PulteGroup 2020 Design Trends

Ditch the winter blues and white hues for vibrant and illuminating new trends that will be sure to add a breath of fresh air into your home! From bold color statements to unexpected adornments and wall art, 2020 marks the year of taking risks in design. The interior design team at PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM) is sharing its top trends to look for in 2020.


PulteGroup Interior Design Trends for Spring 2019

Ready to spring into the new season with fresh home décor ideas and color inspiration? PulteGroup is sharing the top trends to look for in 2019 with National Director of Interior Design Angela Nuessle.


PulteGroup 2019 Color Trends

Color is playing a big role in interior design as we see a shift from cool-toned gray palettes to light brown-based tones. Layering warm neutrals and combining them with vibrant accents will be key to making homes fresh and stylish for spring. Check out the top color trends for 2019 from the interior design team at PulteGroup.


PulteGroup's Ohio Team Surprises Army Veteran

Get your tissues ready–our Ohio team delivered a heartfelt surprise video announcement for U.S. Army veteran Daus Hempker and his fiancée. PulteGroup's Built to Honor program recognizes and thanks returning military personnel who have been injured during their term of service by providing mortgage-free homes to veterans and their families.


Say Hello to Pulte Smart Home

Pulte Smart Home gives you the flexibility the make your home exactly as smart as you want it to be, from the basic prewired and ready for anything to the full suite of automation that really brings your home to life.


Breaking Ground and Breaking Stereotypes

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, women represent just 9.1% of employees in construction in 2016. At PulteGroup's Mid Atlantic Division, Construction Manager Amy Moreira is breaking ground and breaking stereotypes at Mount Vineyard in Fairfax. She shares her passion for homebuilding and what she wants young girls to know about the job.


New Product Development: The 12-Step Process

PulteGroup National Director of Design Mark Ash takes us inside the 12-Step process of new product development and the revamped lineup of new TCG 10 floorplans coming next year. TCG or Target Consumer Group 10 represents our active adult Del Webb homes. 


Built to Honor Celebrates its 40th Home Dedication

Built to Honor Celebrates its 40th Home Dedication


PulteGroup Zero Net Home Promotion Video

Meet PulteGroup's newest innovation project, an invisible house in Northern California, which is environmentally friendly zero net energy prototype working to erase its carbon footprint.


PulteGroup Zero Net Home in California

PulteGroup's reveals its newest innovation, an invisible house in Brentwood, California, which is an environmentally friendly zero net energy prototype working to erase its carbon footprint.