Maximizing Space For Your New Home

Maximizing Space For Your New Home

Maximizing Space For Your New Home

With the housing industry on its way to recovery, new trends in home design are now made available to homeowners. Renovating and remodeling your old house into a multifunctional living space requires much to consider: from budgeting and structural designs, down to the materials and colors of choice. This can be a nerve-wrecking business and to steer away from the stress of the project, you can invite experts or contractors to help you in realizing your dream home.

To renovate and remodel your home for your own pleasure, these insights can be helpful in outlining the blueprint of your new home.

  • Kitchen

    Bright and well-ventilated kitchen

    Kitchen– Kitchens continue to be the heart of a house and becoming the gathering area in every household. Experts promote more contemporary solutions for storage and functional needs. The island remains popular as it can be incorporated with a cook top stove and a sink and can double as a dining table. Gone is the customary side-by-side seating arrangement, instead the chairs are arranged in a perpendicular manner for a conducive environment for conversation. There is also an increasing use of large windows to keep the kitchen bright and well-ventilated.

  • Living Room

    Exquisite living room

    Living Room – It is the most popular space in a house to entertain guests. When designing this room, you need to determine the purpose of the room. It should be embellished with a friendly atmosphere to ensure the comfort of the visitor. The design must fit your taste and lifestyle and you must be comfortable with the space since you will be spending a lot of time in this room. The trend today is a living room that has elements that creates a simple yet elegant, well-lit room.

  • Laundry Room

    Convenient and organized laundry room

    Laundry Room – The idea is to make the laundry chores easier through built-in convenience that costs a lot less when you plan ahead. A universal design laundry room should have ample area to allow handling multiple chores. A closet laundry can be tucked into a hallway as long as the hallway is wide enough and opened closet doors can allow access and maneuverability. A cabinet can be installed for more storage space. An upstairs laundry room is increasingly popular since that’s where most clothes add-up, however, if the master suite is on the main floor, the traditionalfirst floor concept works best.

  • Garage

    Multifunctional work space

    Garage – There is a developing trend that indicates that garages don’t have to function exclusively as the traditional garage used only as a parking and storage area. Garages can be renovated and converted as an extension of the home living space as a work area, a hobby center or anything you want it to be. Through custom cabinets, storage and other embellishments, you can ultimately transform your boring old garage into a multifunctional work area.

These new structural designs that will fit your way of living can be found in our listings in: Scottsdale real estate, Phoenix real estate, Paradise Valley real estate, Chandler real estate, Glendale real estate, Winfield real estate, DesertRidge real estate, Carefree real estate, and Mesa real estate.

Zig Ziglar once quoted “Being successful means having a balance of success stories across the many areas of your life. You can’t truly be considered successful in your business life if your home life is in shambles”. Our home is a reflection of who we are, be bold in planning your new house’s structural design.

 

Maximizing Space For Your New Home
By | 2015-08-12T12:30:06+00:00 September 26th, 2012|Around the House, blog, Human Interest, Luxury Valley Homes, Phoenix Real Estate, Tips|Comments Off on Maximizing Space For Your New Home