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Pre-sale new home in Chatham Forest

Posted by Stanton Homes on Sat, Dec 29, 2018 @ 06:12 AM

Walk to downtown Pittsboro from your brand new Stanton Home in Chatham Forest

Choose your selections now for this new home to be constructed from the ground up in the Chatham Forest neighborhood in Pittsboro, NC. 

 

Pre-sale Chatham Forest

 
Chatham Forest floor plan
 
This new four bedroom home with the master suite on the main floor has an open floor plan that has a big kitchen with an island and huge loft/bonus room upstairs. Hardwood floors. Granite countertops. Energy Efficiency. And a lot more. 
 
Walk to downtown Pittsboro!
 
This family-friendly neighborhood has a playground and common area for outdoor enjoyment.
 
This beautiful Stanton Home will start construction soon, at only $486,000.
 
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Ready to move in? Check out this new Stanton Home in Pittsboro - The Mackinaw

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Ready to move in? Check out this new Stanton Home in Pittsboro - The Glenview

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21 More Fireplaces - Photos of fireplaces with Stone or Brick

Posted by Stanton Homes on Thu, Dec 27, 2018 @ 12:12 PM

21 Top trending stone fireplaces and brick fireplaces for 2019

Click on fireplace photos to see hundreds of additional custom home pictures.

#1 Stone Fireplace: The light colored stone and flagstone chosen for this high topped fireplace blends with a simplistic wood mantle. The coffered ceiling, solid oak flooring and blend of stained and white cabinetry in the kitchen complete the coordinated look.

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#2 Stone Fireplace: This custom designed fireplace combines a beautiful stone arch with a hand built wood mantle and flagstone hearth. Wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling shelving further emphasizes the entertainment purpose. Massive windows and Craftsman features wrap the Great Room in additional artistry.

#3 Brick Fireplace with that melds seamlessly with the all brick home: This see-through fireplace gives warmth to this massive screen porch with a concrete floor for year-round usability. Three sets of French Doors provide exceptional flow-through.

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 #4 Stone Fireplace: This see-through fireplace defines space as a go-between for the biggest gathering areas in the home. The fan in the massive trey ceiling reflects the solid oak hardwood floor and oak stair steps and railing, for a cohesive look.

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#5 Stone Fireplace: This stacked stone surround for this see-through fireplace is designed to draw attention to the extended living area in the screen porch beyond the wall of windows. The dual nature of the fireplace entices gatherings inside and out.

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 #6 Brick Fireplace: This brick fireplace has a hand-sawed log from the property as its mantle, creating a truly unique fireplace with personal meaning. A wall of storage cubbies and cabinets completes this entertainment area.

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#7 Stone Fireplace: This see-through fireplace provides an inviting place to sit around in this huge screen porch all year long. Windows on either side enable those in the outside to see what's happening inside, too.

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#8 Brick Fireplace: The brick surround for this modern fireplace is replicated in the brick wall behind the bar in this basement entertainment floor. The wood-look tile floor, extensive lighting and light and dark grey palate provides contrast. A built-in wine rack completes the decor. 

#9 Stone Fireplace: This see-through fireplace is framed in stacked stone to the ceiling that defines the Dining Room and Great Room. The stone work is repeated on either side of a wall of windows as well as the entrance to this custom home. A coffered ceiling and floor to ceiling wainscoting add interest to this open floor plan.

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#10 Stone Fireplace: This stone stacked fireplace has a cedar mantle balanced by cedar trim around the wall of windows. There is more cedar trim in the kitchen and more stacked stone on the dining room wall and the exterior of the home, providing a theme throughout this custom home. 

#11 Stone Fireplace: This stacked stone is two stories high - a towering effect for this Great Room. A simple wood mantle and flagstone hearth complete the fireplace. Lots of natural light helps spotlight this masterpiece.

#12 Stone Fireplace: This stone fireplace is surrounded by additional stone features in this custom designed home. From the archway at the edge of the Great Room to the stone column in the Kitchen, a tile floor throughout connects the theme.

#13 Stone Fireplace: This see-through stacked stone fireplace defines the Dining Room. The hand-built mantle stretches around the corner with artistic appeal. A coffered ceiling and modern chandelier add to formality.

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#14 Stone Fireplace: This classic fireplace combines subtle stone work surround with a detailed white mantle and columns that add formality. A Stone hearth completes the setting. The color palate of the surrounding rooms are created from the color hues in the stone.

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#15 Stone Fireplace: This stone work provides the feel of a mountain home, in a totally different application and appearance than typical stone fireplaces. The Great Room setting further emphasizes the theme with a wood ceiling, wood floor, and entire wall of cabinetry storage.

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#16 Stone Fireplace: This fireplace with a stone surround is placed in a setting of artistic elements such as the cable rails on the overlook above. Additional cable rails can be seen through the windows of this room, along the upper deck outside. 

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#17 Brick Fireplace: This fireplace is set into a brick wall in the Great Room of this custom designed home. Artistic elements abound, from the hanging lights to the dramatic overlook. A touch of blue makes the Island stand out as a gathering place, with close proximity to the warmth of the fireplace.

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#18 Stone Fireplace: The white stone surround of this fireplace provides a light and airy feel to the Great Room of this custom home. A coffered ceiling with a center fan and solid oak hardwood flooring frame the fireplace with the help of big windows. The Kitchen is close by, for convenience.

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#19 Stone Fireplace: Stacked stone to the ceiling says that this fireplace is the center point of the home. Tones in the rock are reflected in the surrounding colors on walls, Kitchen tile back splash, and granite. Oak Hardwood flooring stain was chosen in tandem with the fan above.

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#20 Stone Fireplace: This screen porch fireplace reflects the look of nature, with its stacked stone surround, Wood crafted design above and across the stained beadboard ceiling. A fan above circulates air year-round. A very appealing outdoor living area!

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#21 Stone Fireplace: This floor to ceiling stone work encases the fireplace in this dramatically lit room. Cabinetry across the wall adds to the entertainment possibilities. Wood-look tile flooring completes the appeal of this estate home retreat room.

 

More 2019 New Home Trends in NC

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22 Walls of Windows - Custom Home top request for 2019

Posted by Stanton Homes on Fri, Dec 14, 2018 @ 13:12 PM

Window Designs and Photos of 22 Walls of Windows Trending for 2019

Walls of Windows are the #2 Top Request for Custom Homes in NC

Here are 22 Walls of Windows trending for 2019 in the Raleigh region. 

Massive walls of windows that let in natural light are one of the top reasons homebuyers choose to build a custom home. Production homes and existing homes that were not built recently typically have only a fraction of the window coverage of a custom home. Take a look at these 23 approaches to adding extra windows throughout your new home:

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#1 Wall of Windows - Two story wall of solid glass

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This massive wall of windows is set in wood framed sections bolstered by steel commercial structure. The bottom windows open. Flooring is wood-look tile. A stone wrap surrounds the window wall. Beams overhead complete the design. This viewpoint is from a balcony overlook.

#2 Wall of Windows - Gathering Areas

This photo illustrates two walls of windows, stretching across this Great Room and Breakfast Room within full view from the Kitchen. The Kitchen Island here is the center point for gathering, with the fireplace to the right with a floor to ceiling tile surround another focal point.

#3 Wall of Windows - Country Estate 

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There are multiple walls of windows in this 3 story Country Estate home. Natural light influence is a big part of this custom home design, including double sliding glass doors leading to the upper deck.

#4 Wall of Windows - Main Living Areas

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This is another great example of wrapping the Great Room and Breakfast Room in walls of windows within view of the Kitchen. The natural light that streams in through all this glass makes all of the main floor gathering areas brighter.

#5 Wall of Windows - Master Suite Retreat

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This Master Suite Retreat takes advantage of the views, with walls of windows across the Bedroom Suite and Sitting Room. The wall color has a natural tone, following the theme of reflecting nature. Hardwoods are solid oak flooring.

#6 Wall of Windows - Castle rotunda

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This all-brick custom home has a wall of windows across the tower rotunda in the back. As you can see in this photo, there are a lot of other big windows that further expand the classic elegance of this estate home.

#7 Wall of Windows - Library

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These bookcases are built within a wall of windows, so that this Library can be filled with light and wonder. What a great way to enjoy a good book - with wide open views on all sides.

#8 Wall of Windows - To the Rooftop

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These Walls of Windows take advantage of spectacular views. The Great Room is filled to the ceiling with windows, which keeps on going across the entire back of the home with more picture windows and glass doors. Natural light, and all the sights.

#9 Wall of Windows - Transoms

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The transoms tucked over the top of windows in the Great Room provide a wall of windows up to the 9 foot ceiling. More glass windows and a door to the Screen Porch extend the sunshine.

#10 Wall of Windows - One Room to the Next

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The Wall of Windows in this Great Room rise to the 11 foot ceiling with transoms. Adjacent, the wall of windows in the Breakfast Room rise to a 9 foot ceiling. Stonework denotes a formal area. Changing shades of paint provide room definition. 

#11 Wall of Windows - Double Sliding Glass Doors

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These double sliding glass doors take the place of windows, with a welcoming transition for indoor/outdoor living. The overall effect is like a Wall of Windows, with increased natural light as well as easy access. 

#12 Wall of Windows - Sun Room

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What could be more fitting for a Wall of Windows than a Sun Room? Soak it up, with windows all the way around the entire room, including glass French Doors leading into the Sun Room from the Great Room. Top it off with these sunny yellow walls!

#13 Wall of Windows - Two Stories and a Curve

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This curved Wall of Windows is stunning. Subtle rounding of the wall adds elegance. The massive amount of glass bathes all the main gathering areas of the home with natural light. Sculpted columns nearby are exclamation points for this work of art.

#14 Wall of Windows - on an Accent Wall

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This simple approach to a Wall of Windows with transoms over the top of picture windows is enhanced with the ribbon of color in its accent wall, which draws the eye around the corner as the sky blue wall wraps around more big windows.   

#15 Wall of Windows - Estate Home

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This custom estate home has so many walls of windows it required commercial framing. The intent was views from every portion of the home, and an endless array of natural lighting. All goals are a success.

#16 Wall of Windows - Subtle Curve with Big Impact

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The subtle curve in this Wall of Windows tucked into an alcove adds interest to the Great Room. A touch of color to the walls pulls the the rest of the room together. Custom cutouts allow for future cabinetry, at the homeowner's request.

#17 Wall of Windows - Enhancing Outdoor Living 

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Another example of a curved Wall of Windows. Everyone enjoying the outdoor setting on the deck can feel connected to what's happening inside, with windows setting the tone for indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Great views don't just happen in one direction.

#18 Wall of Windows - 2 Story Cedar Wrapped Picture Windows

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These huge picture windows make a bold statement - 2 stories high. Cedar framing is replicated on the fireplace and Kitchen, as part of the custom designed theme for this home. Stacked rock surround and solid oak hardwood flooring complete the room.

#19 Wall of Windows - Capturing Light through the Screen Porch

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When Great Room windows have a Screen Porch on the other side, an 11 foot ceiling allows for more light to shine through, with transoms, like this Wall of Windows framing the fireplace. It also expands the open floor plan feel.

#20 Wall of Windows - Reflecting the Roofline

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The massive Wall of Windows on this new home in NC emphasizes the roofline, with custom windows shaped to follow the architectural design. The walk-out basement beneath also emphasizes the appeal of natural light.

#22 Wall of Windows - Master Suite

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The Wall of Windows in this Master Suite provides a light and airy feel to the room. The double trey ceiling above extends that openness. Glass French Doors to the private deck and Screen Porch beyond add even more access to outdoors. 

#22 Wall of Windows - Doors and Windows Everywhere

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The Wall of Windows in the eating area beyond this Kitchen are brighter with transoms. And take a look at how glass doors and picture windows are heightened by curved windows above, for a formal look to the transition of indoor/outdoor living.

More 2019 New Home Trends in NC

19 Hot Fireplaces Trending for 2019

19 Trending Trey Ceilings

14 Screen Porches for New Homes in NC

7 Multi-gen homes designed for privacy

9 Big Showers for Two in the Master Suite Bathroom

 

More Chatham County New Homes | Custom Home Builder NC Options

 

Make appointment to see available Stanton Homes

 

Ready to move in? Check out the Mackinaw

 

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Ready to move in? The Glenview is Gorgeous

 

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Screen Porches Trending for 2019 [14 Photos of Screen Porch Designs in NC]

Posted by Stanton Homes on Sun, Dec 09, 2018 @ 12:12 PM

See 14 screen porches (click on photos to see inside the homes, too)     

Enjoy indoor/outdoor living year-round with a screen porch to keep things cozy. Here are 21 photos of Screen Porches designed and built by Stanton Homes, to give you more ideas for your custom home, with entertainment space under the roof: 

Screen Porch Design #1 - Dual stairways provide free flow in two directions to the back yard for this family-sized screen porch. Screen porches like this can be adapted to fit just about any custom home by a custom home builder in North Carolina.

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Screen Porch Design #2 - This huge Treehouse Screen Porch offers birds-eye views of wooded acreage. A stairway to the back yard has a landing in the middle, to ease the way down. The beadboard ceiling is tinted to match the color scheme of this custom home in Chatham County.

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Screen Porch Design #3 - Ceiling fans help circulate fresh air in big screen porches like this. The choice here of a wide plank white ceiling gives a more formal look to outdoor living. Screening on all exterior walls as well as under the floor boards helps keep insects on the outside.

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Screen Porch Design #4 - This huge screen porch was designed in conjunction with a patio below that provides the perfect place for grilling for outdoor eating on this expansive entertainment area.  Fresh air and wide open views add enjoyment.

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Screen Porch Design #5 - Expansive space including a high ceiling gives this massive screen porch the ability to host indoor/outdoor activities with as much room to maneuver as the gathering areas inside this custom home.

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Screen Porch Design #6 - The spaciousness of this huge screen porch is even more expansive with the high ceiling that follows the roofline. A deck beyond carries outdoor living around the side of the home as well as down into the property.

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Screen Porch Design #7 - This high top screen porch adds artistry to this new home in Orange County designed by the homeowners with their custom home builder. The extended screened room walls heighten elegance for this intimate outdoor living space.

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Screen Porch Design #8 - This massive screen porch is almost like having a basement - with a breeze. The concrete flooring in place of decking extends the home's foundation. The see-through fireplace and three sets of glass French doors invite flow-through for large gatherings.

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Screen Porch Design #9 - Small back yard? Extend its usability with a big screen porch like this custom home in Apex, NC. The huge fan with light set into a high ceiling expands versatility for long hours of protected outdoor living.

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Screen Porch Design #10 - Custom homes often carry the roofline across the screen porch like this, so the enclosed screen room feels like it's an integral part of the custom home design. A ceiling fan lengthens indoor/outdoor enjoyment.

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Screen Porch Design #11 - The grandeur of this custom designed screen room with extensive upper decking and a massive ceiling fan steeps this ultimate screen porch with the luxury of a Grand Lodge.

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Screen Porch Design #12 - Practical and simplistic, this screen porch pairs up with the patio below for family entertainment. A wooden staircase joins the two levels of outdoor living. A beadboard ceiling completes detail work with the perfect cover story.

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Screen Porch Design #13 - When outdoor living is a big emphasis in your lifestyle, this tucked in Screen Porch in accompaniment to a massive wood deck is a great way to enjoy year-long enjoyment of fresh air activities.

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Screen Porch Design #14 - The see-through fireplace in this screen porch makes this indoor/outdoor entertainment screen room attractive all winter long. Beautiful stonework and a wall of windows further enhances the welcoming appeal.

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More New Custom Home Trends for 2019

19 Hot Fireplaces Trending for 2019

12 Big Kitchen Islands

19 Trending Trey Ceilings

7 Multi-gen homes designed for privacy

9 Big Showers for Two in the Master Suite Bathroom

 

Raleigh North Carolina Region New Homes | Custom Home Builder NC Options

 

Make appointment to see available Stanton Homes

 

Ready to move in? Check out the Mackinaw

 

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Ready to move in? The Glenview is Gorgeous

 

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Help Finding a Floor Plan that Fits your Lifestyle

 

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Beautiful new home ready for move-in - see the Mackinaw now in Pittsboro!

Posted by Stanton Homes on Sun, Dec 09, 2018 @ 10:12 AM

Modern Farmhouse new home ready for move-in

Gorgeous new family home on 2+ acres in Pittsboro

Chatham County custom home neighborhood

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This beautiful Modern Farmhouse, The Mackinaw, is designed for family, with 3,475 sq ft, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, main floor master, first floor guest, bonus room, media room, and loft on 2+ wooded acres in a custom home neighborhood in Pittsboro NC.

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Brick steps, brick foundation surround, board and batt details: Welcome Home.

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The big front porch on the Mackinaw has beadboard ceiling with inset can lights, brick edging, white painted railing, and lots of space to sit outside under roof to enjoy the wooded lot and neighborhood views.

Come on in!

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From the moment you step into the Mackinaw you'll feel the spaciousness and comfort of solid oak hardwoods, oak handrails, wrought iron railing, chair rail and wainscoting in the Entry and Dining Room and the big open space of the Great Room beyond.

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 The two story entry has a tier ceiling and window for more natural light over the top.

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The stairway location is set off from the entry, with easy access and layout appeal. Note the detail work on the stairway - from wall sconces to oak and wrought iron. 

Check out this Amazing Kitchen!

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The gorgeous Sous Chef Kitchen has a massive granite topped Big Kitchen Island with tuck under seating. 

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Recessed can lights, pendant lights over the Island, under counter lighting, and lots of adjacent windows light up everything about this Kitchen. Appliances are stainless steel, including a double wall oven, microwave and energy saving dishwasher.

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The gas cooktop with hood is surrounded by Premium 42 inch overhead cabinetry, granite countertops, massive drawers and cupboards with soft close doors and drawers, and under cabinet lighting. 

The ultimate open floor plan!

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The open floor plan in the Mackinaw feels even bigger with an entire wall of windows across the expansive Great Room - and more beyond. Your family and friends have plenty of room to spread out and enjoy this gathering area. With a ceiling fan above and site finished real oak hardwood flooring and a hand-built mantle encasing the tile surround fireplace, this home was designed for comfort.

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The gorgeous fireplace with tile surround and hand-built mantle in the Great Room - followed by a treehouse-view screen porch beyond is one of the focal points of the gathering area. Solid oak hardwood flooring is in all of the general living areas.

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The huge Great Room is designed for big gatherings within easy reach of the Kitchen.

Formal Dining Room in a perfect setting

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The formal Dining Room has a trey ceiling with a ribbon of color that emphasizes layering, several windows that light up the room, wainscoting, chair rail, two piece crown molding, and solid oak hardwood flooring.

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The door way to the Kitchen from the Dining Room has a barrel vault ceiling, for additional interest and formality.

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Tucked in between the Kitchen and Dining Room for easy access, a big walk-in pantry has a barn door for even more usability and appeal.

 Master Suite Retreat with built in entertainment center

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Ask what comes included in the built in entertainment center in this Master Suite Retreat! 

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The Master Suite Retreat is loaded with windows, with wonderful views and natural light.

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There are two closets in the Master Suite Retreat, with lots of storage! (All wood shelves, just like in the rest of the home.)

Master Suite Bathroom with personal spaces designed for relaxation

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There are two full vanities in the Master Suite bath, and a glorious standing tub with natural light to enhance the bathing experience.

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 The vanities have granite countertops, oval sinks and beautiful faucets.

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 A separate shower is located away from the tub, next to the second vanity.

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The master shower is all tile, with a cobblestone floor and built in bench and cubbies.

Practical Laundry Room 

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The laundry room has premium cabinetry with soft close doors and drawers, with two full 42 inch upper cabinets and a lower cabinet with folding counter. The floor is tile, like all the bathrooms in the home.

Big Screen Porch with a fabulous view

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The huge screen porch has a fan in the beadboard raised ceiling and screen on all the outside walls as well as under the decking. Views take advantage of the big yard, with other custom homes in the neighborhood far enough away for privacy.

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The back of the home is just as beautiful as the front, with big windows, hardi exterior, screen porch, and access into the yard.

 

The amazing energy efficiency built into this Stanton Home is independently certified - just wait until you see what this means for lower heating and cooling bills.

Call 919 800 1703 for more information.

 

48 Arbor Lane, Pittsboro - 2.1 Wooded Acres

$565,000

3475 Sq Ft | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Baths

 

Make an appointment to see this new home!

 

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12 Trending Big Kitchen Islands for 2019

Posted by Stanton Homes on Sun, Dec 09, 2018 @ 09:12 AM

Photos of 12 Big Kitchen Islands Trending for 2019

Big Kitchen Islands are the #1 Request for Custom Homes in NC

Here are 12 Big Kitchen Islands trending for 2019, designed and built in custom homes in North Carolina by Stanton Homes.

Gathering around a Kitchen Island is the most popular place for friends and family to hang out at home - see why, in these 12 photos of custom home islands in the kitchen.

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#1 Big Kitchen Island - Center sink, central storage

This Big Kitchen Island is framed with walnut cabinetry with a beautiful furniture finish, with easy access to storage from the Kitchen and Great Room. 

The Kitchen Island sink with adjacent dishwasher access allows for easy interactions while taking care of tasks.

 

#2 Big Kitchen Island - Sous Chef

This Chef's Kitchen is designed for entertainment, with a Big Kitchen Island as the centerpiece. The stained furniture-style cabinetry allows for spacious storage under the Kitchen Island.

A veggie sink tucked into the corner provides convenience, backed by lots of space to spread out. A microwave is set under the Kitchen Island countertop. 

 

#3 Big Kitchen Island - Bold Personality

This stunning granite countertop with gold and brown veins draws even more attention to this Big Kitchen Island. When you work with a custom home builder in NC, you can set your veggie sink wherever you want it - like this corner spot.

Tuck bar stools under the countertop, away from traffic flow. 

 

#4 Big Kitchen Island - with a Little Kitchen Island 

This estate home's Chef's Kitchen has a Big Kitchen Island - with a sink, dual level bar with seating and cabinetry, and a Little Kitchen Island, with a microwave tucked underneath. 

The two Kitchen Islands are integral to the efficient Kitchen layout in the photo above, which was custom designed to be both aesthetic and functional. 

 

#5 Big Kitchen Island - Ultimate Open Space

This custom designed Kitchen takes open space seriously, with a Big Kitchen Island artistically angled for more flow-through. Maple hardwood flooring and maple finish wood cabinetry set a light tone, topped by dark granite with light marbling. 

Bar style seating at the back, cabinetry storage shelving on the front, and a full size sink set across from the microwave complete the layout.

 

#6 Big Kitchen Island - Old World Influence

This Big Kitchen Island designed with rich elegance including ornate legs and a custom shaped quartz countertop compliments this luxury Kitchen with its furniture finished premium cabinetry of wood and glass, stacked stone walls, mosaic tile over the range, beams overhead, and a color and texture blend throughout that makes this Kitchen Island stand out even more.

A seating bar and full size sink top the deep storage cabinets accessed from the front.

 

#7 Big Kitchen Island - Stretch Limo

A Big Kitchen Island can be tucked into a narrow kitchen by extending the length and tightening the width, for a practical result filled with purpose. This f10' long countertop is unencumbered with sinks or appliances, making it a very usable surface.

A short peninsula and built in shelving at the edges of the Kitchen add even more storage. The light color tones chosen from tile backsplash to countertop and cabinetry are set against a walnut stained floor.

 

#8 Big Kitchen Island - Classic Provincial

The formal intent of this Estate Home Kitchen is evident from the furniture-style pantry to the wood-look tile floor and the Big Kitchen Island. The blend of dark and light add classic appeal, from the listello accents in the tile backsplash to the stain and quartz choices.

Veggie sink at the end across from the full sink, stove and wall ovens gives triangular work space. Cabinetry all around provides a combination of drawers and cupboards.

 

#9 Big Kitchen Island - Open Floor Plan

This classic black and white Kitchen has a Big Kitchen Island as the centerpiece, with a wide open surface that sets the tone of the open floor plan. A seating bar at the back provides even more flexibility for this effective approach to big gatherings.

The white tile backsplash continues the theme of simplicity, with traditional premium cabinetry placements that can blend with any architectural decor choice.

 

#10 Big Kitchen Island - Strikingly Beautiful

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This Big Kitchen Island provides a huge surface to gather around for work and play. With the biggest granite top possible without a seam and tuck-under seating at the back the only thing better than its size is its beautiful black and white marbling.

This Kitchen is filled with light, from can lights overhead to under the cabinet lighting, a big window over the sink, and a wall of windows to the side. 

Ask about availability to move in now to this gorgeous new home, the Glenview, in Pittsboro, NC. See below for more information.

 

#11 Big Kitchen Island - Grand Lodge

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This Big Kitchen Island looks like a movie set, with extravagant details throughout. Designed to be a focal point in this stunning estate home, it vies with one-of-a-kind features throughout the custom home. Wood beams overhead in the Kitchen provide stark contrast to the white coffered ceiling beyond. 

The custom cut curved quartz countertop is embraced by carved wood footings and space for everyone to gather. Tile flooring replicating a wood grained effect ties multiple rooms together.

 

#12 Big Kitchen Island - Massive Matrix

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This Big Kitchen Island is designed to be the most important piece of furniture in the room. With the biggest quartz surface possible, a veggie sink next to the microwave tucked under the countertop, and lots of storage, this Big Kitchen Island makes a bold statement for practicality.

Note the blend of light and dark premium cabinetry, and the generous big drawers for easy access to everything. This Big Kitchen Island is the center of attention in a wide open floor plan with beautiful features in every direction, across wood-look tile.

 

More 2019 New Home Trends in NC

19 Hot Fireplaces Trending for 2019

19 Trending Trey Ceilings

14 Screen Porches for New Homes in NC

7 Multi-gen homes designed for privacy

9 Big Showers for Two in the Master Suite Bathroom

 

More Chatham County New Homes | Custom Home Builder NC Options

 

Make appointment to see available Stanton Homes

 

Ready to move in? Check out the Mackinaw

 

AT1RGS4w

 

Ready to move in? The Glenview is Gorgeous

 

GlenviewExterior

 

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19 Trending Trey Ceilings for New Homes in 2019

Posted by Stanton Homes on Thu, Dec 06, 2018 @ 11:12 AM

Shapes, designs, and photos of 19 Trey Ceiling Designs

Top trey ceilings in NC New Homes

Here's how Trey Ceilings are shaping up for 2019 in new homes - with octagonal, box, step, and double step Trey Ceiling styles.

What rooms do Trey Ceilings go in? Custom home builders in NC can build a Trey Ceiling into just about any room in your new home. The rooms chosen most often for Trey Ceilings are master bedrooms and formal dining rooms. 

What Trey Ceiling styles are the most popular? Step, shallow step, vaulted, octagonal, angled, and single box Trey Ceilings are trending for 2019.

Click on photos of these Trey Ceilings to see more pictures.

 

Trey Ceiling Design #1 - This Dining Room has a Trey Ceiling shaped to match the contours of the room, with a grey and white theme, site finished oak flooring, and wainscoting to complete the formality.

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Trey Ceiling Design #2 - The trey ceiling in this Chapel Hill new home has sculpted corners to add artistry. Arched entrances and full wall wainscoting add graciousness to this Formal Dining Room. 

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Trey Ceiling Design #3 - This Formal Dining Room is wrapped in warm brown and white, with lots of natural light, custom designed wainscoting, and a ribbon octagonal Trey Ceiling.

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Trey Ceiling Design #4 - Double Trey Ceilings like this are popular in Master Suite Bedrooms. Here the softness of baby blue ribbon emphasizes the layering look and blends the ceiling with the walls. 

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Trey Ceiling Design #5 - This Double Trey Ceiling in the Master Suite Bedroom emphasizes the grand dimension of this spacious retreat. The blend of earth tones and white gives the setting a serene feel.   

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Trey Ceiling Design #6 - A few shades darker, this deep brown Master Suite Bedroom draws the eye to white steps in the Double Trey Ceiling. The raised height in this ceiling allows the depth of the tiers to be taller, adding a dramatic element. 

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Trey Ceiling Design #7 - The Deep Trey Ceiling design selected for this Master Suite Bedroom creates a crowning effect of sophistication. A wall of windows and glass door to the the patio add lots of natural light that further enhances a feeling of spaciousness.

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Trey Ceiling Design #8 - This Master Suite Bedroom white Trey Ceiling has two layers, accented with crown molding. The Sitting Area tucked in at the back of the room has its own little niche, behind the trey.

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Trey Ceiling Design #9 - Here's another approach to a multi-layer Trey Ceiling, in this Master Suite Bedroom bold with personality. Bright yellow and white layers make the room sunny and bright, while emphasizing the design's intricate tiers.

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Trey Ceiling Design #10 - Flirtatious romance can be created with multiple layers in the Trey Ceiling, like this Master Suite Retreat. Your color palette choice in a custom home can follow your imagination - whimsy, daring or conventional. 

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Trey Ceiling Design #11 - The classic look to this Formal Dining Room Trey Ceiling reflects elegance, with a welcoming openness and simplistic design that compliments expansive windows, massive archway entrances, chair rail trim, and hardwoods.

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Trey Ceiling Design #12 - Frame your Formal Dining Room with a Vertical Trey Ceiling like this to provide balance with your favorite wainscoting design. Color adds dimension, while white adds formality.

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Trey Ceiling Design #13 - Create character in your Kitchen, with a huge Trey Ceiling across the entire room. What an unexpected way to prioritize the importance of this Chef's Kitchen. 

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Trey Ceiling Design #14 - Keep it simple, with a basic Trey Ceiling with just a touch of color in the ribbon effect seen here. It's a great way to emphasize informality. The light green walls inspire a comfortable, casual purpose for this Dining Room.

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Trey Ceiling Design #15 - This Angled Trey Ceiling makes a statement as the crowning touch to a Formal Dining Room. Serving as a tie-together with incredibly detailed trim work, strategically placed arched windows and an art niche, this Trey Ceiling is the exclamation point.

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Trey Ceiling Design #16 - Give your Dining Room designer appeal, with a multi-layered octagonal trey ceiling accented by bands of color like this new home in Chatham County. Deep green and white color combinations with expansive archway openings provide a formal wrap to the room.

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Trey Ceiling Design #17 - When the emphasis is on the archways, you might want to opt for an all-white Octagonal Trey Ceiling in the Formal Dining Room. This subtle elegance element provides formality, without detracting from the artistry.

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Trey Ceiling Design #18Simple and sweet, this Master Suite Bedroom is topped with a Trey Ceiling with a ribbon of yellow to match the walls. A Sitting Alcove beckons just beyond.

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Trey Ceiling Design #19 - When you enter your Formal Dining Room through the wide swoop of this dramatic arched entry, the bold red and white of this traditional Dining Room provides rich elegance reflected throughout.

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When you enter your dining room through the wide swoop of this dramatic arched entry, the bold red and white of this traditional dining room reflects confidence. When there's that much going on in the rest of the room, use your trey ceiling as a punctuation mark, like this. 

New Custom Home Trends

When building a custom home in Chatham County near Chapel Hill, NC - and across 12 counties in central North Carolina - a Stanton Homes Signature Trey Ceiling can add detail, dimension and depth to nearly any room. 

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Screen Porches Trending for 2019 [14 Photos of Top Trending Screen Porch Designs in NC]

Posted by Stanton Homes on Thu, Dec 06, 2018 @ 10:12 AM

See 14 screen porches (click on photos to see inside the homes, too)     

Enjoy indoor/outdoor living year-round with a screen porch to keep things cozy. Here are 21 photos of Screen Porches designed and built by Stanton Homes, to give you more ideas for your custom home, with entertainment space under the roof:

 

Screen Porch Design #1 - Dual stairways provide free flow in two directions to the back yard for this family-sized screen porch. Screen porches like this can be adapted to fit just about any custom home by a custom home builder in North Carolina.

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Screen Porch Design #2 - This huge Treehouse Screen Porch offers birds-eye views of wooded acreage. A stairway to the back yard has a landing in the middle, to ease the way down. The beadboard ceiling is tinted to match the color scheme of this custom home in Chatham County.

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Screen Porch Design #3 - Ceiling fans help circulate fresh air in big screen porches like this. The choice here of a wide plank white ceiling gives a more formal look to outdoor living. Screening on all exterior walls as well as under the floor boards helps keep insects on the outside.

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Screen Porch Design #4 - This huge screen porch was designed in conjunction with a patio below that provides the perfect place for grilling for outdoor eating on this expansive entertainment area.  Fresh air and wide open views add enjoyment.

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Screen Porch Design #5 - Expansive space including a high ceiling gives this massive screen porch the ability to host indoor/outdoor activities with as much room to maneuver as the gathering areas inside this custom home.

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Screen Porch Design #6 - The spaciousness of this huge screen porch is even more expansive with the high ceiling that follows the roofline. A deck beyond carries outdoor living around the side of the home as well as down into the property.

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Screen Porch Design #7 - This high top screen porch adds artistry to this new home in Orange County designed by the homeowners with their custom home builder. The extended screened room walls heighten elegance for this intimate outdoor living space.

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Screen Porch Design #8 - This massive screen porch is almost like having a basement - with a breeze. The concrete flooring in place of decking extends the home's foundation. The see-through fireplace and three sets of glass French doors invite flow-through for large gatherings.

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Screen Porch Design #9 - Small back yard? Extend its usability with a big screen porch like this custom home in Apex, NC. The huge fan with light set into a high ceiling expands versatility for long hours of protected outdoor living.

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Screen Porch Design #10 - Custom homes often carry the roofline across the screen porch like this, so the enclosed screen room feels like it's an integral part of the custom home design. A ceiling fan lengthens indoor/outdoor enjoyment.

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Screen Porch Design #11 - The grandeur of this custom designed screen room with extensive upper decking and a massive ceiling fan steeps this ultimate screen porch with the luxury of a Grand Lodge.

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Screen Porch Design #12 - Practical and simplistic, this screen porch pairs up with the patio below for family entertainment. A wooden staircase joins the two levels of outdoor living. A beadboard ceiling completes detail work with the perfect cover story.

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Screen Porch Design #13 - When outdoor living is a big emphasis in your lifestyle, this tucked in Screen Porch in accompaniment to a massive wood deck is a great way to enjoy year-long enjoyment of fresh air activities.

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Screen Porch Design #14 - The see-through fireplace in this screen porch makes this indoor/outdoor entertainment screen room attractive all winter long. Beautiful stonework and a wall of windows further enhances the welcoming appeal.

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19 Fireplaces for 2019 [See-through Fireplaces, Modern Fireplaces, Fireplaces with Cabinetry, Fireplaces with Tile Surrounds] Photos of Fireplaces in NC Custom Homes

Posted by Stanton Homes on Thu, Nov 15, 2018 @ 14:11 PM

19 Photos of Fireplaces trending for 2019 in Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill

       See-through Fireplaces. Marble or tile surround Fireplaces.           Modern Fireplaces. Fireplaces with built-in Cabinetry.

It can be a lot of fun to work with your builder to design your new fireplace for your custom home. Whether you want your fireplace to be bold and prominent or small and subtle, here are 19 great ideas for your new fireplace.

Read on to see what's trending for fireplaces in 2019, in NC.

Click on photos to see more!

 

5 See-through Fireplaces

 

#1 Fireplace Design - See-through fireplace between the Formal Dining Room and Great Room

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This see-through fireplace between the Formal Dining Room and Great Room provides a warm centerpiece to the gathering areas in this custom designed home by Stanton Homes. It also serves as structural support. Stone colors were selected to add softness and blend with gray walls and hardwood flooring. Additional stone accents in the Great Room and Front Porch provide continuity for this design theme.

 

#2 Fireplace Design - See-through fireplace between the Master Suite and the Dressing Area

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This 3-sided see-through fireplace was custom designed to provide views of the fireplace from the master suite, dressing area and master bath. The wall of windows in the master suite provides additional natural light, with romantic appeal. This custom home has four fireplaces. Click on the photo to see more.

 

#3 Fireplace Design - See-through fireplace between the Great Room and Keeping Room

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This see-through fireplace provides firelight views from the Keeping Room, Great Room and Kitchen. The stacked stone adds a lightness to this massive floor to ceiling fireplace structure. A custom built Craftsman mantle was site-built to create a unique accent.

 

#4 Fireplace Design - See-through fireplace between the Great Room and Breakfast Room

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This see-through fireplace was strategically placed toward the side, to allow for more wide open space between the Breakfast Room and Great Room. It's open view from either side enables everyone in the main areas of the home to enjoy its warmth. But it's positioning makes it more of a statement than a centerpiece, with the ability to create a more intimate sitting area apart from the rest of the room.

 

#5 Fireplace Design - See-through fireplace between the Great Room and Screened Porch

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This see-through fireplace emphasizes outdoor living, with a connection from the home's biggest gathering points to the screen porch. A wall of windows further emphasizes the link to additional entertainment areas outside. Access to the fireplace on the outside of the home extends usage of the screen porch for year-round enjoyment.

 

4 Modern Fireplaces

 

#6 Fireplace Design - Modern Fireplace by the Back Stairwell

This modern fireplace is replicated by the geometric design of windows that reflect the shape in an alternate pattern nearby. Designed for the simplicity of a contemporary design, its presence is strong - with the effect of a single work of art on a large wall - and yet subtle.

 

#7 Fireplace Design - Modern Fireplace by the Sun Room

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This modern fireplace is framed in marble that draws attention to its significance. Set on the back wall of the Great Room facing the Kitchen, this fireplace is further enhanced by an abundance of natural light through glass doors and walls of windows that encase every aspect of the sunroom to its side.

 

#8 Fireplace Design - Modern Fireplace in the Entrance

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This custom designed modern fireplace with an artistic raised hearth setting provides a dramatic black and white contemporary touch to the entrance of this custom home.  Tucked into a front corner of the Great Room, its one of the first unique aspects to be noticed upon entering the home. 


 #9 Fireplace Design - Modern Fireplace on the Entertainment Floor

This modern fireplace offers warmth to this basement retreat, in tandem with a full bar, wine rack and spacious entertainment areas. Set into a stone surround, the fireplace setting reflects the color choice in a brick wall behind the bar. An engineered wood floor ties the room together with similar soft brown tones with a hint of gray that matches the surrounding walls.

 

7 Custom Designed Fireplaces with Cabinetry

 

#10 Fireplace Design - Custom Designed Fireplace with Cabinetry and Light

This modern/contemporary fireplace in NC is designed to be a very important part of the room, with extensive cabinetry on both sides as well as custom designed trim detail. The entire wall of windows (including transom windows) light up every detail. The stain choice for the hardwood floor and the stark white features are a nice contrast with pale blue and gray accent walls.

 

#11 Fireplace Design - Custom Designed Fireplace with Shelving and Transoms 

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This custom designed fireplace provides a spark of simplistic color in room dominated by white accents - from a huge coffered ceiling to wall to wall shelving, and white rails and trim work on the stairway beyond. The fireplace is framed by big tiles (including a flat hearth) and topped by a site built mantle. Transoms over the top of the shelving on either side of the fireplace add natural light.

 

#12 Fireplace Design - Custom Designed Fireplace with Shelving and Shiplap

This NC new home fireplace has a surround of gray tile and white grout with a custom made mantle and shiplap backdrop. The alternating splashes of gray and white add interest. White trim around the double sliding glass door with picture windows on either side, as well as white trim at the ceiling and floor complete this modern farmhouse fireplace setting.

 

 #13 Fireplace Design - Custom Designed Fireplace with Cabinetry and Shelving 

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This custom designed fireplace setting is choreographed with its surroundings. Lower cabinetry follow the wall and extend around the corner, to fully encase the entire end of the room. Upper shelves to the left replicate the look of the overhead catwalk to the right, with parallel lines as opposed to the horizontal lines of the railings. The custom fireplace choice of solid black pops from the white backdrop. Tan walls meld beautifully with the stain choice for the hardwood flooring.

 

 #14 Fireplace Design - Custom Designed Fireplace with Contemporary Shelving

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This custom designed fireplace gets right to the point, with a contemporary design in grey, black and white. Basic shelving, Craftsman trim, and straightforward simplicity make this fireplace stand out. Slate surround and a flat slate hearth retain the purity of design, with a no-nonsense approach to a design/build custom fireplace. 

 

#15 Fireplace Design - Custom Designed Fireplace with Classic Cabinetry and Shelving

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This custom designed fireplace is traced in tradition, with cabinetry and shelving placement that has remained popular for generations. The site built custom mantle adds an interesting twist, with clever trim pieces that were hand drawn and selected.

 

4 Fireplaces with Tile or Marble Surrounds

 

#16 Fireplace Design - European Fireplace with Tile Surround

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The totally unique fireplace and island in this picture were hand crafted by Stanton Homes based on European influence and the custom requests of the homebuyer who worked directly with the design/build team to create this home. You won't find anything like this in a production or semi-custom home. It's a perfect example of how creative you can be when you build a truly custom home.

 

#17 Fireplace Design - Fireplace with Marble Surround 

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Next to a chef's kitchen that pulled out all the stops, this classic fireplace overlooks the Great Room. With a soaring ceiling above, the subtle simplicity of a traditional fireplace set in a stone surround with a barely-there basic mantle and crisp white trim is the perfect anecdote to this upscale custom home. 

 

#18 Fireplace Design - Fireplace with French Country Surround

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Set in a place of importance on the longest wall in the Great room, with a wall of windows on either side and coach lights to draw attention, this custom built fireplace adds a playfulness to the gathering area through a tile mosaic surround. The site built mantle adds a bold shelf above and columns on either side further capitalize on the French Country design of this custom home.

 

#19 Fireplace Design - Grecian Fireplace with Marble Surround

This fireplace has contemporary/modern appeal, with custom designed hand built columns, mantle, and sculpted artistry to the ceiling. The crisp linen effect is accented by a marble surround. This is just one of the four fireplaces in this custom home in NC - each fireplace has an entirely different look and purpose. Click the photo to see the others.

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9 Trending Master Bathroom Cabinetry placement and priorities for 2019

Posted by Stanton Homes on Wed, Nov 14, 2018 @ 08:11 AM

9 Master Bath Cabinetry Photos for 2019 [And a bonus]

Chatham County New Homes [Master Bath Cabinetry Placement, Style and Purpose, with Photos] 

Master Bathroom cabinetry choices are about more than choosing style and finish. Their placement and purpose determine the dynamics of the entire bathroom - considered the second most important room in new custom homes in NC, by homebuyers. Here are 9 determinations that impact master bathroom cabinetry in 2019.  

Click on photos to see the rest of each home.

 

#1 Master Bathroom Cabinetry Consideration: Vanity Placement - Close Proximity to the Sauna and the Soaking Tub 

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Each purpose for your custom home bathroom can be designed for convenience and practicality, when your builder puts together your layout to fit your lifestyle. In the photo above, dual vanities provide personal space with lots of cabinetry, drawers, big sinks, massive mirrors - just a few steps from the sauna (to the right rear, with the closed glass door, with a bench inside) and the huge tub in the other direction, that you can see if you click on this photo to see the rest of the home.

 

#2 Master Bathroom Cabinetry Consideration: Vanity Placement - Size of the room 

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In this custom Stanton Home, master bathroom cabinetry is tucked into the corner of the room, to take advantage of the room's configuration. One vanity is larger than the other, with six drawers and two doors. The smaller vanity has two doors. A lowered section in the middle has a big drawer, as well, with space for a chair to slide under. The granite countertop was chosen to reflect the brown towns in stained cabinetry and tile floor. 

 

#3 Master Bathroom Cabinetry Consideration: Vanity placement - one long countertop with two sinks

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Still a classic placement, this master bathroom cabinetry provide two sinks with the separation of massive countertop space in the middle with drawers underneath. The granite countertop was chosen to blend with the soft toned tile floor and massive tile shower for two.

 

#4 Master Bathroom Cabinetry Consideration: Vanity Placement - Two Separate Vanities 

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When more personal space is needed, a custom home builder can look at ways to create a layout in the bathroom where the vanities are located in two different places - typically across from each other, like the master bath cabinetry in this photo. Granite countertops were chosen to blend the dark furniture stained cabinetry with white tile and gray walls and curtain. Hardware choice is Contemporary. Standing bathtub choice is romance. Natural light through a big picture window brightens up everything.

 

#5 Master Bathroom Cabinetry Consideration: Vanity Placement - Separate Vanities Tied Together 

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This Modern master bathroom cabinetry emphasizes personal space - tied together with a decorative beam over the top and a lowered countertop makeup table that pulls everything together. Square sinks and a white finish to drawers and cabinet doors, together with very trendy wood-look tile make the design of this room feel clean and contemporary.

 

#6 Master Bathroom Cabinetry Consideration: Vanity Placement - Tucked next to the Tub

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The focus in this master bathroom is the sumptuous soaking tub, designed for a luxurious bathing experience - so the purpose of the dual vanities tucked in next to the tub is to provide personal space and room for easy movement between the vanities and the tub. The extensive use of tile for the heightened tub surround and floor together with classic columns are tied together with the dark stained cabinetry.

 

#7 Master Bathroom Cabinetry Consideration: Additional Storage 

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Adding a wardrobe to your master suite bathroom can be a big consideration when choosing your master bath cabinetry. Custom home builders may have to expand your bathroom square footage to fit in this much cabinetry, but it provides the ultimate in storage. The vanities in this master bath are further defined as personal space by their alcoves, framed in beautiful archways. The entire room is white and bright, with lots of fixtures and natural light.

 

#8 Master Bathroom Cabinetry Consideration: Vanity Placement - Rounding the Corner

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Here's another way to add a wardrobe to your master bathroom. The cabinetry in this master bath follows the angle of the wall, allowing for maximum usage with lots of space to move around and plenty of personal space. This is another example of a larger vanity and smaller vanity being separated from each other, with the wardrobe as the tie-together. Brown tones define the room.

 

#9 Master Bathroom Cabinetry Consideration: Vanity Placement - Artistic Design 

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In this totally custom master suite bathroom, the artistry of the design has the biggest impact on vanity placement. This is another example of an extended vanity across one wall with a single countertop. In this case, the focus of the room is on the tub encased in small tiles and the huge walk-in shower behind it. The granite countertop for the dual vanity was chosen to blend with the bath and shower tile as well as the wood-look tile floor.

 #10 (Bonus) Master Bathroom Cabinetry Consideration: Vanity Placement - Compatibility with the island in the closet 

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This master bathroom cabinetry has one traditional vanity with a sink separated by a wardroom from a roll-under sink in the second vanity. The furniture appeal is matched by an island in the master suite closet to the rear. Subtle brown tones tie the rooms together, with oak hardwood in the closet that is stained with the same hue. This entire bathroom was designed for accessibility, with a roll-in shower and easy glide transitions from tile to hardwood.

 

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