Home design begins with an understanding of how people live in their homes. Understanding your needs and your lifestyle plays a vital role in making sure your home grows comfortably with you!
Here are some of the characteristics of new home designs that's mostly keeping up to todays lifestyle!
Well laid out small home with good details and amenities reflect some of the spacious characteristics of a larger home. With space at a scarcity, raked or cathedral ceilings can add to the sense of space and also allow for larger windows to visually extend your home.
With today’s open layouts, the quality and the finishing details of new kitchen are done with careful attention to matching or complementing the surrounding spaces. Mostly having well-appointed, organised workspaces; attractive, separate eating areas; and great natural and built-in efficient lighting.
New home layouts are designed to accommodate changing household needs over time. A bedroom that doubles as a den or a nursery.
General use rooms can be converted to a home office, family entertainment area or a home theatre. These and other flexible design approaches build adaptability into the home at the time of construction.
Storage, Storage, Storage
A new home is designed with plenty of built-in storage to eliminate clutter: ample closet space in bedrooms; drawers, cupboards and shelving in the bathroom; linen closets; and room in the kitchen for appliances, pots and pan organizers and pantries.
New homes have shiny surfaces, clean lines, warm natural materials, pleasing curves and attractive accents – making them a great place to live.
Homes of today have direct access or built-in almost in every room. From the garage to the utility areas, All have walk-in robes or pull out systems and additional features such as extra-large pantries, lots of shelving and even concealed waste bins
One of the more popular design trends is the open concept, or open plan, which can include a large informal space for living, working, eating and relaxing. Partial walls, bulkheads, lighting and floor treatment help to define and add character to individual areas within this space. Depending on the size of the home, an open plan may replace or complement formal living and dining rooms.
Keep this design current design concepts in todays homes in mind when designing or renovating your homes. Surely your lifestyle will be as up to date as your house is.