Utah Valley homebuilders, designers and craftsmen are putting the final touches on the 40 new homes set for display at the annual Utah Valley Parade of Homes beginning June 2.

Hosted by the Utah Valley Home Builders Association (UVHBA), the 2016 Parade features stunning designs displayed in homes from Highland to Elk Ridge and all throughout Utah County. Homes will be open from noon until 9 p.m. and closed Sundays and Mondays fromJune 2-18.  

“We are looking forward to the largest parade we’ve ever had,” said 2016 Parade Chairman Crystal Hintze. “Our homebuilders, interior designers and landscapers have worked tirelessly to create masterful homes for this year’s event.”

While perusing homes, attendees can look forward to seeing pieces from popular furniture lines including from the Trisha Yearwood Home Collection, Eric Church’s Highway to Home line and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Home collection. 

“Trends grow and evolve each year,” Hintze said. “The Utah Valley Parade of Homes is a showcase of superior quality in homebuilding coupled with fresh, innovative designs.”

The self-guided home tour will walk attendees through homes ranging in size from 1,438 square feet to more than 16,000 square feet. With 13 of the homes valued at more than $1 million, parade goers will find remarkable homes in neighborhoods across Utah Valley.

“While we do have some of the largest homes yet in this parade, attendees will find that many of the designs and inspiration they see can be incorporated at their price level,” said UVHBA Executive Officer Steve Caldwell. “Luxurious living doesn’t have to be expensive.”

Tickets are $15 (children five and under are free) and can be purchased from the app, online at www.uvparade.com, at Osmond Design locations in Lehi and Orem, or at Central Bank in Springville, Mapleton, Spanish Fork and Payson and at the UVHBA office in Orem.

UVHBA will again provide the official Utah Valley Parade of Homes mobile app as a free download for Apple and Android devices.