So many elements need to be considered when building a new home. The layout, construction, type of materials, material quality, designs, and other features will affect your way of living. They will also affect the value of your property—for the better or, the worse. So, it’s essential to get involved and creative in the planning and selection process. Building your home may be easier said than done, so keep this in mind: it’s not just about what you want. It’s about executing what you wish correctly and by the law. Make sure both you and your property builder understand
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Designs to Consider When Building Your New Home
If you need inspiration or ideas, you’ve clicked on the right post. Below is a list of building design tips for a new home. Some are geared towards personal style expression, while some are focused on maximizing home functionality. Don’t hesitate to take your pick (or picks) for your new abode.
#1 Smart Home System
Turning your new home into a smart system may be a luxurious add-on, but if you’re building a new house in this era, you might as well go for one with high functionality. The features need not be extravagant. A smart cooling and heating system is a reasonable choice for when the weather gets tough. A smart doorbell and security system lessens your safety worries.
#2 A Wide Garage
Having a big garage was never a waste of space. It doesn’t just house cars. This space can be used as a storage room for toolboxes, yard appliances, bikes, and other mass-ordered home supplies. Kids can also turn it into a personal cave.
#3 Jack of All Trades
Don’t be afraid to mix themes. Modern can mix with traditional concepts. Eclectic can be fused with industrial. Combining farmhouse and vintage creates a down-to-earth ambiance. The choice is yours. But if you’re more inclined to be “safe,” you can use one theme in each room instead. That way, you still get to bring in different creative and decorative ideas into your new nest.
#4 A Higher Ceiling
Open space gives more room for versatility. There is more space for wall and hanging decors, and big-ticket fixtures look more dramatic.
#5 Built-in Cabinets and Shelves
Built-in cabinets and shelves help avoid cluttering your home with too many pieces of furniture. Build custom shelves in the kitchen, dressing room, bedrooms, and bathrooms.
#6 A High Basement Ceiling
If you’re planning to add a basement to your new home, it’s best to add an extra foot to its depth. It will feel less suffocating and look more inviting that way.
If you’ve had days when you’re soaked in the rain, you come into your front door, and you have nowhere to drop your shoes or hang your wet coat, you’ll appreciate having a mudroom in your new house. A mudroom doesn’t need to take up huge space. A small entryway will do, as long as you have a coat hanger, an umbrella bin, and a shoe rack.
#8 Extra Outlets
Putting outlets while constructing a house is cheaper than asking an electrician to work on them later on. Add extra plug-in sites where you will be using decorative lights later on.
Building a new home gives you control over its features. You also get to allocate more of your budget where it’s needed. Go ahead and take charge. Talk to your property builder. Discuss with them the concepts and features you have in mind. The benefits will be all yours and your family’s later on.
A great home design allows you to live comfortably in the new living space and enjoy the perks of your chosen add-ons. Your home also becomes a priced investment. You get to sell it at a higher value in the future—your new house isn’t just home after all.