Inside the latest fad in urban design is a new, interiors-focused aesthetic, which seems like a new frontier for the industry.
That frontier, according to a new study from the National Association of Home Builders, is the design of homes with “premium” interior finishes.
What is this premium?
The report defines premium as a “finish that has a high degree of attention to detail, such as detailing, color and texture, and a distinctive look.”
According to the NABB, the term “premier” can be a bit vague because there are a lot of other things that go into a home that don’t necessarily make it premium, including architectural styles and materials.
This new report defines a premium as “an appearance that has been designed and built to be one of the most coveted attributes of the home.”
The NABS defines premium interior finishes as: The following are the characteristics of a premium interior finish, and what makes a finish a premium: An exterior color that has the appearance of a deep, rich black.