Unexpected new home floor plan trends
Are homes getting smaller?
New home floor plans are trending down in size, with more than one-third of homeowners reporting a preference for homes under 2,000 sq ft.
Why are we seeing a decline in home size, after a 40% growth trend over the past few decades?
A few reasons include:
- A changing economic climate
- A growing concern for increased sustainability and reduced energy costs
- An evolving preference for single person households
- An increasing demand for aging in place homes
Predicted new home trends include:
In addition to the downward trend in floor plan size, predicted new home trends include:
- Larger family rooms, in comparison to the overall home size
- More attention to green features
- Additional technological features
- Increased focus on universal access features
- Inclusion of outdoor living space, with blended indoor/outdoor areas
New home trend data is courtesy of Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc. In the infographic below, Alan Mascord predicts US homes will look like in 2015.
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