I’m a big fan of design-to-order, which allows people to customize their homes at the whim of their builders.
So I’m excited to see how people’s designs will change once they’re in their homes.
But before we get too far ahead of ourselves, here are my top picks for the most fun and eye-catching new designs to be hitting the market this year.1.
The Moover House, a 3-bedroom, 2.5 bath home in New York CityThe Moovers have an eye-popping, 3-story structure that can be retrofitted to suit any budget.
But don’t let the grandeur fool you.
This house isn’t just for the rich; it’s for anyone who’s looking for a fun, family-friendly house that will be a great place to relax and spend quality time together.
This is a home that you’ll love.
The design is simple and timeless; there’s not a lot of ornamentation or details that would take away from the space, nor does it have any of the house’s more ostentatious elements, such as a pool.
But the house is still a home and it should be a home you’re proud to live in.2.
The Cesar House, which opens this week in New Orleans, is designed to celebrate the city’s African-American community and features an outdoor garden, outdoor dining, a rooftop terrace and a rooftop deck.
The architect, William J. McQueary, also designed the Mooves’ home in the 1980s, which inspired the building’s retro-inspired architecture.3.
The Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art, in New Jersey, is known for its unique exhibitions, and this year it’ll showcase the work of renowned architects like Jules Verne, Robert Rauschenberg and Philip Johnson.
But this new building, the first of its kind in the U.S. since the opening of the museum in 1939, isn’t for the faint of heart.
This gorgeous home is located in an urban park, and it features an expansive rooftop garden, large open living and dining rooms, a terrace with a hammock in the corner, and a large open kitchen with a fire pit.4.
A 3-Bedroom, 2-bath home in St. Louis, Missouri, will be featured at the Contemporary Art Museum of America (CAMMA) in April.
The property has a beautiful view of the river, which flows through the house, and the interior is designed with a natural light, creating an open living space and an inviting open plan kitchen.5.
The House of David is a five-bedroom home in Florida that is designed by architects Michael D. Kallinen and Michael L. Williams.
The house is a contemporary blend of architecture and modern design, featuring two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open-plan living and living room with a view.
The master suite is designed as a one-bedroom residence, and there is a full kitchen.
The home’s two bathrooms are connected by a master bathtub, which provides a convenient access to the swimming pool.6.
The Mariposa, a 5-bedroom house in California, was designed by architect John L. Wiesenthal and is built on the grounds of the Mariposas Country Club.
The three bedrooms are built into a large pool, with a fireplace, a patio, a private patio, and an outdoor deck with a large patio.7.
The New York Red Bulls will be taking over the iconic Empire State Building, which is currently undergoing renovations.
The team has been designing a 5,000-square-foot space with a master suite and a 2,000 square-foot living and eating area.
It’s a great addition to any home and will be great for those who want to be outside but can’t live in a building that’s too small.8.
The E.J. Cukierman House in Brooklyn, New York, was recently featured on Real Housewives of New York.
The 4,200-square foot home has a great-looking roof terrace, open kitchen, and expansive living and playing areas.9.
The Art Institute of Chicago has been remodeling its Art Museum space since 2013.
The building, which has been home to a variety of exhibitions and programs, is currently in the midst of a massive renovation that includes a massive open-air gallery and large open dining and living rooms.
The exterior of the building features a large wall of trees and a unique stained glass roof.10.
The St. John House in Boston is one of the citys most famous residences, and for good reason.
Built in 1929, the property is located near Boston’s historic South End neighborhood and features a private deck, a large backyard and an enclosed pool.
The main living area is surrounded by a large, open terrace that allows for expansive outdoor seating, as