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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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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. 

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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. 

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.   

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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. 

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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. 

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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. 

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

 

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

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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What is trending as the most popular interior color for 2019? Color Trends for new homes

Posted by Stanton Homes on Wed, Oct 24, 2018 @ 20:10 PM

2019 interior color trends - with specific paint shade details

What shades of grey to order for paint in new homes

Here are the exact colors that are being ordered for 2019 new homes, as grey remains in high demand for walls, cabinetry, carpet, hardwood stain and wherever you want to color your world across every architectural style for new homes in 2019.

2019 wall color trends: Grey Great Rooms

2014 wall color trends

 

Home Plan name: Avonstone Manor by Garrell Associates, Inc.

Coffered ceiling paint color: Benjamin Moore Kendall Charcoal HC-166

Wall paint color: Benjamin Moore Barren Plain 2111-60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Home Plan name: The Summerlyn by Frank Betz Associates, Inc.

Wall paint color: Sherwin Williams Light French Gray 0055

2014 wall color trends


2019 wall color trends: Grey Bathrooms

2014 wall color trends | What is the most popular wall color in 2014?

 

Home Plan name: Le Chalet Vert by Frank Betz and Stanton Homes

Wall paint color: Sherwin Williams Comfort Gray 6205

Comfort Gray is part of the Coastal Cool color collection.

The trim is painted in Sherwin Williams Ivory Lace 7013 in semi-gloss 

 

 

2014 wall color trends   

Home Plan name: The Woodlake by Stanton Homes

 

Wall paint color: Sherwin Williams Versatile Gray 6072

 

 

 

 

2019 wall color trends: Grey Kitchens

2014 wall color trends

 

Home Plan name: The Bryson by Stanton Homes

 

Wall paint color: Benjamin Moore Kendall Charcoal HC-166

 

 

 

 

 

2014 wall color trends

 

 

Home Plan name: The Worthington by Stanton Homes

 

Wall paint color: Sherwin Williams Zircon 7667

The Worthington master bath has an accent color of Sherwin Williams Gray Shingle  7670

 

 

 2019 wall color trends: Dining Rooms

2014 wall color trendsHome Plan name: The Bryson by Stanton Homes

Wall paint color: Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray HC-168

 

 

 

 

 

 

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19 Trending Trey Ceiling Styles for New Homes in 2019

Posted by Stanton Homes on Sat, Oct 20, 2018 @ 21:10 PM

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. Click pictures to see the full photo gallery for each home!

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

Where do Trey Ceilings go? While Trey Ceilings can be placed in nearly any room of the home - from the kitchen to the great room - they are most often built into master bedrooms and formal dining rooms.

What are some of the most popular Trey Ceiling styles? Step, shallow step, vaulted, octagonal, angled, and single box are trey ceiling designs that are trending the most for 2019.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

This Chapel Hill new home has rounded corners - designed to mirror the archways below. 

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

Deep browns contrast against the white painted wainscoting in this formal dining room - complete with an octagonal trey ceiling.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

Double trey ceilings are more popular in the master bedroom. These trey ceilings carry wall colors into the ceiling, to emphasize the layering look. 

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

This owner's suite trey ceiling emphasizes the grand dimension of this spacious personal space. The choice to bathe the room in earth tones and white creates a beautiful color palette for this setting. 

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

The layers in this trey ceiling are taller, emphasizing the raised height ceiling. Although most ceilings are still white, treys with color are becoming more popular in Chatham County new homes.

 

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

The deep trey design selected for this master suite creates a crowning effect of sophistication. Grey walls reflect the trending color trend, while directing the eye upward.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

This master bedroom white trey ceiling has two layers with crown molding. The sitting area tucked in at the back of the room has its own little niche, behind the trey.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

Here's another approach to a multi-layer trey ceiling, in this master suite that's bold with personality. Bright yellow and white layers make the room sunny and bright, while emphasizing the design's intricate tiers.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

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.  

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

The classic look to this formal dining room trey ceiling reflects the elegance of the room, with a welcoming openness and simplistic design that compliments expansive windows, archways, chair rail, and hardwoods.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

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.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

Create character in your kitchen, with a trey ceiling that goes over the space where you spend most of your time. This artistic chef's kitchen is topped with a huge trey basic box with another layer of dimension.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

Keep it simple, with a basic trey ceiling and a ribbon of color. This effect is popular with more casual lifestyles, where rigid formality feels out of place.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

This angled trey ceiling makes a formal dining statement. Serving as a tie-together with incredibly detailed trim work, strategically placed windows and an art niche, this trey says custom home.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

Give your dining room designer appeal, with a multi-layered octagonal trey ceiling accented by bands of color.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

When the emphasis is on the archways, you might want to opt for an all-white octagonal trey in the formal dining room. This provides formality, while keeping most of the attention elsewhere.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

Simple and sweet, this master suite with trey ceiling has a soft, warm feeling, with a sitting alcove that beckons just beyond.

Trey Ceiling Photos | Chapel Hill New Homes

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. 

Chatham County New Custom Home Trends

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

 

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Trending New Home Exteriors for 2019 | Exterior Siding in NC

Posted by Stanton Homes on Tue, Oct 16, 2018 @ 20:10 PM

North Carolina New Home Exteriors for 2019

Exterior Siding Types

What new home exteriors in North Carolina are the most popular?

There are 6 types of exterior siding materials most often used when building a new home in North Carolina.

Here are photos and descriptions of the most popular exterior siding types in NC. As you can see, the very most popular exteriors involve a blend of several materials to add dimension and emphasize details.

1. Fiber Cement (HardiBoard) Exterior

Fiber Cement Siding (HardiBoard) is the most popular choice for exterior siding in North Carolina new homes. 

- Fiber cement boards hold up better than wood in the local climate, although it is typically manufactured with a realistic wood grain effect.

- Painting (and repainting over the years) is required for fiber cement siding. 

- Fiber cement can be applied in different shapes and styles, such as Board and Batt or Shake.

Some communities with an HOA require fiber cement siding on all new homes - typically with accents in brick or stone.

Some manufacturers offer a 50 year warranty on fiber cement siding. 

2. Stone Exterior

Stone exteriors can be natural stone or simulated stone, and is is one of the most expensive types of home exterior materials.

Many North Carolina homeowners choose to add stone as an accent, in combination with other materials.

The most common usage of stone accents are Stone accents can be:

 - One or more full walls (generally on the front of the home)

 - Half walls or water tables along the front and side of a home (generally about 2-4 feet tall spans)

3. Brick Exterior

 

Brick exteriors (composed of clay bricks) are a classic exterior that remains popular due to durability, strength, and low maintenance.

There are many different shapes, colors, sizes, and styles of brick to choose from.

 A "standard" brick is 2 by 4 by 8 inches.

Other brick options include:

 - "King": Thicker, longer bricks
 - "Roman": Thinner, longer bricks

Brick exteriors are more costly than vinyl or fiber cement, but less than full stone exteriors.

4. Board and Batt Exterior (Board and Batten)

 

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Board and batt exteriors can be composed of vinyl or fiber cement. 

A board and batt design alternates wide boards and narrow strips (battens). While board and batt can be horizontal, it is generally used as a vertical design.

No longer just for cottage and barn style designs, board and batt has become a popular accent for many styles of homes. 

5. Shake Exterior

Shake exteriors are traditionally made from split wood, such as cedar. However, in the North Carolina climate, it is far more popular to have the shakes made with the primary material of the exterior - typically fiber cement or vinyl.

Shakes are generally placed as an "irregular" pattern for artistic appeal.

They are typically placed as accents in various locations on the front of the home.

6. Stucco Exterior

Stucco (composed of plaster and cement applied over a mesh screen), while very popular in some regions of the nation, is rarely used as a home exterior in North Carolina, due mainly to climate conditions.   It is also one of the most expensive siding options in North Carolina. 

When stucco is applied to new homes in NC, it is typically as an accent, such as the opening entry to this home.

Stucco can be smooth or textured, painted or pigmented.

7. Vinyl Exterior

 

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Vinyl siding (composed of PVC or polyvinyl chloride) is a popular exterior material in North Carolina due to its cost effectiveness, low maintenance and improved curb appeal.

A high quality vinyl exterior comes in a variety of shades, tones and thicknesses and does not need to be repainted like fiber cement or stucco.  

 

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Are white kitchen cabinets trending for 2019?

Posted by Stanton Homes on Thu, Oct 11, 2018 @ 15:10 PM

Will white cabinets be popular in 2019?

What cabinet colors are trending for new homes?

Will white cabinets be popular in 2014 homes?

 

White kitchen cabinetry is more popular than ever in trending new home colors for 2019.

Bright white kitchen cabinetry continues to be the top choice for custom homes, with a variety of accents like this, with painted Linen cabinets, Absolute Black granite and white subway tile backsplash.

 

2019 Kitchen Designs - White Cabinet Ideas #1: White and Gray

 

This open island kitchen layout has white cabinets on perimeter with pale Morning Mist grey tone granite with slight lavender/purple vein.

 

The island features custom Mountain Grey cabinetry with Ibere Maestra Black granite.  The white and grey theme is picked up again with white subway tile backsplash and Blended Ice glass mosaic accent over cooktop area, and just a touch of deep grey on the walls. 

 

Will white cabinets be popular in 2014 homes? 

2019 Kitchen Designs - White Cabinet Ideas #2: Java and White

 

The classic layout in the Summerlyn lends itself perfectly to a combination of Cherry Java perimeter cabinets with Painted Linen with Hazelnut Glaze on island. Each color is accented separately, with a Tahoe granite on perimeter with Suede Brown granite on island.  A beautiful natural tumbled stone backsplash completes the look.

 

Will white cabinets be popular in 2014 homes?

2019 Kitchen Designs - White Cabinet Ideas #3: Espresso and White with Black Glaze

The stone accents and natural beams make the Country Manor kitchen a great place for entertaining. Perimeter is Espresso Maple cabinetry. Island is painted Celadon with black glaze.  Granite is Bianco Romano. Decorative stone veneer on floating soffit and framed columns framing kitchen cook top wall cabinetry.

 

Will white cabinets be popular in 2014 homes?

2019 Kitchen Designs - White Cabinet Ideas #4: White on Light

 

The dual island kitchen in the Cannon is bright, light and welcoming, with a combination of light and white. The cabinetry is maple with antique painted finish, topped with pristine Gran Dorado granite. 

 

Will white cabinets be popular in 2014 homes? 

2019 Kitchen Designs - White Cabinet Ideas #5: White with Warm Cherry

 

Rich Cherry tones contrast with brilliant glazed white cabinetry in the Brogan. Cabinetry is painted maple with Butterscotch glaze, with Cherry Spice island, accented with a New Venetian Gold granite. 

 

Will white cabinets be popular in 2014 homes?

2019 Kitchen Designs - White Cabinet Ideas #6: Black and White

 

Maple perimeter is Espresso, island is White with Black Glaze topped with River White granite. Backsplash is Fudge Glass in a waterfall mosaic, with a vertical hang. 

 

Will white cabinets be popular in 2014 homes?

 

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