With every new year comes the desire for change and improvement. While most new year’s resolutions tend towards personal goals or physical improvements, interior design resolutions are often made as the new year arrives. Interior design and home renovation is an ever evolving culture of combining function with aesthetics requiring one to keep up with latest trends in home improvements.
One of the things that makes being in tune with the latest home design trends difficult is the plethora of views out there that rarely diverge into a true consensus. With that in mind, those of us at Ferris Home Improvements will present you with a variety of expected trends for 2019 in Roofing, Kitchen, Baths and one surprising trend that we are posting throughout this month.
Ferris Home Improvements January Blog Schedule:
Week 1: Residential Roofing Trends for 2019
Week 2: Kitchen Design Trends for 2019
Week 3: Bathroom Design Trends for 2019
Week 4: Surprising Trend for 2019
Since we are widely known in Delaware for our Roofing Installations, our first article will focus on what’s trending in 2019 for the residential roofing industry.
As a Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractor, we would be remiss if we failed to share the 2019 Shingle Color of the Year Brochure featuring ‘Black Sable’. This charmingly warm, yet dramatically black shaded shingle brings a dramatic flair to it TruDefinition® Duration® Designer Colors Collection shingles. Is it Black or is it Brown? You decide.
The housing market is embracing the importance that roofing shingles play in curb appeal. Shingles are not just a consistent shade of black anymore. Roofing shingles that vary in complementary colors are a big seller and add an extra dimension to a home.
Energy efficient and green roofs with solar panels are expected to keep trending throughout 2019. The innovation of roofing material over the last decade has added so many energy saving options that reflect the sun’s rays and stop solar heat from being absorbed into your home.
Green roofs provide all the protection of traditional asphalt or petroleum-based composite materials, without negatively impacting the environment. Increasingly, roofing material manufacturers are creating energy-efficient attractive options that are friendly to your wallet and the environment.