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10 Ways to Use a Bonus Room Above your Garage | Raleigh New Homes

  
  
  

Cost Effective Ways to Build a Larger House

Bonus rooms are flexible spaces that can accommodate your family's changing needs.

Typically, bonus rooms take advantage of large spaces above the garage otherwise left unused. Bonus rooms are generally defined by long walls and vaulted ceilings that reflect rooflines.

What can I do with a bonus room? See how ten custom homes can put this space to use.

Bonus room design idea # 1: Home Office

Many home offices are located off the foyer or near the kitchen. If you need a private work space, a bonus room will keep your work from being on display in high traffic areas.

In this Raleigh custom home, a built in small bookcase area and wide dormer area make this room ideal as a work from home space.

Bonus Room Above Garage | Raleigh New Home Square FeetThe Lake House

Bonus room design idea # 2: Home Theater

Surround sound speakers in the ceilings and a TV wall make transform this bonus room into a home theater.

Whether you're entertaining guest or hosting a family movie night, a home theater (with flexible space for other needs) is a great bonus room option.

Bonus Room Above Garage | Raleigh New Home Square FeetThe Chapel Ridge

Bonus room design idea # 3: Craft, Hobby, or Special Interest Room

Indoor hobbies - such as arts and crafts, scrapbooking, or item collecting - may require a bit of space to spread out.

In this custom Stanton Home, a wall of built in bookcases were added to the dual-purpose bonus room. A center space was left open for flat screen TV installation.

Bonus Room Above Garage | Raleigh New Home Square FootageThe Brogan

Bonus room design idea # 4: Guest Suite or Multi Generational Living

Adding a bathroom to your bonus room might be essential to your needs, when considering long-term living arrangements.

Whether you are planning for frequent overnight guests or multi generational living, a bonus and bathroom combination may become invaluable.

Bonus Room Above Garage | Raleigh New HomesThe Remington

Bonus room design idea # 5: Recreation Room

Because bonus rooms are often long and narrow, they often serve as recreation rooms with a pool table, air hockey table, foosball table, or gaming table that sits nicely in the center.

Bonus Room Above Garage | Raleigh New Home Square Footage

The Beaufort

Bonus room design idea # 6: Exercise Room

If you're looking for a dedicated exercise room, your bonus room can serve as a work out space. 

You will have enough room for a treadmill, Yoga balls, and other home-use equipment.

Because bonus rooms are often designed with a TV wall, you can watch while you work out.

Bonus Room Above Garage | Raleigh New Home Square FeetThe Coventry

Bonus room design idea # 7: Man Cave

Add a couple of lounge chairs, and you've got a built in man cave.

A bonus room man cave is separated from high traffic areas of the home, offering privacy and peace and quite.

Bonus Room Above Garage | Raleigh New Home Square FootageThe Devonsboro

 

Bonus room design idea # 8: Homework Station

If you have school age children, you may decide to set up a dedicated homework station or study area.

If a bonus room has multiple areas - such as the one pictured here - you can use one "room" for a homework desk, and the other as a play area.

Bonus Room Above Garage | Raleigh New Home Square Footage

The Gershwin

Bonus room design idea # 9: Band or Music Room

Do you or your kids play musical instruments? Another way to take advantage of the long walls in a bonus room is to use this space as a band or music room.  Because the room is over the garage and not over the main living areas, the sound impact can be minimized.  

Bonus Room Above Garage | Raleigh New Home Square FootageThe Mastrosimone

 

Bonus room design idea # 10: Combined Loft Area

Instead of keeping the bonus room walled off, you may want to combine the bonus room with a loft area.

This will give a more open concept feel, and allow you to use furniture placement to divide the spaces.

Bonus Room Above Garage | Raleigh New Home Square FootageThe Dugan

 

Raleigh New Home Trends:

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

11 Kitchen Island Layout Ideas

10 Biggest Kitchen Design Mistakes

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

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.

85 Fireplace Design Idea Photos | Custom Home Fireplace Trends

  
  
  

Fireplace Design Ideas

Custom Home Fireplace Trends

A custom fireplace can serve as the focal point of any room - from the kitchen to the master suite - with a range of design features and functionalities crafted to suit your lifestyle.

See examples of fireplace designs, functions, styles and locations below. Or click here to view  over 80 fireplace design idea photos.

 

Fireplace designs for a cozy master bedroom

Master bedroom fireplace design #1: Three sided see through fireplace

This three-sided fireplace is located centrally in the master suite - between the bedroom and bathroom.

Fireplace in the Master Bedroom

Master bedroom fireplace design #2: Corner fireplace

Cozy up by this master bedroom fireplace, complete with flat screen TV placement above.

Master Bedroom Fireplaces

Fireplace designs to warm up a sun room in the winter

Sun room fireplace design #1: Tile surround fireplace

This sun room is designed as a year-round indoor/outdoor space, with a fireplace that will warm you up in the late fall and winter.

A sun room fireplace is a great location to draw in any outdoor design elements - such as matching the fireplace surround with the exterior stone walls.

85 Fireplace Design Idea Photos | Custom Home Fireplace Trends

Sun room fireplace design #2: See-through fireplace open to the great room

A two sided fireplace can help draw the sun room's light into the living room, creating a more open flow. 

 

85 Fireplace Design Idea Photos | Custom Home Fireplace Trends

 

Fireplace designs with built in bookcases and entertainment centers

Built in fireplace design #1: Flat screen TV with small bookcases

This living room designs offers ample built in storage, a flat screen TV set up, and wide open windows for natural light. 

Fireplace Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Homes

Built in fireplace design #2: Built in storage wall

Adding storage around your fireplace is simple - see an example of full walls of built in shelving with cabinets below.

Fireplace Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Homes

Built in fireplace design #3: Craftsman style built ins around the fireplace

If your fireplace is located on an exterior wall, you may want to combine larger built ins with windows above. Here is an example of a craftsman style fireplace set-up, with windows and a set of large bookcases.

Fireplace Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Homes

Two Story Fireplaces

Two story fireplace design #1: Fireplace with a stone bench

Craftsman touches punctuate this home, which boasts a full two story stone fireplace design complete with flagstone raised hearth.

Fireplace Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Homes

Two story fireplace design #2: Vaulted ceiling great room

If your great room or living room features a vaulted ceiling - rather than a two story ceiling - a full height fireplace can make an equally dramatic statement, especially if you increase the surround width. Fireplace Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Homes

If you love large fireplaces, but wish to build a one story home, consider adding even more width to your fireplace. Here is an example of a one story home with a full height fireplace and wrap-around raised hearth:

Fireplace Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Homes

Kitchens with a Fireplace

More Raleigh custom homes will consider fireplace positioning when creating the kitchen layout.

Whether you want a fireplace in your kitchen - or one in a direct line of sight from your sink - these fireplace photos will inspire you.

Fireplace Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Homes

Outdoor Fireplaces

Take it outside, with a screen porch fireplace.  More new home buyers are making outdoor living spaces even more functional by adding a fireplace.

This screen porch fireplace features a custom wood herringbone design.

Fireplace Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Homes

 

80+ Photos of Fireplace Designs

 

Raleigh New Home Trends:

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

11 Kitchen Island Layout Ideas

10 Biggest Kitchen Design Mistakes

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

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.

10 Powder Room Layouts for Small Spaces in Raleigh New Homes

  
  
  

Most-Built Powder Room Layouts, Designs and Dimensions

The most common dimensions for new home powder rooms are about 5x5 or 3x6 feet, although powder rooms can come in any shape or size.

See photos and floor plan drawings of 10 powder room layouts, below.

Powder Room Layout #1: L-Shape

For this Raleigh custom home, Stanton Homes modified the original powder room floor plan layout to create an L-shaped room.

This L-shaped powder room offers more space for storage. It also enables the powder room door to swing inwards, rather than out into the hallway, which would have impeded traffic flow at the bath entrance.

This powder room is also tucked away from the kitchen and formal dining room - a common home buyer request.

powder room layouts for small spaces

Original floor plan design with a smaller powder room and door swinging into the hallway: 

Powder Room Design

Powder Room Layout #2: Powder Room off the Foyer

In this version of The Treehouse, the square shaped powder room is located just inside the front door.

Light maple flooring and contemporary finishes - such as a white vessel sink - make this powder room feel larger than it would have with darker flooring or fewer windows.

The foyer hallway then leads to a central staircase, carefully placed to block clear lines of sight from the front door through the rear wall of windows.

powder room layouts for small spaces

Floor plan design with square powder room off the foyer: 

Powder Room Layouts for Small Spaces

 

Powder Room Layout #3: Square Shape

This powder room vanity is wider - also placed in a square room layout.

When maintaining the square footage size in a small powder room, additional vanity storage should be weighed against open floor space and ease of maneuverability.

Powder Room Dimensions

Square powder room floor plan design: 

Powder Room Dimensions

Powder Room Layout #4: Under the Stairs

In this custom home floor plan, copyright Stanton Homes, the powder room vanity is much larger than what you typically find. The vanity includes two rows of drawers, and center cabinets.

An art niche with built in spot light was placed directly inside the powder room - visible when the door is left open. A framed mirror flanked by wall sconces add simple elegance to the room.

Powder Room Layouts for Small Spaces

How to place a powder room under the staircase:

See red line drawings that show how this floor plan was modified to move the powder room out of the foyer - click here.

Powder Room Design

 

Powder Room Layout #5: Odd shape

Powder rooms with angled walls or turns are often tucked into complex floor plans that feature angles throughout the home.

These odd shaped powder rooms can often be the most interesting - such as the angled powder room with painted wainscot walls and a gold framed mirror pictured below.

A thin pedestal sink keeps this very small powder room feeling more open.

Powder Room Layouts for Small Spaces

Odd shaped powder room floor plan design:

Odd Shaped Powder Rooms

Powder Room Layout #6: Small Layout

This powder room is a very small design - with the pantry closet cutting into the square footage.

Adding metallic accents, mirrors, and windows are great ways to make a small powder room feel larger.

Glass tile mosaics continue to be a most requested feature in custom home powder rooms. In this Raleigh new home, tile with specs of gold perfectly match the vessel sink.

Small Powder Rooms

Small powder room floor plan design:
Powder Room Designs

Powder Room Layout #7: Handicapped and Wheelchair Accessible, Aging in Place

In this custom one story accessible home, even the powder room offers ease of use - with a roll-under vanity.

Modern design features include the curved mirror, unique wall sconces, and white square sink mounted below the granite counter top.

Powder Room Layouts for Small Spaces in Raleigh Custom Homes

Handicapped, Wheelchair Accessible and Aging in Place powder room floor plan:

Powder Room Layouts for Small Spaces in Raleigh Custom Homes


 Powder Room Layout #8: Corridor powder room

A corridor powder room is one long room, with a sink at one end and a toilet at the other.

powder room layouts for small spaces

Corridor powder room floor plan:

 

Powder Room Layouts for Small Spaces in Raleigh Custom Homes

 

Powder Room Layout #9: Tight powder room space

Here is another example of how to integrate an odd shaped or angled powder room - with a much more simplistic design.

Bright colors work well in smaller spaces - which is why you will see oranges, reds, greens, and purples in many Raleigh new home powder rooms.

Powder Rooms

Angled powder room floor plan:

Powder Rooms

Powder Room Layout #10: How to Keep the Powder Room Out of sight

The layout of this custom home is very efficient - with the powder room tucked to one end of the home, offering privacy away from high traffic areas.

Powder Room Design Ideas

 

More photo galleries of new home design trends in the Raleigh NC area:

12 Small Front Porches

Most popular home exterior styles - from contemporary to craftsman

11 Kitchen Island Layout Ideas

10 Biggest Kitchen Design Mistakes

Powder room design ideas

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.

Front Porch Design Ideas | 12 Small Front Porches

  
  
  

Top 12 Cozy Front Porches

Custom Home Trends for Porches

When you want to get the most out of your outdoor surroundings with porches, decks, and screen porches, adding a small porch to the front of your home - and a large deck or screen porch to the rear - might be the best way to create a balanced look, feel, and use for your new home. 

Below are photos of 13 small front porch design ideas, built in North Carolina. 

Front Porch Design Ideas #1: The Shoal Creek

Craftsman columns punctuate this small front porch, designed as a rocking chair porch.  Flagstone steps lead to the dual front doors. A summer fan is placed above, in the beadboard ceiling.

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

Front Porch Design Ideas #2: The Dugan

This front porch is a no-curb design, intended for aging in place and wheelchair accessible use. The porch is tucked into the home, with a roofline that extends from the home, creating a perfectly blended look. 

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

Front Porch Design Ideas #3: The Coventry

A double column design and white painted railings make this small front porch stand out against the traditional red all brick home.

Although this porch is short in length, it is built to be wide enough for a pair of rocking chairs and table.

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

Front Porch Design Ideas #4: The Gershwin

The railings on this small wrap around front porch are hand-built in a concentric design - sometimes called a "spider web" design - similar to the "chippendale" rail style. These porch railings give a completely custom feel to the entire front of the home. 

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches 

Front Porch Design Ideas #5: The Christina

This one story all brick home features a tucked-in front porch. The second story dormers add a bit of traditional farmhouse appeal, along with the white porch columns.  

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

Front Porch Design Ideas #6: The Lake House

Looking for lake home designs? This front porch is designed to take full advantage of the natural surroundings.  

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

Front Porch Design Ideas #7: The Brogan

This craftsman home would not be complete without an efficient front porch designed to extend the front door portico into a usable space. 

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

Front Porch Design Ideas #8: The Cannon

Victorian era accents punctuate this long front porch design, which incorporates a small wrapping area.  

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

Front Porch Design Ideas #9: The Penelope

Arched detailing spans across this front porch design, with blue painted railings to match.

While many of these homes have porch designs made of wood, vinyl railing is becoming more popular for Raleigh new homes. While wood requires maintenance over time (repainting, revanishing), vinyl railing is very durable. Vinyl can even come in pre-made patterns. 

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

Front Porch Design Ideas #10: The Oak Lane

The Oak Lane is a ranch style home with a three car garage and all brick exterior design.

The archways above this small front porch are custom designed to accentuate the arched transom windows above the front door and dining room windows.

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

Front Porch Design Ideas #11: The Azalea Park

Although relatively small, this full-length front porch uses a unique railing style - a vertical "criss-cross" custom painted wood. The posts alternate meeting at the top of the rail and bottom of the rail for a "zig-zag" design.

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

Front Porch Design Ideas #12: The Willow

Here is another example of how to add archways to your small front porch design.

White columns with additional detailing divide the archways into eye-catching symmetry.

Front Porch Design | Small Front Porches

More 2014 Raleigh New Home Trends

Most popular home exterior styles - from contemporary to craftsman

11 Kitchen Island Layout Ideas

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.

New Home Exterior Styles | 2014 Home Design Trends

  
  
  

New Home Exterior Styles

2014 New Home Exterior Design Features

See new home exterior styles chosen by North Carolina home buyers - along with the most popular home exterior colors and features for 2014.

From craftsman and traditional styles to contemporary and victorian designs, you'll find photos of over a dozen different genres of home exterior design - built by Stanton Homes.

While some homes emphasize entirely traditional features true to a given genre, other homes are examples of how to select only particular features to represent an overall style.

New Home Exterior Styles

Craftsman Exteriors

New Home Exterior Styles

The architecture of craftsman homes evoke feelings of permanence, of time-honored traditions, and old-world workmanship. Simple lines inside and out, stone accents (front porches with stone base and tapered columns), and built-ins are a few characteristics.

Craftsman style exteriors - or specific craftsman features such as stone column bases - are a top request for Raleigh new homes.

Modern and Transitional Exteriors

New Home Exterior Design
Transitional homes typically combine two or more major home design styles. In this photo, a version of The Bryson blends craftsman and modern-urban design features with white porch columns, white garage doors, dormers, and a stone water table.

European Exteriors

New Home Exterior Style

European home exteriors feature complex rooflines, stucco, brick and stone facing, and intricate window detailing.

In this photo, a version of the Avonstone Manor floor plan by Garrell Associates incorporates medieval design with modern color schemes and details.

Country Exteriors

New Home Exterior Designs

Country home floor plans strive for a comfortable, casual living experience. A few common features in country style homes are a welcoming large covered front porch or wrap-around porch, dormers on the second floor, symmetrical windows with shutters surrounding the front door, and vaulted rooms.

The Azalea Park - a Frank Betz floor plan - also features a country exterior.

French Country Exteriors

New Home Exterior Styles

French Country homes incorporate rustic warmth with modern living must-haves. Exterior features often include curved arches, soft lines, and stone work. 

Inside French Country homes, you'll find wood beams - click here to see the wood beams in the kitchen of this custom French Country home.

Farmhouse Exteriors

New Home Exterior Styles

Country Farmhouse floor plans are designed with family spaces in mind. A large front porch for outdoor living and a second story with gables and dormers are typical design features.

The farmhouse style exterior is complemented inside this home, which features a white and black kitchen with white apron front farmhouse sink, first floor master, first floor "home hub" for pets and kids, and upstairs bedrooms and flex space.

 

Cottage Exteriors

New Home Exterior Styles

This two story home is a Frank Betz Cottage style house plan. A large wrap-around front poch, and unique roof lines, and wood detailing are typical for cottage home designs.

Inside, efficient use of space maximizes the usability of this home - which includes a first floor guest suite and second floor master bedroom.

Victorian Exteriors

New Home Exterior Styles

This custom home features the decorative flourishes of a Victorian style home - with intricate wood detailing in the dormers and along the porch ceiling.

The bumped out turret room is another traditional Victorian home feature - along with intricate rooflines using turrets, towers, bays and eyebrow windows.

Lake House Exteriors

New Home Exterior Styles

Lake House designs emphasize the connection between your home and its natural surroundings - with tons of windows and multiple outdoor living spaces.

This custom home features Pennsylvania Field Stone accents. The style, size, color, and spacing of this stone front was considered - strengthening the connection between the home and surrounding nature.

Cape Cod Exteriors

New Home Exterior Styles

A Cape Cod style house plan is defined by:  1.5 stories (with the second story left unfinished in some cases for future expansion),  main floor master bedroom, and  additional bedrooms located on the second story. Cape Cod homes can have a large number of bedrooms for a given square footage.

The exterior can feature dormers,  symmetrical, "clean" exterior facade (number and placement of windows on each side of the front door) and little ornamentation,  similarly symmetrical interior with a "center hall layout" and rooms to the sides. The exterior can be  made of real (or simulated) wood shingles or clapboard siding.  Traditional Cape Cod homes have a central chimney, steep piched roof, and end gables.

The Culverhouse is another example of a Cape Cod home design in Raleigh, NC.

Bungalow Exteriors

New Home Exterior Design

Bungalow style homes in North Carolina have some similiar features to craftsman style homes or prairie homes - with one or 1.5 stories, front door open to living room, open concept floor plans with little wasted space, and fewer formal areas are a few common features.

Bungalows may have similar layouts to ranch homes, which are one story and usually have a brick exterior.

Traditional Exteriors

New Home Exterior Styles

Traditional can refer several different design categories, such as Colonial, Cape Cod, and Ranch, depending on the region of the country. Traditional style homes are simplistic and symmetrical - and are usually two stories.

Contemporary Exteriors

New Home Exterior Styles

Contemporary is a very broad category. Contemporary style homes tend to emphasize bold shapes and colors, lots of glass (including windows without grids), contrasting features, and clear lines.

Many contemporary new homes in the Raleigh, NC area feature tones of grey, purple, and red.

Most Popular Exterior Colors

In 2014, we continue to see more blues, greys, and whites integrated into home exterior styles.

We will also continue to see shades of green - from light sage green to dark hunter green and red - with hues of berry.

 

More 2014 Raleigh New Home Trends

11 Kitchen Island Layout Ideas

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.

5 Questions Every Home Buyer Should Ask - Multi-Gen Raleigh Homes

  
  
  

Must Asks for Multi Generational Living Home Plans

 

Looking for a multi generational home in the Raleigh area? We expect to see the continued requests for multi generational homes in the 2014 and 2015 home buying markets.

Multi generational homes are those designed for extended families sharing space, either for extended visits or permanently.

Multi generational homes are also called in law homes, mother in law homes, dual living homes, extended family homes, and homes with "lock out" areas.

 

If your family is considering the option of multi-generational living, here are some questions to consider:


1. How can our multi generational home balance privacy with shared spaces and activities?

One way to ensure privacy is to have a private door from the mother in law or extended stay guest bedroom to a major living area.

This gives direct access to living areas through a private "lock out" bedroom.

While lock out areas are becoming more common, many multi generational homes feature a sitting room or living room within the separate bedroom wing.

Multi-Generational Homes | Multi Generational Living

2. Which spaces or features will we need to add, to accommodate additional family?

In addition to bedrooms and baths, consider which of these spaces - common in multi generational homes - that you may want to include: private entrances, living areas, kitchens, dining areas, and even separate home offices

See an example in the photo below. This mother in law suite has a sitting room and private access French door to outdoor living spaces. 

Multi-Generational Homes | Multi Generational Living

3. Kitchens can be one of the most expensive rooms in the home (along with the master suite and bathroom). If your multi generational home will need a second kitchen, does it need to be full-sized? Or would a more modest "morning" kitchen (with small refrigerator, sink, and microwave) be more appropriate? 

 

4. How flexible will your outdoor areas (yards, decks, patios, balconies, screen rooms, etc.) be? Will you share or divide the space?

In this home, the master suite features a private balcony. The screen room below remains a shared outdoor living space - providing plenty of private space and flexibility in one home plan design.

Multi-Generational Homes | Multi Generational Living

5. Will I need to build in accessibility, aging in place, or Universal Design features?

When sharing spaces, it may be important to you to have such features built in discretely.

Make sure to ask your home builder which features provide the greatest usability for the lowest cost.

In this kitchen, the spaces are wheelchair accessible. Plenty of lighting - a Universal Design feature - makes the kitchen easy to navigate.

Multi-Generational Homes | Multi Generational Living

 

Here are a few examples of multi generational home plans:

The Cainsville

The Skylar

The Harriet

The Hayfield

Tour six of our most popular multigenerational home plans, designed with mother in law suites and extended-stay guest quarters.      

 

The Maple Lane (3,275 sq ft) is a full brick multigenerational home with five bedrooms, four full baths and one half bath. The mother in law suite offers private bath, sitting room, and outdoor living access.    

The Dugan (3,184 sq ft) is a fully accessible mother in law suite home plan with first floor master and elevator to the second story.

The Woodlake (3,626 sq ft) is a contemporary one story home with mother in law suite, two island kitchen, and detached garage.    

The Greenhaven (3,716 sq ft) offers a mother in law suite with private living room. This multigenerational home has a third floor office, and accessible bathrooms.

 The Chalet Vert (2,707 sq ft) is an open concept two story home with main floor mother in law suite with private bathroom and walk in closet.   

The Newberry (3,223 sq ft) has a first floor mother in law suite with sitting room. This home's efficient design leaves plenty of space for multigenerational families.  

 

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7 Tips for Outdoor Living Spaces - 2014 New Home Design

  
  
  

7 Tips for Outdoor Living Spaces

Outdoor living spaces continue to be a top request for 2014 Raleigh new home designs. Get 7 tips for how to design your outdoor living spaces, below.

 

Outdoor Living Space Tip #1: Integrate the indoor and outdoor

Design the outdoor living space into your home - by integrating at least two walls of the home into the deck, patio, or porch.

This will make your outdoor living spaces feel like a more cohesive part of your home - as they are physically structured into the floor plan.

In this Raleigh new home photo, the concrete patio follows the full length of the home, encased by a wall at each end. Brick steps lead to a future swimming pool.

7 Tips for Outdoor Living Spaces - 2014 New Home Design

Outdoor Living Space Tip #2: Maintain continuity

You should always maintain continuity by using the same style or genre inside and outside.

It can feel awkward if the interior of your home is contemporary and the exterior is traditional.

For instance, in this version of the Worthington, the home owners used synthetic landscaping materials - a black colored bark material - to continue the contemporary feel of their home, inside and out. A white exterior, red door, and black shutters round out this homes exterior style.

7 Tips for Outdoor Living Spaces - 2014 New Home Design

Outdoor Living Space Tip #3: Know your options

If you have a pretty good idea of what you want your outdoor living space to feel like, there are going to be more and less expensive alternatives that can create a similar upscale look.

For instance, while patio pavers (made of brick, stone, or concrete blocks) are beautiful, they are typically more expensive than adding stamped concrete.

7 Tips for Outdoor Living Spaces - 2014 New Home Design

Outdoor Living Space Tip #4: Create versatile spaces

If you have the option of integrating two distinct outdoor living spaces, consider a screen porch and deck OR patio layout.

Screen porches are best year-round spaces, especially if you integrate a fireplace.

7 Tips for Outdoor Living Spaces - 2014 New Home Design

Outdoor Living Space Tip #5: Special features

While it is tempting to get all the features you love into one space, you'll want to narrow in on a few favorites. Choosing a few special features will maintain a reasonable budget, and it will give your outdoor living spaces a center focus.

For instance, more 2014 home buyers are opting for a fireplace OR fire pit design.

If you plan to use a table with chairs, you'll want to avoid designs that build in seatwalls.

7 Tips for Outdoor Living Spaces - 2014 New Home Design

Outdoor Living Space Tip #6: Balancing act

While some home buyers are opting to add a full-service kitchen to their backyards, others want to keep it simple - with a grilling deck.

You'll want to ask yourself: how often will I truly use an outdoor cooking area? If the answer is on holidays, you're probably better off budgeting for an upgrade in the kitchen and a simple outdoor living space.

Keep in mind that simple does not mean small! A large, rectangular deck can be cost effective - with a total cost that's much lower than a potential outdoor kitchen, for example. Ask your builder about including a built-in gas line for your grill - like in this custom home.

7 Tips for Outdoor Living Spaces - 2014 New Home Design

Outdoor Living Space Tip #7: Low maintenance

Do you love working in the yard? Landscaping packages range from low to high maintenance.  Many homeowners are opting to add their own landscaping, rather than pay for a landscaping package over 30 years.  

More surveys show that home buyers are integrating vegetable gardens in their backyard - consider where you might like to place a garden or integrate particular types of plants.

 

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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

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House Designs for First Time Home Buyers

  
  
  

How To Choose a Floor Plan that Makes Sense - and will sell later too!

Looking to build your first home? We've put together a list of common features - and recommended floor plans - for first time home buyers in North Carolina.

2014 house designs for first time home buyers tend to have a few common features:

Design Trend #1: No formal dining room or formal living room

Home buyers are often hot or cold about formal dining rooms - it is either a "must have" room or a easy space conversion.

First time buyers, however, say they would rather use that space in other rooms - especially the kitchen or great room.

House Designs for First Time Home Buyers

Design Trend #2: Flex rooms 

First time home buyers also want to build in flexible spaces. A common flex room style is one that can convert from a bedroom into a home office (with closet for storage). 

In this floor plan - The Beaufort by Frank Betz - the "Guest Bedroom" can also serve as an office or nursery room.

House Designs for First Time Home Buyers

 

Design Trend #3: Outdoor living spaces

Outdoor living spaces, even small ones, are on the minds of 2014 new home buyers. A small investment in the backyard space can go a long way in personal use and entertainment value.

House Designs for First Time Home Buyers

Design Trend #4: Square footage

How large should my first home be?

You will want to consider a balance between builing a home with room for growth with the current cost of additional square footage or features.

Every home buyer - and family - is different. As a very general rule of thumb, you may want to look at floor plans from 2,000 to 2,500 sq ft with 3 or 4 bedrooms. Here are a few popular floor plans in this range:

House Designs for First Time Home Buyers

The Beaufort: 2,300 sq ft with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths

The Azalea Park: 2,100 sq ft with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths

The Bostwick: 2,400 sq ft with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths

The Brogan: 2,600 sq ft with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths

The Kessler: 2,200 sq ft with 4 bedrooms, 3 baths

 

 

At Stanton Homes, our design team works with your to meet your budget and lifestyle preferences - keeping long-term family growth and change in mind. Call 919-278-8070 to learn more, or contact us here.

 

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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.  

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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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11 Top Showers for Two | Raleigh Custom Home Builder Tips

  
  
  

Two Person Shower Design

Master Showers Built for Two

Take a look at these 2014 Raleigh new homes with master showers built for two.  Whether you're looking for a full spa experience in a spacious area all your own, or want a comfortable experience together, these ideas will inspire your new home design.

These oversized shower designs include features like dual shower heads, bench seating, built in storage cubbies, custom tile designs, rain shower heads, hand held faucets, adjustable height shower heads, universal design features, wheelchair accessible use, and aging in place design.

Two Person Shower Design #1: Doorless Shower

In this luxury custom home shower design, the no door shower entry opens into two distinct spaces, each with a private shower fixture set up. 

The shower opening is large enough for a wheelchair to glide through.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

See this shower design up-close, in the photo below. You will find a lower height shower faucet on/off lever (comfortable for use from a wheelchair), built in storage, a corner tile bench, and custom tile patterns.

The glass half wall opens up the shower space, without exposing its full height.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

Two Person Shower Design #2: Sauna shower combination

In this Raleigh new home, the homeowner requested a sauna shower combination as a soothing retreat.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two 

 See inside this shower sauna combination, in the photo below:

 Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

Two Person Shower Design #3: His and hers shower

In this corner shower, two shower heads were included each with adjustable height capabilities.

The shower head on the right is mounted lower, for use in combination with the built in tile bench.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

Two Person Shower Design #4: Small shower with two shower heads

Two shower heads can be added to showers of all shapes and sizes - including a smaller shower such as the one pictured below.

In this Raleigh new home, two shower heads were added to the same wall. The dual shower heads take full advantage of this shower wall.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

Two Person Shower Design #5: Three shower heads

There are three showerheads in this bath design: two wall mounted and one sliding bar showerhead.

This wheelchair accessible design includes several aging in place features:

Grab bars line the shower walls, discretely blending in with the shower fixture design.  Can lighting illuminates the room, for easy visibility.

The dual built ins and shower head placement give this master bath a his and her shower design.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two 

Two Person Shower Design #6: Contemporary shower heads

This master shower blends contemporary shower head styles with classic tile patterns.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

Two Person Shower Design #7: Rain shower head

A growing trend for 2014 Raleigh new homes is to include a wall mounted shower head with a ceiling rain shower head above.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

Two Person Shower Design #8:

In this master shower, a rain shower above

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

Two Person Shower Design #9: Corner shower with dual shower heads

This master shower features a white subway tile design with herringbone pattern accent in the center.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two 

Two Person Shower Design #10: Wide shower

In a version of the Summerlyn, two shower heads are included, one on each end of the wide shower design.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

See this symmetrical design of this shower up-close: two shower heads, dual built in storage centers.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

Two Person Shower Design #11: Body spray and shower head combination

This master shower features a combination of shower heads and body spray features for a full spa shower experience.

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

 See this shower head system up-close in the photo below:

Two Person Shower Design | Master Showers Built for Two

More 2014 Raleigh new home design trends and master bath trends:

Best tile shower designs for 2014 - more master bathroom tile trends

Tile tub ideas that complement our top five custom home showers

Top five custom home showers - types of framed shower enclosures 

Accessible shower design - for wheelchair accessible homes

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Types of hardwood flooring | Hardwood flooring color trends 2014

  
  
  

 How to Choose Hardwood Flooring

Choosing to include hardwood flooring in your home can be a valuable investment.

Types of hardwood flooring | Hardwood flooring color trends 2014Hardwood flooring will make a huge impact on the look and feel of your home spaces.

It can also make your cleaning tasks easier, and can be an imporant selling point if you decide to sell your home down the road.

How to Choose a Type of Hardwood Flooring

There are many types of hardwood flooring available for your Raleigh new home.

While some North Carolina home buyers prefer engineered or pre-finished hardwood flooring, the most common selection in a Stanton Home is site-finished 3/4'' solid hardwood floors.

When choosing a style of hardwood for your floors, you will want to consider a few key features: type of wood, color, finish, texture, and plank width.

Read about how to choose a type of hardwood flooring, and see photos of Raleigh new homes with light, medium, and dark hardwood floors.

These photos will help you compare and contrast hardwood flooring styles and colors.

 

Hardwood flooring feature #1: Type of wood

Each wood speices has a distinct grain pattern and relative hardness. Oak is one of the most popular types of hardwood flooring for Raleigh new homes.

Types of Hardwood Flooring

 

Home buyers also frequently request maple, cherry, bamboo, and cork flooring.

What is the best flooring for dogs? Learn how to choose the right hardwood flooring for pets.

Other types of hardwood flooring include American Cherry, American Walnut, and Pine. These woods are very soft and will dent quite easily, even if there are no pets or children in the home.  They also usually cost more, as there is a much smaller demand for these types of flooring and the wood is more rare.  

Hardwood flooring feature #2: Stain Color

The color of stain you choose depends in part on the type of wood you like best - the two should compliment one another.

Types of Hardwood Flooring

Keep in mind that some wood species soak up the stain color more easily than others.

Design Tip: Consider testing a stain color on a sample piece of wood. That will give you a good idea of the finished product, before applying the stain to your floors. 

Because hardwood is a natural material, no two pieces will look the same - and your stain color will accentuate (or hide) those natural variations in texture and grain.

Hardwood flooring feature #3: Finish

Hardwood flooring can have a high-gloss, semi-gloss, satin, or matte finish.  These options are similar to those you can find in wall paint colors.

Types of hardwood flooring | Hardwood flooring color trends 2014

A low sheen or satin finish is one of the most popular selections for hardwood floors in Raleigh new homes.

Hardwood flooring feature #4: Plank Width

When selecting the type of hardwood flooring for your home, you can choose the plank width and height. 

Types of hardwood flooring | Hardwood flooring color trends 2014

The height will affect the longevity of your floors - determining the number of times you can sand and refinish your floors.

The width will affect the style and feel of your floors. Generally, wider planks look less formal, but are more costly. 

Hardwood flooring feature #5: Texture

The wood species - and choice of engineered versus solid wood - will determine aspects of your flooring's texture.

Types of hardwood flooring | Hardwood flooring color trends 2014

There are many hardwood textures available including smooth, hand-scraped, distressed, and wirebrushed.

Here is an example of engineered hand-scraped hardwood flooring in 5'' planks:

Types of hardwood flooring | Hardwood flooring color trends 2014

See more hand-scraped hardwood flooring photos in a version of the Cannon, here.

 

More Raleigh New Home Trends for 2014:

Home Plans with a Pocket Office

11 Kitchen Island Layouts

10 Built In Bookcase Storage Ideas

Walk in Closet Design - Storage Ideas

Master bath lighting trends

17 Master bath surrounds

75 Photos of Trey Ceiling Designs

New Home Floor Plans

Contact Stanton Homes for more 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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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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