Stanley Martin & MINE Make Homes Shoppable

Stanley Martin Homes, one of the leading homebuilders in the Southeastern U.S., launches a new partnership with interior design online service, MINE. Through this partnership, potential homebuyers can now use any smart device to scan a QR code and immediately see décor details and purchasing options from a Stanley Martin model home. Finding the right home is not easy, and can be overwhelming with so many different decisions to make. Stanley Martin is very excited to provide this new service to their homebuyers through their partnership with MINE, in hopes to make the transition into a new Stanley Martin home even easier.

Founded in 2019, the MINE interface is free, easy to use and was created by design experts from Restoration Hardware, Pottery Barn Brands, Assist and Ash By Oak. Furniture and décor found in Stanley Martin’s model homes can be sourced by MINE, and are available for purchase online, sometimes for even lower prices than traditional retail. This helps future homebuyers avoid expensive interior design costs without compromising style. MINE offers free shipping on all items on the site and complimentary interior design services to ensure complete customer satisfaction. Through the MINE service, homebuyers can also search through other Stanley Martin model homes, shop by room or similar designs to gain inspiration for their new home.

“Our interior design team is very talented, and our Stanley Martin model homes really speak for themselves as our customers experience them. We are thrilled to now offer this convenient way to help our future Stanley Martin homebuyers select pieces they love for their homes too,” said Lindsay Young, Retail Merchandising Manager at Stanley Martin Homes. “Partnerships like this one with MINE and the customer experience it provides is how we continue to raise the bar for our homebuyers.”

Stanley Martin’s goal is to design and build homes people love at a price they can afford. The MINE partnership takes this commitment to the next level. Beyond thoughtful floorplans and construction quality, Stanley Martin now offers this convenient way for homebuyers to furnish and decorate their new home. This new MINE service is now available in eight Stanley Martin model homes located in Maryland, Virginia and South Carolina with plans to offer this new experience in all of their markets by the end of 2022.

Reston-based builder Stanley Martin Homes recently acquired the operations and assets of Florida-based homebuilder Avex Homes. The company also celebrated being named Builder Magazine’s “2021 Builder of the Year” based on its growth, customer service and innovation in moving the housing industry forward during the previous year. Stanley Martin Homes builds new homes throughout Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and most recently with the acquisition of Avex Homes, Florida.

About Stanley Martin Homes

Founded in 1966, Stanley Martin Homes is a premier homebuilder in the southeastern U.S. dedicated to providing leading home designs at the best value, built with top-quality construction and delivered with the highest level of professional service. Stanley Martin homes are built with a focus on open, flexible floor plans designed for how people live; outstanding curb appeal; and customer affordability. With a footprint in Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, the homebuilder offers homes people love at a price they can afford. For more information, visit

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