Today’s technology, combined with innovative approaches to using space, is opening the door to an endless array of home design options. Pet owners are creating in-home dog-washing stations and millennials favor upper kitchen cabinets that lower to the counter with the touch of a button.

According to an article in The Washington Post, Millennials have home design tastes that step outside the usual, and typically incorporate creative technology features. These trends include artisan hand-baked clay tiles as a kitchen backsplash, and a bathroom exhaust fan that turns on and off through a sensor.

Check out these 50 Features Homebuyers Want Most. Topping the list are spaces focused on function. Open floor plans centered around a great room and kitchen continue to top homeowners’ wish lists. Formal living rooms and dining rooms have given way to spaces that can convert into a home office, a second bedroom, or whatever other purpose suits that moment in a family’s life.

No matter what your home style preferences are, there are options for everyone!

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