Break Ground on Your Dream Home in 2020!
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If you’re planning on building a custom home in 2020, there are a lot of things to consider – from the contractor you will be using to where you will be putting down stakes. Beyond the basics, there’s exciting new ideas to consider, too.
Usually perceived as too formal and stilted for everyday use, homeowners and designers are finding that incorporating more diverse and eccentric furniture makes an otherwise stuffy room seem more entertaining and engaging.
Rather than have one room for one purpose, a trend this year is electing to have a more open and airy flow through the home, fulfilling even the staunchest feng-shui enthusiast’s requirements. Many homeowners find that this more multi-purpose lifestyle creates central space in which families and friends can congregate more easily.
The bathroom used to be a place where one simply attended to the most basic grooming and personal health needs. Now, for homes either newly constructed or under renovation, the bathroom is an oasis. From open-concept showers with dual rain-shower heads to whirlpool tubs lit with natural sun via skylights, the bathroom space is more than a pit stop.
Did you know you can achieve environmental sustainability while building a home? Called “passive homes” in the industry, the use of less-polluting materials help reduce your carbon footprint.
One small couch, rather than a large sectional, can add more space by eliminating wall clutter. It can make even the most meager of square footage seem like a palatial estate. Not only is this ecologically sound in practice, it also lightens the load on one’s wallet!
The importance of light in a home cannot be understated. People are opting more these days for natural light with multiple windows (often called the “eyes of the home”) to let the sun inside. There’s a psychological principle behind this, as well, as vitamin D from natural sunlight can improve mood, especially in the winter when sunlight is sparser.
The world is full of noise from transportation, television, phones, and people, so having it carry over when you enter your home is not an ideal situation. To cut down on noise pollution, many builders are finding materials that limit or take away extraneous sound in the home and mute outdoor noise to keep it from entering the home.
When the outdoor fireplace was introduced as a design concept years ago, it sparked a desire to be outdoors more often and utilize every square inch of one’s property.
Whether starting a new home from the ground up or renovating an existing home, be sure to talk to us about these new trends and concepts. Premier Builders is ready to build your forever home with all of life’s modern conveniences.