood while adding warmth and curb appeal. This home features ADORN Colorado Gray mixed with a cobble stone look on top of stucco siding.
4) Unique Garage Doors
Who said garage doors have to be boring? Ditch the class white doors and embrace the trend of highlighting your garage doors as a design element
5) Bring on the Green
What's a spring project without adding some plants? We think the best way to finish off your space is by adding some fresh (or faux) greens. Interior or exterior, this trend never goes out of style.
What trends do you plan to follow this spring? We'd love to see your project pictures!