THE ART OF INTERIOR DESIGN
Beauty emerges from detail
It's the details that make the whole experience
Looks spotlights three distinct styles that have real character and the rich complexity of K. Hovnanian's interior design concepts. Each style is created by passionate interior designers who pick and assemble every detail to evoke a specific feeling.
Choose from three stunning looks: Farmhouse, Loft, and Elements.
STYLE IS STANDARD
An array of color, texture, and form inspired by living spaces that gain character and complexity through a coalescence of old and new, dark and light, classic and contemporary.
Where architecture and interior design intersect
At K. Hovnanian, architects and designers work hand-in-hand to create integrated designs that elevate our homes. Usually, interior designers do not begin their work until after a home is built — here, they influence every stage of a home's conception to ensure that form meets function.
Kevork Hovnanian in the 1920s
The Hovnanian family in the 1960s
A collection of interior designs by K. Hovnanian —
because everyone should have a beautiful home
Shaping a house into a home
Your home shapes your life. Sometimes it’s obvious — an open floor plan will make your home more spacious. But more often than not, our homes affect us in ways we’re not aware of — a lighter wall color can help a room feel bigger, and crown molding can lend charm and character, making a house feel like a home.
Our family's approach
After more than 60 years and hundreds
of thousands of homes, you can start to think like a manufacturer: check the boxes, add granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, then slap on a price tag and walk away. But we’re not making toasters or generators — we’re building homes. And we are obsessed with building them so that they shape your life positively, which means focusing on small details just as much as large structural decisions. It’s not enough to just add lights to a room. You must also consider small but important details like the color of the light — warm light is better for relaxing, cool light for concentrating.
Beautifully designed homes for everyone
The difference is in the details
There's no one right answer to making a space feel good. It's the collection of a million small details that, when working together, add up to create a feeling — much like how individual music notes string together to make a song. In the past, we asked our customers to decide on all those details themselves, but sifting through thousands of options is a daunting task. Too often, families were left unsatisfied with a mishmash of opposing styles.
We decided to simplify the process. Instead of over 5000 small choices, we offer just a few more of the very best ones. We've spent two years sourcing materials and handpicking designs, and more than a few rolls of tracing paper later, we finally feel like we have something worth sharing.
We hope you have as many good times in your home as we had designing them.
"... we're still a family run company; building homes for families."
EVP, national homebuilding operations
Looks and Color Palettes
TWO DISTINCT STYLES
Beautifully designed homes for Everyone
The Difference is in the Details
"... we're still a family run company; Building homes for families."
The Hovnanian family in the 1960s on the right.
Kevork Hovnanian in the 1940s on the left.
Our Family's Approach to Homebuilding
Shaping a House into a Home
A collection of interior designs by K. Hovnanian — because everyone should have a beautiful home
After completing her studies at Yale, Kari pursued interior design with the belief that a focused stylistic vision cultivates more inviting spaces than a muddle of discrete details.
A VISION REALIZED
Choose from two stunning looks: Farmhouse and Elements.
Looks spotlights two unique styles with real character, and represent the rich complexity of K. Hovnanian’s interior design concepts. Each style is created by passionate interior designers who pick and assemble every detail to evoke a specific feeling.
It's the details that make the whole experience.
THREE DISTINCT LOOKS
BEAUTIFUL, HONEST & SIMPLE
A home that welcomes and comforts
THE FARMHOUSE LOOK
A palette inspired by...
The welcoming warmth of country living
Enjoy a design inspired by comfortable fabrics, and relaxed, country living. The Farmhouse look evokes classically-detailed and rich textures with soft lines.
The Farmhouse look is bathed in a soothing palette of comfortable, classic relaxation and warm finishes.
Vintage inspired faucets
The Farmhouse design is inspired by organic materials, rustic accents, and the feeling of fresh linens. Embrace the warm hospitality of country living.
THE FARMHOUSE KITCHEN
Charming 42” shaker style cabinets feature a bracket and crown detail, flat drawer front, and partial overlay. Adding to the charismatic aesthetic, wood floating shelves provide a unique way to display your favorite dinnerware.
Artisan crafted tiles in the classic kitchen
The 36"-wide freestanding hood is the focal point of the Farmhouse kitchen. Its tapered body and elegant lines lend craftsman charm to the space.
Complete with a rustic metal shade, industrial inspired pendants dangle overhead to provide essential lumens for your prep space, and swing-arm wall lighting highlights the wooden floating shelves.
Apron Front Sink
A lovely accessory to the Farmhouse kitchen, a stainless steel undermount sink with desired apron front provides maximal basin space for oversized cookware making chores a breeze.
Molding and Paneling
Craftsman paneling in the foyer leads into a curated collection of door and window casings and cove molding. This beautiful trim brings handcrafted detail to every corner of the home.
Building solid homes with great attention to detail
Mirrors and Lighting
Single bulb sconces feature a clear cylindrical glass shade and bold metal detail while anchoring two individual framed mirrors. Light reflects and travels throughout the simple and sleek Loft bath.
Framed Glass Shower
A framed glass shower enclosure lets light reach every corner of the owner’s bath, making the space appear larger and brighter. Matte black hardware is a subtle but important detail that brings modern flair to the Farmhouse look.
Inspired by nature, oversized “stone-look” ceramic tile provides a clean foundation for your bath while a smaller white subway tile shower surround allows the space to feel light, airy, and bright throughout.
The Farmhouse Bathroom
Vintage-inspired design with contemporary shapes.
Complete with dual sinks, quartz countertop, and chrome faucets, the 35” high vanity features a shaker style door, slab front drawer and partial overlay while providing ample storage for all of your bathroom essentials.
Moen Genta Pulldown Faucet
The Sterling Ludington sink has a deep basin and clean, contemporary lines creating a sophisticated feel
Moen's one-handle, pull-down faucet in matte black features a high arc and flexible water hose for effortless cleaning. It's tough on dishes but easy on the eyes.
THE Farmhouse LOOK
Restoration Hardware Shutter Vanity
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Quartz or Granite Countertops
Granite is hard rock that resists heat and scratching, meaning it stands up well to wear and tear. Quartz is non-porous, scratch-resistant, and holds up well to stains, making it easy to maintain. Both materials are available in the Farmhouse kitchen - giving you the best of both worlds.
Resistant to most scratches, scuffs, gouges, and stains, “wood-look” wide-plank laminate and vinyl is practical, stylish, and warm underfoot. Comfortable, durable, and stain-resistant carpet with 5 lb pad resides in all bedrooms featuring a neutral color for a cozy aesthetic.
Rustic inspired, the kitchen faucet gives a bold statement with a black matte finish. It’s single lever controls water flow and the pulldown faucet gives functionality to the powerful spray technology.
Crisp white subway tile backsplash serves as the perfect backdrop to the comfortable design of the Farmhouse kitchen. This on-trend style compliments the beautiful quartz countertops and handcrafted cabinetry.
THE LOFT LOOK
Industrial inspired faucets
Finishes are inspired by modern living with a minimal, geometric style in a neutral color palette.
A modern style emphasized by bold, geometric shapes and lots of personality
Reminiscent of the industrial architecture that defines turn-of-the-century loft buildings. This style embraces raw materials and pared-down decor illuminated by an abundance of natural light. This look is minimal and modern, leaving more space for what matters most.
A home for the cultivated and curious
Embrace streamlined living with maximal function and sophisticated style. The Loft look pairs a neutral color palette with dynamic shapes and textures—a gesture toward the arts.
Square Vanity Mirror
A framed square mirror above the vanity brings a a modern elegance to the Loft owner’s bath. The black trim creates a striking contrast with the white cabinets below.
A semi-frameless glass shower enclosure with chrome hardware lets light reach every corner of the owner’s bath, making the space appear larger and brighter.
D&D’s clean, white finish with satin nickel hardware completes the Loft look.
This two-handle, high-arc Moen Gibson chrome faucet against white quartz countertops brings energy and style to the space.
Kitchen Sink and Faucet
This modern take combines spacious ease with minimalist style. Heat resistant, stainless steel makes the bowl durable and easy to maintain. Moen's industrial-style chrome faucet features powerful spray technology and a flexible water hose for effortless cleaning. It's tough on dishes but easy on the eyes.
THE LOFT KITCHEN
Striking simplicity lends style and practicality
The Loft's versatile kitchen storage concept features floating shelves for greater visibility and visual interest, as well as cabinet space to stowe away larger items and help conceal clutter. Clean lines paired with a refined color palette make this space feel bright and open.
3” x 6” matte white ceramic tiles add subtle flare to the kitchen's otherwise minimal design.
Granite is hard rock that resists heat and scratching, meaning it stands up well to wear and tear. Quartz is non-porous, scratch-resistant, and holds up well to stains, making it easy to maintain. Both materials are available in the Loft kitchen - giving you the best of both worlds.
Wood-look Resilient flooring
Generous, 6” x 36” floor planks help rooms appear larger and blend the graceful beauty of hardwood with the versatility of water and moisture resistant vinyl.
The Loft Bathroom
Bright and elegant with a modern edge.
A solid standard finish package and a great start for your new home — included in
the base price.
Neutral color palette
Warm color tones for flooring
The Elements look forms the base offering and is included in the home price.
Simple Elegance That Accommodates Your Style
The Elements kitchen pairs streamlined design with neutral colors for a simple yet sophisticated feel. This look features both traditional and modern aspects for a versatile look.
GE Stainless Steel Appliances
Including a free-standing gas range.
D&D cabinets feature narrow rails and smooth center panels for a simple, streamlined look. The richness of the wood, available in white or walnut, brings a pop of life to the kitchen.
Wood-look resilient flooring
Generous, 6” x 36” plank format help rooms appear larger, while warm wood tones soften the Elements look's otherwise spare color palette.
Kitchen Faucet and Sink
Form and function coexist in this gorgeous Moen Method chrome kitchen faucet. With its flexible hose for detailed cleaning and multi-function head for a wide variety of uses, this appliance makes a stunning kitchen accent while providing peerless service.
The Sterling McAllister kitchen sink encapsulates the Elements look with its classic look of stainless steel and a pared-down design.
The vanity offers cabinet and drawer space with metal hardware accents to match the
geometric, frameless mirror.
Moen Seena Bathroom Faucet
A frameless mirror creates subtle contrast with the vanity.
The Moen Seena bathroom faucet has a streamlined design that offers simple elegance, while its chrome finish add a contemporary feel.
The Elements Bathroom
Clean, Bright and Inviting
The vanity offers cabinet and drawer space
with metal hardware accents to match two
geometric, frameless mirrors.
Dual frameless mirrors create subtle contrast
with the vanity.
The Moen Genta single-handle faucet has a streamlined design that offers simple elegance, while its chrome finish and easily adjustable lever add a contemporary feel.
Moen Bathroom Faucet
Generous, 7 1/2'-wide floor planks help rooms appear larger, while warm wood tones soften the Elements look's otherwise spare color palette.
This contertop is crafted into 3-cm thick surface for a clean, current look.
4" Granite Backsplash
This granite backsplash blends the wall and countertop, creating a seamless transition for the eye that helps unify the space.
Aristokraft Sinclair Birch cabinets feature narrow rails and smooth center panels for a simple, streamlined look. The deep gray-brown Flagstone stain pairs well with paints and countertops.
Kitchen Sink and Faucet
Where form follows function
The Avalon single-bowl sink and Moen Genta one-handle faucet represent the clean simplicity of the Elements kitchen. The faucet's high arc creates contemporary visual interest, while heat-resistant, stainless steel makes the sink durable and easy to keep clean.
Simple elegance that accommodates your style.
A solid standard package and a great start for your first time home — included in
the base price
This chrome-framed, glass shower door is easy to clean and makes the space feel larger and brighter — light will reach every corner of your bathroom.
Warm color flooring
The Elements palette forms the base package and is included in the home price.
Elements countertops are available in New Caledonia or Valle Nevado and are crafted into a 3-cm thick surface for a clean, current look.
THE ELEMENTS LOOK
The Elements Bathroom
Clean, Bright, and Inviting