March 22, 2016:

Leigh Spicher

Design trends come and go, but there’s one that we hope lasts for quite a long time and it’s called Authenticity. Gone are the days of faux—plants, textures, materials—real is “in”. Just as spray tans and giant shoulder pads have faded from the pages of fashion magazines, natural has replaced fake in home design. Don’t get us wrong: we still love materials like Silestone and Quartz that give us high style with incredible durability. But injecting natural elements into your home will make each room unique.

Since natural materials are not created in a factory, they aren’t uniform. Each piece has its own individual touches. From the veins in a slab of granite to the artist’s thumbprint in a handmade vase, no two pieces are alike. That, in a nutshell, is authenticity.

Get inspired to liven up your home design with an air of authenticity.

Visit The Studio by Ashton Woods in Charleston, SC.
Visit Prospect Creek at Kinder Ranch, an Ashton Woods community in San Antonio, TX.
Visit Jacaranda Place, an Ashton Woods community in Phoenix, AZ.
Visit Heritage at Dunwoody, an Ashton Woods community in Atlanta, GA.
Visit Fiddler’s Creek, an Ashton Woods community in Naples, FL.
Visit Aliana, an Ashton Woods community in Houston, TX.

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