CINCINNATI, OH -- Storage options from Organized Living, including the kitchen, pantry and laundry, will be featured in The New American Home at the 2014 Builder's Show.
The 6,700-square-foot show house, sponsored by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and Builder magazine, will feature the latest trends in interior design and home building. Some of those trends include multigenerational living and open space design as well as the demand for organized spaces.
"Storage and walk in closets rank as a top priority for home buyers,” explains Amanda LeBlanc, professional organizer for The Amandas and spokesperson for Organized Living, in a statement. “The New American Home reflects and resolves such demands by providing adequate storage throughout the home, not just in closets. When visitors tour the home, they will see Organized Living product used in wardrobe closets, a pantry, a linen closet and laundry room."
Starting Tuesday, February 4, 2014, The New American Home will be open for free guided tours for registered attendees at the 2014 International Builders’ Show.
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