Our this or that presents an enjoyable way to show two distinct but similar choices that those looking to build may encounter. We highly encourage you to enjoy and participate in these polls and read about our other polls that we host on our social media accounts. Also, in case you missed our top Instagram posts from 2020, make sure to read up on those as well as follow us on social media for all of our interactive content.
This past session of this or that polls covered a broad array of topics and included such choices as:
- Rectangular or Round Mirrors
- Vertical or Horizontal Shiplap
- Darker or Lighter Sageridge Exteriors
- Paddles or Toggles
- Linear or Traditional Gas Fireplace
- Full Height or Masonry Base Columns
- Master Bedroom Fan or Light
- This entryway or that Entryway
- Barrel Ceilings or Straight Ceilings above Shower
- Brick or Stone Fireplace Surround
- Frosted or decorative pantry door
- Curved or straight island countertop
The preferred choices are bolded in text above as well as highlighted in the photos below.
Here our followers chose rectangular over round mirrors.
Here our followers chose horizontal shiplap over vertical shiplap in the locker system.
Here our followers preferred a slightly darker exterior with brick and shake on our Sageridge model.
Here our followers chose paddles over toggles.
Here our followers chose a traditional fireplace design over a linear design.
Here our followers chose full length columns over those with masonry bases.
Here our followers chose ceiling fans over a chandelier in the master bedroom.
Here our 2020 FCHBA Parade entryway was preferred over a similar design.
Here our followers chose shower ceilings without barreled ceilings over those with barreled ceilings.
Here our followers chose a stone fireplace surround over a brick fireplace surround.
Here our followers chose a decorative solid pantry door over frosted glass door.
Here our followers chose a straight edged countertop over a curved countertop.
To read more about the winners of the facebook polls for the last few months, you can click here.
This post was written by Josh Sanders