If you are in the process of building your dream home, then you probably want it to look different than other new homes in your area. One of the best ways for you to create the home of your dreams is to add some customization and custom work to it. During your first meeting with your builder, there are several things you will want to talk to them about including your home's square footage and the bedrooms and the bathrooms that you want. Additionally, though, there are a few other trends that you may want to talk to them about. This article will take a closer look. Are you ready to learn a little bit more? If so, then read on.
A Theater Room
If you and your family like to go to the movies a lot or if you like to have movie nights at home, then this is just the thing for you to consider adding to it. A theater room is a great place for you and your family and friends to gather and comfortably watch a new movie. The fun thing too about theater rooms is that if you don't want it to have traditional theater seats, you can always just add giant couches that are a little bit more functional and comfortable.
A Butler's Pantry
Another fun trend right now that you may want to add to your new home is a butler's pantry. Butler pantries are essentially prep rooms that used to be used for butlers to prepare food in. However, now they are just a large pantry to prepare food in, store bulk food, and put extra dishes in. The fun thing about a butler's pantry is that it frees up a lot of the cabinet space inside of your kitchen so you can put other things in there.
Open Living Space
Having an open kitchen, dining, and living room is another great thing to consider when you are building new home real estate. Open living spaces make it easier for you to entertain a large group of people all at once in just one space. Plus, this level of informality makes family gatherings a lot more enjoyable (especially if you have a lot of little kids).
When you buy some real estate to build on and you start the building process, you can turn your ideas into a dream that you've always wanted. Keep these design trends in mind when you are talking to your home builder.Share