1. Enhance the curb appeal of your home.
Spruce up your front entry with a new layer of mulch, and thoughtfully planted shrubs. Add a pop of color to your landscape design with easy care Black-Eyed Susan or Dianthus flowers.
2. Spice up your front door.
A new front door can change the look of your foyer dramatically. Update your existing door with paint and trim, or install a brand new design that includes glass and wood stain.
3. Upgrade your kitchen’s appliances.
The look of new appliances and fixtures in your kitchen will instantly modernize your kitchen and allow for more functionality. No paint or back splash needed!
4. Accessorize your bathroom.
A new vanity or fixture could do just the trick! Give you bathroom a different vibe by replacing the cabinet hardware. Accessorize with a new light fixture, shelves, and paintings to complete the look.
5. Transform a forgotten room.
Take advantage of every square inch of your home by transforming an unused bedroom into a multipurpose room. Depending on your family’s need you can transform a dull space into a playroom, craft area, or media room.
6. Enjoy the outdoors.
Enjoy your patio or deck by creating intimate sitting areas perfect for reading, dining, and enjoying a warm summer day. Choose comfortable furniture as you would for the interior of your home, and accessorize with outdoor rugs, pillow, and lighting.
7. Spring clean (any time of year)!
Borrow a few staging tips from your favorite home decorating TV show. De-cluttering and moving your existing accessories around will give your home the face lift you desire.
Kitchen Trends 2016
- Clean lines and bright whites prevail in traditional, contemporary, or transitional designs.
- Turn your pantry into more than just food storage. When possible, add a window, small sink, and ample storage for appliances. Built-in floor toceiling shelves will maximize storage space and organization.
- Incorporate energy-efficient task & accent lighting under cabinets and around circulation paths.
- Age in place by moving more storage down, rather than keeping all cabinetry up high.
- Over-sized kitchen island with cook top, outlets, drawers, recycling pullouts, and ample seating.
- Warm color wood, or plank-style porcelain tile performs beautifully in the high traffic kitchen.
Less house, more home. If you’re concerned building a small house means sacrificing modern amenities, think again!
So, why build small? Here are a few things to consider:
- Maximize functionality in every square inch. Building a home is an investment, and it’s not secret consumers want to get the most bang for their buck. Smaller home plans are thoughtfully designed providing quality spaces that flow seamlessly, and allow comfortable living for homeowners.
- Purposeful spaces with quality materials. By building less square feet, the total construction budget can be invested into higher quality materials in spaces that will actually be used. Long gone are the days of living or dining rooms only used during special occasions.
- Save time and live simply. A smaller house means less cleaning, maintaining, and clutter. By allowing the quantify of time devoted to maintaining the home to decrease, families can experience a newfound sense of freedom to enjoy each other.
Here are a few of our favorite homes under 2,500 sq. ft., boasting countless features: