With custom homes, you may change layout, design elements, and features. Use the opportunity add interesting components. Here are a few creative ideas for custom homes in Massachusetts.
The Initial Impression of a Home
A foyer is a major first impression of a property. You may make a foyer more appealing by adding curved stairs, furniture, interesting light fixtures, and special views of other rooms of the property. Because it is also an important progression from the interior to exterior, add storage for shoes and coats. You may blend them into the design using door materials and placement.
Multiple Master Bedrooms
A master suite is usually an important facet of a property. In a new property, think about creating multiple master bedrooms like one on each level. This affords some added flexibility. For example, if you have small kids, you can stay on the same level as them. As your children age, you have the luxury to relocate to the lower level for additional privacy. Empty nesters might also consider a lower level master an appealing option. Engaging more buyers may increase resale value.
Creating combined spaces is great for parties and may improve the utility of a home. An open kitchen and family room makes it easy to move around and keep everyone connected. Families with children will enjoy being able to view kids in the family room while working in the kitchen. The room can also include creative design elements such as decorative ceilings, expansive windows, unique fireplaces, and custom shelving.
A Kitchen Outdoors
Outdoor kitchen space offers a lot of convenience. First of all, it is great for summer entertaining. It provides a gathering location and brings the cooking area near the entertaining space. Secondly, it minimizes the mess in the home. Lastly, it may also act as an added cooking space for large gatherings.
Further Creative Ideas For Custom Homes In Massachusetts
There are many different unique features that you can adopt in custom homes. Call your custom builder for other options. Make sure you keep functionality and home values in mind when considering any features.