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How to customize a floor plan | Custom home design

Posted by Penny Hull on Thu, May 02, 2013 @ 06:05 AM

From "The Dugan" to "The Peay"

                 How to transform a floor plan to make it perfect for you

Everybody loves The Dugan. It's one of Stanton Homes most popular plans. And it was designed especially for the family that built it. Over and over again.

Because even when a plan is perfect for one family, it will need something different for another. Which is why the best custom builders design - and re-design - until the home you're building is perfect for you.

Here's how dramatic the changes can be when you have the flexibility to modify a plan, while retaining its integrity (by a design team that draws it up for you to visualize, even before you buy it.) 

The Dugan: Wheelchair accessible MIL design

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The original Dugan floor plan was custom designed and hand-crafted as a fully accessible, mother in law suite home.

The home was designed to provide an environment that flowed with open spaces: 

- Open concept kitchen and great room

- Second story overlook

- Two story barrel vault foyer

- Large hardwood master suite with his-and-hers spacious bathroom,

- Front porch

- Rear screen porch. 

An elevator was added to the concept, and the powder room was moved from its initial placement. 

Take a video tour to see the details, inside The Dugan:

 

The Peay: Six bedroom custom design

The Peay is a modified version of The Dugan, with custom modifications including reversal of the floor plan layout to accomodate the shape of its homeowner's lot.

 

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On the first floor, the design team:

- Expanded the screen porch

- Expanded the great room

- Included a walk in closet instead of a powder room/elevator combination

- Moved the fireplace to an exterior wall surrounded by windows

- Expanded laundry room, adding space around the sink

- Expanded the garage

- Enclosed the master bathroom commode room

 

 

 

 

Here is the second floor of the Dugan before custom changes:

DuganSecondFloorThe original second floor of the Dugan was designed to be a separate living area for the homeowner's mother, with private Living Room, Bedroom with second Master Bath, and plenty of open space.

 

 

 

 

On the second floor, the design team:

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- Modified the vaulted ceiling into a two story design, adding upper windows

- Reworked the loft

- Converted the optional bonus room into a sixth bedroom

- Redesigned the bath

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Take a video tour to see the details, inside The Peay:

 

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New Home Design Ideas | How to Save Money in the Laundry Room

Posted by Penny Hull on Fri, Dec 09, 2011 @ 06:12 AM

Laundry Room Trends

How to Save Money in the Laundry Room

 

You can save money and build your new home the way you want it - by adding some of the final details later.   Laundry Room Builtins

Why some things need to be upgraded now: Some features will cost a lot more later.  Others might be impossible without totally ripping the house apart to make structural changes.

How some options can be upgraded later: With proper planning, homes can be constructed so that additional features can be added or changed later - as long as they don't involve structural changes, and the floor plan allows enough space.

Here are the top 5 questions to ask before designing your laundry room

1.       Flooring

Laundry Room Flooring

The two most common kinds of flooring in the Laundry Room are ceramic tile or vinyl flooring. Consider the kinds of flooring closest to this room - you'll want to coordinate with the feel of the surrounding rooms. 

A laundry room is usually on the smaller side, ranging anywhere from 6'x8' to 8'x10', in most homes.  Thus you'll likely have somewhere between 48 and 80 square feet of flooring surface, plus any "waste factor" that must be added for material cuts.  So it might be a little easier to "splurge" on an upgraded or unique tile in this room, but you might also want to consider upgrading your guest bath instead.   

2.       Storage

Not all builders offer cabinets over the washer/dryer - it'Laundry Room Storages fairly common to just see a ventilated wire shelf here. 

Cabinets over the washer and dryer can be great for storage of cleaning supplies, paper goods, and other household items.  If you're planning to add cabinets later, make sure the wall space will accommodate a standard cabinet size - a semi-custom or stock cabinet is a lot less expensive than something custom-built for the space.

For a larger laundry room, you may want to consider additional storage.  A closet can be less expensive than a full height furniture grade utility cabinet, and can offer more storage options.  A closet that's large enough for both a full set of shelves AND the vacuum, brooms, and other tall items can be very handy.    

3.       Washer and Dryer

Find out if your builder provides gas or electric hook ups for the dryer.  If you already have appliances, it could be expensive to add the "alternate" hook up later.  Be sure to specify which kind of hook ups you require.

Laundry Room AppliancesGenerally, the washer goes on the left and the dryer on the right.  Your builder should have the washer and dryer hookups prepared for this.  If you prefer something different, let the builder know at rough-in stage, as it can be expensive to change this later.

For the appliances themselves, consider Energy Star labeled and front-loading, water saving washers.  There have been significant advances in both washers and dryers over the past couple of years, and the utility and water savings really add up over time. 

4.       Laundry Sink

Laundry sinks can be convenient, especially if the laundLaundry Room Builtinsry room is right off the garage. 

If you're even considering adding one later, ask your builder to "rough plumb" to the laundry room, so that you don't have to open the walls later to have a plumber add an extension to the laundry room. 

 A free-standing laundry sink is much more cost effective than a cabinet/countertop/sink combination, and you can always add a full cabinetry package later, as long as the "guts" are in place. 

5.       Mudroom

Mudroom

Larger laundry rooms can include a "mudroom" concept.  Built in storage can be handy and appealing, and "drop zones" can be custom designed or purchased through cabinetry companies. 

If the budget is tight upfront, talk to the builder about creating a wall or alcove space that can accommodate a standard size locker set, which you can personally add later. 

A 4 foot or 6 foot section of wall can be planned for future inclusion of shoe racks, storage cubbys, coat hooks, and much more.

Learn more about mudrooms, what they are used for, and what they can include here.

 

 

 

Staying in Budget - and leaving room for future changes

Ask your builder if they will allow you to take a second look at all your choices before making a final decision, and make sure they walk through each one of these features and any others you're considering so you know just what you're paying for - and what you really don't need to come up with until later.

 

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Refrigerator in the Garage - Essential, or Just a Waste of Money?

Posted by Penny Hull on Wed, Oct 05, 2011 @ 11:10 AM

Should I have a second refrigerator?

Where should I keep a second refrigerator?

 
If you're thinking of buying a new home, you'll want to consider whether or not you'll ever want or need a second refrigerator.  

If the answer is YES, talk to your builder about adding a dedicated circuit in the Laundry Room or Mudroom.  

In some homes, the original layout for the Laundry Room or Mudroom might not be quite big enough as originally drawn.  In that case, talk to your builder about adjusting the room size, and eliminate the necessity of putting that extra fridge in the garage!

A refrigerator in the garage is exposed to extremes in temperature, especially in southern climates.   That refrigerator needs to work REALLY hard during the summer to keep everything nice and cool - which means it's probably going to cost a lot more in energy bills than you'd like it to.

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If a second refrigerator is essential to your lifestyle (big family, lots of entertaining, Costco stock up trips?), plan ahead and keep that refrigerator inside conditioned space.

We can redesign your kitchen floor plan to put everything just where you need it – BEFORE you build.

Choosing to build your new home with exceptional NC custom home builders like Stanton Homes allows more creativity, within your budget, than you ever thought possible! Find out more today – here’s how to get started:



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What is a Coffered Ceiling?

Posted by Penny Hull on Wed, Aug 10, 2011 @ 10:08 AM

Raleigh Custom Home Ceiling Treatment Options: Coffered Ceilings

What is a coffered ceiling?Coffered Ceiling Styles


A coffered ceiling is a specialty ceiling treatment.  This architectural detail divides a ceiling into a grid of recessed panels accented by dropped beams, usually in the form of multiple squares or rectangles, depending on the dimensions of the room.

Each of the beamed sections of the coffered ceiling is then finished using a variety of interior trim options.

Recessed can lighting is a great accent touch for a coffered ceiling, and provides soft, reflective light throughout the room.



Coffered Ceiling Design Ideas - Houzz Ideabook
 

Each Stanton Home coffered ceiling is customized to the unique features of the room.

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Signature Archway Ceilings

Signature Archways are included, at no extra cost, in all of our Stanton Homes, at every price point.

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A Signature Trey Ceiling can add detail, dimension, and depth to nearly any room in your new home.

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Make your foyer welcoming, gracious, and distinctive, with a Stanton Homes Signature Barrel Vault Ceiling.

 

 

 

 

 

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Archways and Arched Opening Ideas

Posted by Penny Hull on Mon, Aug 08, 2011 @ 11:08 AM

Arched Opening Ideas

Custom home special details that stand out: Arched Openings

 

Popular locations for custom home archways include: formal dining rooms, foyers, family rooms, breakfast rooms, kitchens, great rooms, hallways, and master bathrooms.

The placement, angle, and color of archways can be designed to create dramatic flare or discrete elegance.

See photos of custom homes with archways in this Houzz Ideabook.

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Staircase Design - "Post to Post" or "Over the Post"?

Posted by Penny Hull on Tue, Jun 28, 2011 @ 15:06 PM

New Home Staircase Design Ideas 

Post to Post and Over the Post Systems

What's the Difference?

Staircase style and design options can be overwhelming, but understanding two of the basic systems can make your custom home staircase design decisions much easier!

The staircase is often placed within view of the foyer, so it has the ability to make or break a first impression of your home.

So, what's the difference between a Post to Post and an Over the Post design?  Here's the basics.

Post to Post Staircase Picture | Staircase Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home BuildersPost to Post Staircase Design

In a post to post staircase design, the handrails run between two newel posts.

"Newel posts" are the column that support the balustrades and handrail.

Pictured here are box newel posts and wrought iron balusters with an alternating basket design.

The grey and white painted posts and handrail give this home a more contemporary feel.

These color choices contrast with the more commonly used oak wood finishes.

Over the Post Staircase Picture | Staircase Design Ideas | Raleigh Custom Home BuildersOver the Post Staircase Design

In an over the post staircase design, the handrails run over the newel posts and the balusters are fitted into the handrailing.

Pictured here is a volute over the post system. A "volute" design consists of a spiral at the ends of the handrail.

A bullnose step is required for a volute over the post design. This staircase incorporates the popular trend of wrought iron balusters with alternating baskets.

This oak and iron staircase design style is more formal and traditional than a box newel or craftsman style staircase.

Find out more about staircase design ideas here, or ask your Raleigh custom home builder to help you design a staircase that reflects YOUR taste and lifestyle!

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What is the most popular Front Door Color? New Home Trends

Posted by Penny Hull on Tue, Jun 28, 2011 @ 09:06 AM

Custom Home Front Door Trends

What Front Door Colors do Homebuyers Choose?

Red front doors seem to be growing in popularity among new homebuyers. Whether they choose a bright tone or a dark shade, red is the common factor in the custom homes below.

Other common colors include white, black, and shades of brown (using both stain and paint).

 

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Pictured here is a contemporary new custom home: black shutters, roofing, and mulch, white vinyl siding, and brick steps with a bright red door.

Transom windows surrounding the front door allow additional light into the foyer.

A small front entraceway features stately columns.

 

 

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White accents and transom windows surround this red front door.

Matching red shutters help draw out the color of this front door.

The exterior of this home beautifully blends several tones of siding, including: dark grey shakes, light grey vinyl, and multi-toned stone.

A covered corner wrap-around porch encases the front entrace with intricate railings.  

 

  Front Door Colors | Front Door Styles | New Home Builders Raleigh

 

An arched stone covered entrace surrounds a solid red wood door.

Light toned stone and vinyl exterior draw out the unique front door color and style.

A custom tile floor leads into the home.

No matter what style your new home is, it's easy to change the impact of the front of your home by adding a new coat of paint!  

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Custom Home Design Trends: Staircase Styles and Ideas

Posted by Penny Hull on Tue, Jun 07, 2011 @ 08:06 AM

New Home Staircase Styles and Ideas

Staircase Options for Your Custom Home

 

Staircases are often visible from the foyer, so you'll want to make a good first impression with your staircase design choices.

Check out these popular custom home staircase styles, from traditional to craftsman, wrought iron and more.

 

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Carpeted Staircases

Most staircases are carpeted.

This wide-step staircase is set to the side of the open Foyer, with wrought-iron balusters and oak handrails that further extend the spacious feel. 

A staircase can be designed to be open and inviting, particularly when the staircase is part of a two-story or vaulted Great Room or Family Room.

 

Iron Baluster Staircase

 

Using carpet in this custom home was a cost effective way to add oak detailing and wrought iron balusters.

The iron balusters add touch of elegance and permanence to this staircase.

 

 

 

 Box Newel Staircase

Newel Posts

A newel is the "anchor" post, the main column that supports the handrail.

Newels can be custom designed for the homebuyer by the trim carpenters or staircase specialists.

Newels can be boxy or round, small or large.

Pictured here is a Stanton Home with box newel posts in a post-to-post staircase system.

An interesting newel can really change the look and feel of your staircase.

  

 

Craftsman Staircases

 

Craftsman Style Home

 

This custom home features a craftsman style staircase with a box newel post system.

 

Craftsman staircases are simplistic and timeless.

 

Craftsman style homes are favored by those who enjoy clean lines and solid structures, with a sense of elegance.

 

 

 

 

 Open Tred Staircase Design

Open Tread Staircases

On an Open Tread Staircase, balusters are placed directly into the top of the stairway treads, as pictured here.

Alternating baskets with standard balusters adds visual detail and avoids monotony.

A typical oak newel post supports the oak handrail.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kneewall Staircases

Kneewall Staircase

 

The opposite of an Open Tread Staircase is a Kneewall Staricase.  

In this Kneewall Staircase, the balusters are installed into the closed stringer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Over The Post Staircases

Over the Post Volute Staircase

 

This Over the Post staircase features Volute style posts with delicate, intricate wrought iron details.

A Volute post spirals at the bottom of the stairway. These posts require a starting step. 

 

With a multitude of options, the staircases in your new home can truly reflect your own personality.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact us about the home you have in mind, and ideas for your Raleigh Custom Home staircase. We can work with you to modify nearly any floorplan to incorporate your unique style and needs.

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Easy Guide to Window Styles: Half Round, Eyebrow, and More

Posted by Penny Hull on Thu, May 19, 2011 @ 16:05 PM

What are the Most Popular Window Types for New Custom Built Homes?

One reason homeowners choose to build custom is for the ability to determine every detail about the home, down to individual window size and style selections.

Your window style adds to the character and asthetic appeal of your home, so you will want to consider all your options and choose carefully.

What are the most popular window selections for new custom homes in the Raleigh area? Below are some of the most popular window styles, one (or more) of which might be ideal for your next home.

 

 Custom Home Half Round Window Selections

1. Half Round

Half round windows are rounded from side to side, and look like a half-circle.

Half round windows are often included above doors or other windows, allowing more light into the home.

Pictured here are half round windows, with a hint of sunburst design.  

2. Colonial Arch

Arch windows can have a traditional or contemporary feel, depending on the style of the home.

Arch windows are similar to half round windows, with an arched top between two straight sides. Arch windows are also often placed above doors or other windows, allowing more light into the home.

 

3. Eyebrow

Eyebrow windows are just that - shaped like an eyebrow! Eyebrow windows were originally used to bring light and ventilation into attic spaces, but can now be incorporated into any area of the home.

Eyebrow window designs have long been used to enhance many different architectural styles, in conjunction with various window styles.

 

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4. Transom

Transom windows are stationary windows, often found above or to the sides of entry doors or other windows.

Transom windows allow more light into the home, while adding complexity to the exterior.

The transom windows pictured here add an elegant accent to this custom home by Stanton Homes.

 

 

5. Windows with Flankers 

Easy Guide to Window Styles | Window with FlankersWindows with flankers consist of three pieces: a center window and a smaller window to each side.

Windows with flankers come in a variety of sizes. 

The "flanking" windows can be of different heights.

 

6. Sunburst

Sunburst windows consist of several window panes, divided into sun ray shapes. Sunburst windows can be complex, with many "rays" or more simple with just a few.

Sunburst treatments are often used on half-round and colonial arch windows.

 

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Kitchen Design Trends | Butler's Pantry Ideas

Posted by Penny Hull on Fri, May 13, 2011 @ 05:05 AM

Kitchen Design Trends: Butler's Pantry Ideas

Butler's Pantries Are Packed with Purpose, as Storage Solutions, Preparation Areas, and Showcase Centers

Trends show that more homeowners are putting their money, time, and effort into creating their perfect kitchen design, with a smooth integration of both form and function.

Custom Kitchen Desing

Among the more popular kitchen design trends is the addition of a Butler’s Pantry.

A Butler’s Pantry can be added to new custom homes of nearly any size and budget.

 

There are a few questions you should be able to answer, before you talk to your custom home builder about adding the butler’s pantry to your favorite floor plan.

 

1. What is the purpose of the Butler's Pantry? 

The purpose of the Butler's Pantry will help determine the size and cost of the space. Common uses for a Butler's Pantry include:

Storage space.

Need more storage space for your kitchen or dining room? Butler's Pantries are often equipt with cabinets, shelves, and doors, perfect for easy reach of often-used items.

Kitchen Design Trends 2011

 

Food preparation.

Kitchens have become an area for entertaining, not just cooking.

Butler's Pantries provide additional serving area you may need to put the finishing touches on a meal, while keeping the main kitchen areas clear for conversation.

A showcase.

The Butlers Pantry can include decorative shelves or display areas, plate racks, wine racks, stem glass holders, and more. This would be a great place to show off your china, silver, and wine selections.

  

2. Where should the Butler's Pantry be placed?

The location of a Butler's Pantry can often be determined by the intended use. Common locations for a Butler's Pantry include:

Between the Kitchen and Formal Dining Room.

A Butler's Pantry can generally be found in-between the Kitchen and the Formal Dining Room. This area allowsFormal Dining Butlers Pantry for convenience, while still showing off the unique features of the pantry.

Hallways and Staircases.

Butlers Pantries make great use of small hallways, particularly around staircases.

An Alcove off the Dining Room.

A Butlers Pantry can also be tucked in an alcove off the dining room itself.

 

3. What style and size should your Butler's Pantry be?

 

Kitchen Storage Solutions

Butler's Pantries can be simple or more complex, depending on the price point of the home.

Small and simple.

A butler's pantry usually offers some countertop space that matches the countertops found in the kitchen.

You can keep your granite countertops, if you are looking to create a smaller, simpler storage area. The key is to keep the area practical and convenience.

 

 Butlers Pantry with Wine Rack

 

 

Medium and convenient.

Want the additional storage space, while still creating a showcase? Crown molding, decorative hardware, and countertops all add to the appeal of a butler's pantry, while still keeping within a budget.

Cabinetry can either match the kitchen, or contrast for more texture and color.

Glass doors can be very appealing in a Butlers Pantry.

Large and elegant.

Larger homes have room for extensive butlers pantries, with tiers of drawers and cabinetry.

Luxury homes sometimes feature extensive butlers pantries, with built in wet bars, premium wine coolers, and much more. 

Luxury butler pantries are often created from scratch by custom cabinet makers. 

Add a Butlers Pantry to a Floor Plan

Remember, Butlers Pantries can be included in homes of nearly any size and budget.  Ask your custom home builder how to incorporate a butler's pantry into your floor plan.

Contact us about how to incorporate a butler's pantry in to your new home floor plan.  We can work with you to modify nearly any floor plan.

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