INDIANAPOLIS (October 30, 2019/Coles Marketing) – Local builder Davis Homes has revealed its rendering for the 2020 Indianapolis Home Show Centerpiece Home.
Davis Homes will unveil their Woodford floor plan with an impressive Modern Prairie exterior design elevation as the Centerpiece Home, which is built entirely inside Exposition Hall at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. This one-story, 3,325-square-foot home welcomes you with a dramatic volume foyer and an open gourmet-style kitchen, which flows comfortably into an expansive great room. It also includes three bedrooms, a study, 2½ baths, spacious master suite with a fireplace and private outdoor porch area, three-car garage, and a laundry room with pet amenities. This home will also feature the on-trend Flex Suite attached to the main living area, with a private and separate living, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. At the end of the day, you can relax and unwind in the beautiful covered rear patio area featuring the warmth of an outdoor fireplace for those cooler evenings.
“We believe building your new home should be easy and affordable,” said Davis Homes President and CEO Brad Davis. “We feel honored being back to build the 2020 Centerpiece Home. This opportunity allows Davis Homes to demonstrate the vibrant living spaces, new trends and dramatic home exteriors available to today’s discerning home buyer. Davis Homes is proud to bring affordable luxury to Central Indiana, both within our own communities or on your own lot.”
This Centerpiece Home has a fresh, eye-catching elevation featuring multiple materials. The stone, brick and wood add depth, texture and dimension. The home’s interior design is by Shelby Rouse from Luxe Home Interiors, a locally owned, full-service furniture showroom and interior design boutique located in Carmel that specializes in furniture interior design, and all things for your home.
“My inspiration for this home is the Sophisticated Bohemian Chic design currently trending across the country,” Rouse said. “I am drawn by the weighted earthy textures and eclectic feel from the blending of old and new. The design features a simplistic, clean look that is so dominate in this trend. Exposed wood beams, a curated collection of materials and crisp horizontal lines will be featured in a way that allows Home Show attendees to envision ways to bring the eclectic boho chic style into their own homes. Soothing hues, including muted greens, soft whites, bold blacks and warm neutrals will be paired with multiple textures both inside and out. This interesting combination will give the home a relaxed and sophisticated boho feel.”
Calvin Landscape will create and customize the landscaping for the Centerpiece Home, designing and building both the hardscape and landscape elements.
“Gorgeous flowers with trees galore will frame the Centerpiece Home,” said Jim Calvin. “Then in the backyard, Home Show visitors will find a one-of-a-kind space with an outdoor kitchen and an extra-special water feature. It will be an amazing refuge fit for relaxation and surrounded by the beauty of nature.”
“This will be the 98th year of the Indianapolis Home Show, and each year we have to continue to raise the bar, bringing new concepts and fresh ideas to keep our attendees coming back,” Groninger said. “Along with some brand-new features, our Centerpiece Home is going to be a highlight of the show as always, and I can’t wait to see all the ideas from the builder team come to fruition.”
The 2020 Indianapolis Home Show opens Friday, Jan. 17, and continues through Sunday, Jan. 26. Admission is $15 for adults and $3 for children ages 6 to 12. Deals: $2 off tickets purchased online and free admission for children 5 and younger.
For more information, call (317) 705-8719 or visit the Indianapolis Home Show website at www.IndianapolisHomeShow.com.
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