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Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

  
  
  

Pass-Through Ideas for Your Kitchen

Kitchen Layouts in 2014 Custom Homes

A modern kitchen pass-through - once used as a space to pass dishes into the formal dining room - now serves an additional purpose as a way to maintain an open concept feel by increasing visibility between rooms.

While kitchen pass-throughs were once small spaces (think of a mid-twentieth century diner-style service wall), they are now designed as full-height openings or large archways.

A pass-through can be added to almost any kitchen layout.  See 7 kitchen pass through designs in these 2014 custom homes.

Kitchen pass-through ideas: Opening from the kitchen to sun room

Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

Pass throughs now link the kitchen to many different types of rooms, not just the formal dining.  In this home, a pass-through opens the kitchen to the sun room.

Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

This kitchen also has an island, with views into the two story living room.

 

Kitchen pass-through ideas:  Arched cut-out from the kitchen to living room

Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

An arched opening above the kitchen sink keeps conversation going, no matter what kitchen tasks are underway, while still leaving multiple options for furniture placement and traffic flow.

Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

Kitchen pass-through ideas: Kitchen bar with pass-through 

Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

This pass-through design is wider and taller than traditional designs - with wall sconces added to the sides of the opening to light up the space and add character.

Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

Kitchen pass-through ideas: Added depth

A framed wall encases this arched pass-through, creating space for eating bar stools.

Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

Kitchen pass-through ideas:

A small wall column divides the pass through and breakfast bar in this custom home kitchen - providing a space to for upper cabinets and giving the kitchen more distinct dimensions. 

Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

Kitchen pass-through ideas: Open, angled kitchen bar

This home demonstrates a modern take on kitchen pass-throughs with an angled kitchen bar extending into the living room.

The arched opening above this pass-through extends the full length of the breakfast room.

Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

Kitchen pass-through ideas:  Modern pass-through design

Here is another example of a more modern pass-through design, with a long bar set into the living room wall.

An archway extends from the breakfast wall, over the eating bar, to create continuity between rooms.

Kitchen Pass Through Ideas | 2014 Custom Home Design

More 2014 Raleigh New Home Trends

New Home Exterior Styles from Craftsman to Contemporary

7 Ways to Create the Perfect Outdoor Living Space

Questions to ask before building a Multi Generational home

10 Biggest Kitchen Design Mistakes

2014 Kitchen Design Trends - Is Stainless Steel on its Way Out?

Open Concept Kitchens

90 Photos of Custom Home Kitchen

Contact Stanton Homes for floor plan ideas, to get a new home cost estimate, or find out more about building a custom home in North Carolina.

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

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Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

Window Benches with Storage | Chapel Hill Custom Homes

  
  
  

8 Top Window Bench Ideas

Chapel Hill Custom Homes

Window benches should save space in your new home, not eat it up.

Built-in benches provide extra seating, and can be used to store bulky items such as throw blankets and pillows.

See photos of Chapel Hill custom homes with built-in window benches - some with "secret" storage hidden below and other designed as casual seating spaces.

Built in window bench idea #1: Sunroom window bench with storage

This storage bench is tucked to one end of the sunroom. It is small, discrete, and adds a large amount of stoarge to the surrounding areas.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

 Get a full view of the sunroom, here:

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

Built in window bench idea #2: Breakfast room wrap-around bench

A bench wraps around two walls in this breakfast room, just around the corner from the sunroom.

You could add a table, and use the bench as seating. Or you could use a smaller table in the center of the room, with separate perimeter seating.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

Here is another view of this window bench - so you can see how well it works with the island kitchen.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

Built in window bench idea #3: Angled window bench design

Each bench compartment is divided into two spaces - for more organized storage.

The fronts of these benches are built with a beadboard design and accent trim, to achieve a more upscale feel beside the executive kitchen.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

Built ins define this open concept space - with a desk, bookcases, and cabinetry punctuating each room.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

Built in window bench idea #4: Media room with bench wall

These storage benches open from the front, rather than top, and are designed for kids to use in this media room / play room combination space. 

Side-opening benches can be a great alternative to top-opening benches, depending on how you wish to use the space.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

Built in window bench idea #5: Oak bench

If you love the idea of a bench seating area, but don't think you'll need the storage, consider built in bench options like these:

In this Chapel Hill custom home, the full-length window bench in the bonus room has an oak seat.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

The bench adds tons of seating, without forgoing square footage. The rest of the room is flexible - you can add a pool table, entertainment center with lounge chairs, or game table.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

Built in window bench idea #6: Custom built-in window seat

A custom window alcove offers bench seating, and a nearby tucked-in coat closet offers convenient storage.

This built in bench takes advantage of the space created by the French Country exterior, with one wall extending forward.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

 

Built in window bench idea #7: Alcove window bench

While some window benches are designed to blend in - like the oak bench above - others are designed to define the space.

Here is an example of how to add a storage bench to an angled room - where the seating wraps around.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

Built in window bench idea #8: Craftsman style bench

Built in benches can be placed almost anywhere - from under the staircase to a hallway wall. Your builder can give you some great ideas for how to stack, place and arrange them to suit your needs, best.

Window Benches with Storage | Built in Bench Ideas

More 2014 Raleigh New Home Trends

New Home Exterior Styles from Craftsman to Contemporary

7 Ways to Create the Perfect Outdoor Living Space

Questions to ask before building a Multi Generational home

10 Biggest Kitchen Design Mistakes

2014 Kitchen Design Trends - Is Stainless Steel on its Way Out?

Open Concept Kitchens

90 Photos of Custom Home Kitchen

Contact Stanton Homes for floor plan ideas, to get a new home cost estimate, or find out more about building a custom home in North Carolina.

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

2014 Custom Home Design: Debunking Myths About Two Story Living Rooms

  
  
  

7 Myths About Two Story Living Room Design

How to Design a Two Story Living Room

2014 Two Story Living Room Designs

Floor plans with a two story living room continue to be a top request for 2014 Raleigh custom homes.

 

While two story rooms are not for everyone - they tend to be a "love it" or "hate it" home design - we've put together a photo gallery of two story living rooms.

 

These living room design pictures - with decorating tips - will show you how to take full advantage of a two story design.

 

 

Myth 1: Two story living rooms can feel too open

Two story living rooms should take advantage of their square footage - not get lost in open space.

One way to avoid the appearance of too much open space is to create distinct lines of sight in each direction.

For instance, from every angle, there is something to view in this two story living room. This space feels warm and full - with a balcony overlook, open loft, and archway to the kitchen.

Two story living rooms

An intricate window design with center fireplace creates the much sought-after "wow" effect, with an added sense of coziness.

2 story living rooms

Myth 2: Two story living rooms waste square footage

Some claim that two story living rooms waste space - but that is a personal preference.

If you hate the two story design, talk to your builder about floor plan modifications. Most floor plans with a two story living room can be easily converted to include a second story bonus room or additional bedroom.

What is your lifestyle? Do you love to entertain and host events? If so, a impressive two story living room could be a non-negotiable design feature.

The Summerlyn, a floor plan by Frank Betz, easily converts into a 10' first floor living room with second story open loft/bonus room. See a photo of the two story version of this home, below. Click here to see a comparison of two versions of The Summerlyn - one with a two story living room and one with a bonus room above.

Two story living room designs

Myth 3: Two story rooms cost too much in heating and cooling

The number of windows in your home - often blamed for inefficient heating and cooling in the two story living room design - will influence energy consumption.

However, modern technologies and building techniques will increase the energy efficiency of your home, making the choice to add windows - and two story spaces - stress-free.

In fact, most two story living rooms do not call for a significant increase in the number of windows on your home. Remember, the bonus room or bedroom above would still need windows!

Learn more about green home building techniques - such as spray foam insulation - here.

Living room two story

Myth 4: Two story rooms are all built to a standard height

Vaulted living rooms are also considered "two story" rooms by many architects. A vaulted living room can be a good compromise for those who want soaring spaces and a one-story focal wall. 

Two story great rooms

In this version of The Beaufort, a Frank Betz floor plan, a two story foyer leads into a two story living room with vaulted ceiling design.

Two story living room ideas

Myth 5: The walls of two story living rooms are too tall and wide

Crown molding is a great way to delineate the space of a two story wall.

If you place wide trim about two-thirds up a wall, your eyes will pause at that mid-level height.

Your walls will seem more balanced, without losing out on first impressions the dramatic height of the room will create.

Two story living room designs

In this home, wide molding designed into an archway serves as a space divider.   Adding a row of artwork can have the same space-dividing effect.

2 story living room designs

Myth 6: Two story walls are too difficult to decorate, creating a stressful experience

Two story walls give you more options for decorating, which can be daunting at first.

Before jumping straight to ornate chandeliers that can fill the space, consider what types of use want to get out of your two story living room. 

In this custom Stanton Home, a large built-in entertainment center stretches across the widest wall in the room. This entertainment center is designed to draw your attention - and would look out of place against a large lighting fixture.

Two story living room layouts

Myth 7: Two story fireplaces are intimidating 

There are two ways to "ground" a full-height two story fireplace design.

2 story living room design ideas

 

First, considering mounting a piece of art - or even a mirror - about two thirds the way up the fireplace.

Make sure the art is the same width as the surrounding stone, brick, or wainscoting.

Many modern home designs incorporate a wall-mounted TV outlet in the fireplace surround, so a flat screen TV could serve the same purpose.

 

Second, you could place a tall piece of furniture or vertical piece of art on the opposite wall.

This will de-emphasize the fireplace by giving it a counter-point, so you can avoid covering up any of the hand-crafted stonework.

 

 

 

 

2014 Raleigh New Home Trends

New Home Exterior Styles from Craftsman to Contemporary

7 Ways to Create the Perfect Outdoor Living Space

Questions to ask before building a Multi Generational home

10 Biggest Kitchen Design Mistakes

2014 Kitchen Design Trends - Is Stainless Steel on its Way Out?

Open Concept Kitchens

90 Photos of Custom Home Kitchen

Contact Stanton Homes for floor plan ideas, to get a new home cost estimate, or find out more about building a custom home in North Carolina. 

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

What is a Universal Design Laundry Room? Trends for 50+ Housing

  
  
  

Universal Design for Your Laundry Room

Most Requested Laundry Room Features for 50+ Housing

As members of the 50+ Housing Council in Raleigh, one of the things we really look forward to is sharing universal design ideas from new home builders and interior design experts.

Laundry Room Universal Design Ideas

In today's market, where home owners are really focused on the areas of their homes where small changes can make a big difference, the importance of laundry room features is high on the list of "must haves."

 

Our most requested universal design ideas make laundry chores easier - through built-in convenience that costs a lot less when you plan ahead.

 

Location: Universal Design in the Laundry Room

Upstairs laundry rooms are increasingly popular, since that's where most clothes congregate.

But if the master suite is on the main floor, or you'd rather have the laundry room close to the kitchen, a more traditional first floor approach might work best for your lifestyle.

Size: Universal Design in the Laundry Room

A universal design laundry room should be large enough so that anyone can use it - including someone using a mobility device.

Universal Design Laundry Room | 50+ Housing Council | Raleigh New Homes

Even if you don't need that kind of accessibility now, if you plan to keep the house for a long period of time, having the capability allows for future needs - and increases flexibility for additional buyers if you decide to sell.

Plan to include 36" wide doorways and a 5 foot diameter open space in front of the washer and dryer where possible.

Floor plans can be adapted before a home is built, such as the plan to the right, where an additional 4" can be substituted for the traditional 2-8 drawn here.

If space is at a premium, a closet laundry can be tucked into a hallway as long as the hallway is wide enough (at least 4-0 but ideally a bit wider), and opened closet doors can allow access and maneuverability. But keep that laundry on the main floor for easy access.

Washer and Dryer Options - Universal Design in the Laundry Room

Front loading washers and dryers are today's biggest draw. Not only do they claim to clean better, but front loaders can also be loaded and unloaded more easily - even while seated. Be aware, however, that a standard front loading washer and dryer may still require excessive bending.

You may want to consider having your builder add a 12"-15" platform for the machines to sit on (like the one in this laundry room). 

Laundry Room Universal Design Ideas

Or you may consider purchasing a matching pedestal (like this Whirlpool set in red) to raise the equipment above the floor.  Almost every frontload washer and dryer has a platform option available.

Laundry Room Universal Design Ideas

Task Management - Universal Design in the Laundry Room

Many of today's laundry rooms are large enough to include a small countertop area. A popular option is to choose a 28 to 30" high countertop, designed for sitting while folding, in lieu of the standard height countertop that requires standing.

Laundry Room Universal Design Ideas

The countertop can be multiple heights (like the one pictured above), with a lower seating area, or the entire countertop can be dropped with a combination of specially designed base cabinets and knee space areas. Make sure those seating areas are at least 36" wide, though, for full accessibility.

Lighting - Universal Design in the Laundry Room

Laundry rooms tend to be windowless, so think carefully about the amount of light you'll need.

Laundry Room Universal Design Ideas

Consider motion detector lighting, for convenience when your arms are full, so the lights operate automatically when you come and go.

In a room with workstations, think about adding under-cabinet lighting or other supplemental lighting.  Flexible track lighting looks contemporary and can be a nice accent, particularly in a multiple use room.

Flooring - Universal Design in the Laundry Room

Laundry Room Universal Design Ideas

 

Choose a flooring that's easy to clean, and water resistant.

One of the latest trends is to incorporate Cork flooring, which is comfortable to stand on when ironing, and naturally water resistant.

Cork flooring can be considerably more expensive than most standard types of flooring, but it may be more affordable than you think since the room is typically one of the smallest in the home.

When you begin to plan your new home, talk to a new home builder experienced with universal design, who is flexible enough to meet your goals.

 

 

Universal Design Homes

Read more about universal design homes and commonly requested kitchen and laundry design features.

Stanton Homes builds new custom homes with universal design features throughout central North Carolina. Ask us what we can custom design/build for you.


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New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

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29 Tile Tub Ideas For Your Bathroom | Fuquay Varina New Homes

  
  
  

29 Tile Tub Ideas For Your Guest or Kids Bathroom

Fuquay-Varina New Homes

Adding a touch of tile to your secondary bathrooms - such as a guest suite bath or kids bath - can be a fairly cost-effective way to dress up the room with splashes of color, personality, and sophistication.

We've compiled a few dozen photographs of custom homes with tile tubs in the secondary baths to help guide you through the myriad tile color, texture, size, and design options available. Click here to see 29 tile tub idea photos.

Do you want a completely separated tub and shower in your secondary bathrooms, or tub/shower combination?

A separate tub and shower will require a bit more square footage in the bathroom.

In a separate tub and shower layout, the tile will generally extend 1-2 feet above the tub deck, with a bull nose or tile accent border. Here is an example of a separate tile tub and shower:

Tile Tub Ideas | Fuquay-Varina New Homes

A separate tub/shower layout can offer additional flexibility - especially for bathrooms that must cater to multiple age groups. If you have small children and guests who will share the same bathroom, you may consider the benefits of a separate (kids') tub and (adults') shower in one room.

Will a "Buddy bath" design come in handy, or do you want the shower, tub, toilet, and vanity all in the same room?

A buddy baths, or Jack and Jill bathrooms, are designed with multiple entrances. Typically, a buddy bath offers an outer room with the vanities and an inner room with the shower, tub, and toilet.

The hallway and bedroom each have separate access to this bathroom, which is divided into two rooms. The outer room contains a single sink vanity with a full wall of white cabinets. The inner room contains the tile tub / shower combination.

Tile Tub Ideas | Fuquay-Varina New Homes

See the tile tub surround in this bathroom, up-close. White and grey marble tile surrounds the tub, and brick pattern blue glass tile sweeps across the top. A bull nose marble accent lines the shower top.

Tile Tub Ideas | Fuquay-Varina New Homes

It's still easy to share a secondary bathroom - even when the vanity shares the same space as the tile tub, shower, and toilet.

In this Fuquay-Varina new home, a two sink vanity clearly marks a shared space. Kids can get ready for school together. Two sinks makes it easy to brush teeth, comb hair, and wash faces at the same time.

Tile Tub Ideas | Fuquay-Varina New Homes

Who will use the tile tub most often?

A tile tub surround can turn a regular bathroom into a relaxing retreat for your guests.

An alcove tub / shower combination turns this guest bathroom into a more luxurious space where marbelous bronze and white tile gives the look and feel of a spa.

Tile Tub Ideas | Fuquay-Varina New Homes

Get a better glimpse inside this tile tub, and see all its modern home touches:

Tile Tub Ideas | Fuquay-Varina New Homes

Here is another example of how to create an alcove tub layout in your secondary bathroom. This contemporary bath - designed for kids to continue using as they grow and their bathing preferences change - uses black bubble pattern tile and large white tiles.

Tile Tub Ideas | Fuquay-Varina New Homes

How can I save on costs, while still adding tile to my secondary bathroom?

Choosing to add a fiberglass tub and shower combo can save on costs, while still offering you a place to add tile to the bath.

Here is an example of how you can add tile above a tub-shower combo. The tub tile matches the pinwheel pattern floor tile.

Tile Tub Ideas | Fuquay-Varina New Homes

See another example of tile above the shower here:

 Tile Tub Ideas | Fuquay-Varina New Homes

 

When building a new home in Fuquay-Varina, or anywhere throughout central North Carolina, Stanton Homes can guide you through the entire process. From initial lot inspections and floor plan selections to our 18-month warranty, we've got you - and your family - covered.

Contact Stanton Homes for floor plan ideas, to get a new home cost estimate, or find out more about building a custom home in North Carolina.

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2014 Raleigh New Home Trends

New Home Exterior Styles from Craftsman to Contemporary

7 Ways to Create the Perfect Outdoor Living Space

Questions to ask before building a Multi Generational home

2014 Kitchen Design Trends - Is Stainless Steel on its Way Out?

90 Photos of Custom Home Kitchen

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

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Color Guide: How to Use Black in Your NC New Home Interior Design

  
  
  

Where to Use the Color Black

NC New Home Interior Design Using Black

 

The color black is cropping up in new ways in 2014 NC new homes - as a paint pigment, fixture finish, tile tone, and kitchen appliance color. 

The use of black makes a strong statement, as a color associated with luxury, elegance, and sophistication. See photos and get tips on how to add a touch of black to your NC new home, here.

Black Painted Walls

Most top designer blogs are boasting the benefits of black walls, ceilings, and doors.

In this mud room / laundry room / dog room combination, two walls are painted in a black chalk paint, designed for grocery and to-do lists.

NC New Home Design

Black Flooring Finishes

Black carpeting

Adding carpet is a great way to add color, texture, and warmth to a space. While you may want to stick with soothing carpet colors for your bedrooms - such as neutral patterns and cream designs - black carpets can make a statement of elegance in smaller spaces.

In this version of The Summerlyn, a black patterned carpet runner was added to the hardwood staircase. The bold black color stands out against creams, beiges, and browns. 

NC New Home Design

Black hardwood stain

In more contemporary home styles, buyers are choosing wood stains in with an ebony (ie very dark brown to black) finish.

NC New Home Design

Black Kitchen Design Ideas

There are many ways to integrate black features and finishes into your custom home kitchen. The three most popular places to add a splash of black are the tile back splash, granite counter tops, and appliances.

Black tile back splashes

We're seeing more black tiles within kitchen back splash selections - as a brick lay splash and as accents within a multi-tone mini mosaic design. 

NC New Home Design

 

Black counter tops

Whether the granite has a black pattern or solid black composition, black kitchen counter tops are popping up in more custom kitchens.

NC New Home Design

(See another home with entirely black counter tops here.)

Black kitchen sinks

While white sinks are popular in farmhouse and rustic kitchen designs, black sinks are a top request for contemporary and modern designs.

Custom Home Kitchen Design

Black kitchen appliances

Even though black appliances tend to cost a bit less than stainless steel appliances, some home owners are choosing them based on their color - not their lower price tag.

Especially in all white kitchens, black appliances are making an appearance in more 2014 custom homes.

Custom Home Kitchen Design

Black Master Suite Feature Design Ideas

A black counter top in this master closet island draws out the black knobs and levers throughout the master bath.

Black counter tops | NC New Home Design

 

Similar to the kitchen back splash, black tiles can be blended into a tile shower or tile bath.

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Black Accents in Secondary Rooms and Powder Rooms

Secondary rooms - such as the powder room - are great spaces to integrate black features.

In this secondary bath, a black granite pattern contains speckles of brown - used to tie in the cabinet and tile colors.

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A contemporary black vanity with glass front gives this powder room upscale appeal.

NC New Home Design

If you love light maple wood floors, consider paring them with ebony or black staircase railings. 

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Black lighting fixtures can be added to any room in your home - for a subtle touch of elegance. 

NC New Home Design

 

More 2014 Raleigh New Home Trends

New Home Exterior Styles from Craftsman to Contemporary

7 Ways to Create the Perfect Outdoor Living Space

Questions to ask before building a Multi Generational home

10 Biggest Kitchen Design Mistakes

2014 Kitchen Design Trends - Is Stainless Steel on its Way Out?

Open Concept Kitchens

90 Photos of Custom Home Kitchen

Contact Stanton Homes for floor plan ideas, to get a new home cost estimate, or find out more about building a custom home in North Carolina.

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

Article copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2014, all rights reserved.  Permission required for reprint or republish of any kind.   Provided for informational purposes only, no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of any statements.  Please note:  all listing information per MLS, and current as of posting date.  Information subject to change.

Metal Tile Backsplash Patterns | Apex Custom Homes

  
  
  

Tile Backsplash Patterns with Metal Tiles

Apex Custom Homes

While some contemporary home designs are integrating kitchen back splashes made of aluminum tile, stainless steel tile, or even colored tin, the use of subtle metal accent pieces and metallic toned tiles is much more popular trend.

Get ideas for your next kitchen back splash design - with these photos from Apex custom homes that use metal tile in the kitchen.

Metal Tile Back splash Idea #1: Oiled Bronze Medallions

This custom kitchen features a tile back splash composed of 4'' x 4'' light walnut tumbled travertine tiles.

Above the range, there is a tile mosaic composed of 2'' x 2'' Oiled Bronze red fern deco, a 4'' x 4'' Oiled bronze picture frame center, and a 1'' x 8'' Oiled bronze listello border.

Tile Backsplash Ideas for Behind the Range | Raleigh Custom Homes

Metal Tile Back splash Idea #2: Large Centerpiece

4'' x 4'' multicolored beige slate mosaic tiles coat these kitchen walls.

12'' x 12'' Murray River metals accent pieces rest above the sink and cook top. A 1'' x 4'' mosaic border in Copper Antique surrounds the metal accent pieces.

Tile Backsplash Ideas for Behind the Range | Raleigh Custom Homes

 Metal Tile Back splash Idea #3: Small Centerpiece

Sometimes, small metal tiles can be used as subtle accents, spaced evenly throughout the kitchen back splash.

A single 4'' x 4'' centerpiece pops above the range, and 1'' x 1'' metal tiles are spread within the ceramic tile back splash.

Tile Backsplash Ideas for Behind the Range | Tile Patterns

Metal Tile Back splash Idea #4: Metallic tile colors

Back splashes with a hint of metallic coloring can create a modern-industrial appeal.

This Apex custom home incorporates a glass and metal tile mosaic of whites, blacks, and metallic.

Tile Backsplash Ideas for Behind the Range | White and Black Tile Patterns

 Metal Tile Backs plash Idea #5: Metallic Stone

Stone that give a metallic shine can achieve a rustic-gone-modern kitchen design.

This back splash - in 6" x 24" Ledger stone - ranges in depth for a more authentic look and feel.

Tile Backsplash Ideas for Behind the Range | Stone Tile Basplash

 

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How to create an open concept home by using glass

  
  
  

Open Concept Home Designs

French Door Ideas

There are many home design techniques you can use to create an open concept floor plan - without having to increase your square footage or even necessarily re-arrange rooms.

Interior clear glass, or French, doors can offer a level of privacy - and noise control - while also making your home feel larger and more open.  French doors are a gorgeous addition to any room, and can be blended flawlessly into any space -- from the office to the master bathroom.

Interior French Doors

Interior French Doors come in three common configurations:  a single French door that is 48 inches wide by 80 inches tall; a set of double French doors that are each 48 X 80 inches each; and a set of double French doors that are 24 X 80 inches each.

Offices with French doors

French Doors Design Ideas | French Door Styles

This home office photo features standard size double French doors. If a photo of a French door shows three rows of window panes, you can assume it is a standard size door.

Master bedrooms and bathrooms with French doors

French Doors Design Ideas | French Door Styles

Custom homes can feature French doors in three distinct areas of the master bedroom: between the master bedroom and bathroom, the master bedroom and closet, and the master bedroom and outdoor living spaces. 

See an example of an exterior master suite French door below. 

Guest bedrooms and specialty rooms

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

To make a room feel even more open and bright, consider adding a transom window above the French door design - this will let more light in, and keep the room feeling softer.

Exterior French Doors

Exterior French doors come in a wide range of sizes, styles, and materials from composite wood to steel.

Dining areas and Breakfast nooks with exterior French doors

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

The breakfast room is the most common location for an interior French door. Typically, a breakfast room French door leads to a rear screen porch, deck, or patio. See an example from the exterior angle, here:

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

This exterior French door was chosen to blend seamlessly into the rows of windows along the sun room and great room of this home.

Great rooms with exterior French doors

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

This French door is tucked around the corner from the breakfast room, just inside the great room wall.

Keeping rooms with exterior French doors

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

This keeping room - located just off the kitchen - incorporates many custom home must-haves, including a second fireplace, built in bookcases, and archways.

Grand rooms with exterior French doors

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

This grand room would not be complete without the two sets of double doors, which draw tons of light through the two-sided fireplace.

Master Suites with exterior French doors

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

Here is an example of a master bedroom with French door access to outdoor living spaces.

Sun rooms with exterior French doors

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

We're seeing an uptick in sun room home requests - such as the one pictured here, with two walls of windows and a single French door to the rear deck.

Sliding Glass Doors

French Doors Design Ideas | French Door Styles

An alternative to exterior French Doors, some home buyers choose glass sliding doors. Folding glass doors are becoming a more popular trend - and we expect to see more folding glass doors and full glass walls in 2015 custom homes.

See over 70 more photos of French door style options - click here.

French Door Window Styles

There are three most popular French door window styles: grid, prairie grid, and no grid. See examples of each window style, below.

French Doors with Window Grids

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

The most common style of French door is a white door with window grids.

Prairie Grid Windows

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

Prairie grid windows are another popular choice for Raleigh custom homes. Some home buyers simply love the look of the 9 unequal panels; others want windows that can help create a sense of a larger living space - with less obstructed light shining through.

No Grid Windows

Open Concept Homes | French Door Design Ideas

No grid French doors are most common in contemporary or modern style homes.  As a side note - French doors are not necessarily a pair of doors, they are simply doors that consist mainly of glass.  Enjoy more photos here!

 

French Doors Design Ideabook - see over 70 more photos of French door style options - click here.

 

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Open Concept Kitchens

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Contact Stanton Homes for floor plan ideas, to get a new home cost estimate, or find out more about building a custom home in North Carolina.


Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

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Where to Place a Wall Sconce | Raleigh New Home Design Tips

  
  
  

How to Use a Wall Sconce

Sconces can be used as decorative accents or essential lighting solutions. See 8 locations to place a wall sconce - with example photos from Raleigh custom homes.

Sconces in the great room, above the fireplace

Lamp shade wall sconces accent the wainscot wall above the two-sided fireplace.

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips 2014The Summerlyn

Two-light sconces add visual height to this stone surround fireplace. A stained wood mantel draws out the brown tones in the sconces and stone.

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips 2014The Bostwick

Sconces on the fireplace

While sconces are an important source of lighting in your home, they can also be used as a decorative accent in unique places - such as the side of this see-through stone fireplace.

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips
The Bryson

Wall sconces inside archways or accent areas

Sconces also serve as a great source of ambient lighting. If you want to keep the room filled with soft light - such as during meal time - well-placed sconces can do the trick.

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips 2014The Judson

Wall sconces in a hallway or staircase

You can also use a sconce to add much-needed light a long hallway, staircase landing, or other tricky space that may otherwise be affected by shadows from your larger lighting fixtures.

In this home, a glass bowl sconce lights up the staircase landing.

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips 2014The Shoal Creek

Here is another example of a simple wall sconce placed above a staircase. In this home, a ceiling light would be located too high to be able to light the space. A single sconce provide enough lighting to navigate the staircase - even when the other lights are off.

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips 2014The Coventry

Wall sconces in the master bedroom

Sconces can replace bedside table lamps in the master suite, with personal on/off switches at bed height. 

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Raleigh New Home Design Tips

The Judson

Whether or not you love the idea of crafting an arched nook, wall sconces can delineate a clear space to place your bed within your master suite.

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips 2014The Country Manor

Wall sconces in the master bathroom

While you may typically see wall sconces mounted in pairs, this master bathroom features a single sconce placed to signal the soaking tub alcove.

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips 2014The Kelley

Tall mirrors will make your master bathroom feel larger, more open, and brighter. Dual wall sconces will give you the flexibility to add full-height mirrors.

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips

Wall sconces in the powder room

Guests in your home are almost guaranteed to see your powder room. If you are looking for cost-effective ways to dress up a secondary room or powder room, consider adding wall sconces.

Sconce designs range in designs that speak to everything from classic elegance to modern flair. Because powder rooms are typically quite small, you can feel free to go bananas with your design choices.

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips 2014The Carwile

Wall sconces in the bonus room, loft, or multi-use room

Similar to staircase or hallway spaces, multi-use rooms can also benefit from a discrete wall sconce, which will add just enough light to keep the room balanced. 

How to Use a Wall Sconce | Home Design Tips 2014The Treehouse

 

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Contact Stanton Homes for floor plan ideas, to get a new home cost estimate, or find out more about building a custom home in North Carolina.

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

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Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

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16 Master Bedroom Entrance Designs for Raleigh Custom Homes

  
  
  

16 Ways to Reach the Master Suite

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 1: White column entrance

These statement-making white columns create a grand master bedroom entrance.

All major living areas - including the formal dining room - have clear lines of sight to the master bedroom entrance, guaranteeing attention to this upscale design choice.

Master Bedroom Entrance Designs | Raleigh Custom Home BuildersThe Beaufort

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 2: Extra-large framed entrance

A framed entrance - sometimes called a "bump out" wall - can create a similar look to columns, while creating a more fluid appearance that blends the master bedroom entrance into the surrounding walls.  

Master Bedroom Entrance Designs | Raleigh Custom Home BuildersThe Christina

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 3: Archway entrance

If you want your master bedroom door to be off-set from the living room, a short arched hallway entrance will give you plenty of separation between rooms. 

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 4: Hidden master bedroom entrance

The staircase and master bedroom entrance are each hidden from view in this custom design/build floor plan.

Just around the corner from the living room, you can get a glimpse of the master entrance:

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 5: Private hall entrance

A private hallway leads to the entrance of this master bedroom.

Since the master doorway is out of sight from all main living areas, subtle wall sconces highlight the suite from the inside.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

Here is the floor plan for this home - a version of the Sutherland, Alan Mascord floor plan design. You can see how long this master bedroom hallway is, compared to master suites located just off the living room.

 

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home BuildersMaster Bedroom Entrance Design 6: Barrel vault hallway entrance

A custom barrel vault hallway leads the way to this master suite.

The hallway mimics the barrel vault foyer, creating an eye-pleasing continuity of design.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 7: Double entry doors

A two door design leads into this master bedroom - with a built-in art niche visible to the main living areas.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

 

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 8: Arched hallway to dual door entrance

An arched entrance leads to a short hallway - creating a intricately beautiful entrance.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

See the master bedroom double doors, up close:

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders Just inside the master suite, an art niche is painted in an accent gray, to offset the arched detailing.

 

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 9: Art niche hallway

While an art niche is located inside two of master suites above, this art nook takes center stage in the angled hallway leading to the master.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 10: Beside the laundry room

A second floor laundry room is a top request in homes with all bedrooms located upstairs.

In this design/build Stanton Home, the master suite entrance is just feet from the laundry room, making your daily chores much easier.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 11: Portico design

A portico-style entrance with hanging light leads to the master suite in this Raleigh custom home.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders 

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 12: Step-up entry

Varying your ceiling height is a design technique custom home builders use to subtly create more interest. 

A raised ceiling on the first floor creates a step-up room on the second floor. In this home, the master suite has a step up entry - making it stand out above the loft.

The hardwood step matches the staircase design. 

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders 

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 13: Simple single door entrance

A single door entrance is a simpler design - often found in homes with the master suite located on the second floor - is ideal for those who want to de-emphasize the master suite location on the first floor.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 14: Aging in Place and wheelchair accessible

This master suite is fully handicapped accessible, with a widened doorway designed for easy wheelchair entry.

No matter what aging in place features you're looking for, Stanton Homes has the knowledge, expertise, and experience to build you a home to suit your lifestyle and needs.

See photo galleries of Raleigh accessible homes - click here.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 15: Arched opening

An arched opening leads to the master suite in this Frank Betz floor plan.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders

Master Bedroom Entrance Design 16: Beside a pocket office or built-in desk

A small alcove hosts the master suite entrance and a built-in desk - each tucked out of view from central living areas.


This modern floor plan design integrates work and home spaces - with the master bedroom just feet from a built-in work zone.

Master Bedroom Entrance Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home Builders 

 

Raleigh Custom Home Trends:

Bonus room uses in a new home

10 Powder room layouts for small spaces

Types of fireplaces for new home design

12 Small Front Porches

Most popular home exterior styles - from contemporary to craftsman

90 Photos of Custom Home Kitchens

Contact Stanton Homes for floor plan ideas, to get a new home cost estimate, or find out more about building a custom home in North Carolina.

Stanton Homes helps ensure your new home is just what you're looking for. 

New Homes Raleigh NC - New Home Raleigh - Raleigh NC New Homes - New Home Raleigh NCHundreds of locations. Thousands of floor plans. Extraordinary custom design build options. And our in-house architectural design work (and interior designer expertise) comes as part of your custom home package, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

Finding Your New Home in the Raleigh Area

Call 919-278-8070 or visit www.StantonHomes.com to find out more about new custom homes in the Raleigh area today. 

Custom Home Floor Plans | NC Custom Home Builders | Floor Plan Options Floor Plan Price | Raleigh New Home Cost | Custom Home Cost Estimate Floor Plan Ideas | Floor Plan Styles | Custom Home Floor Plans Raleigh New Home Lots | Custom Home Lots for Sale | New Home Lots Raleigh NC

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