Designing the Perfect Home

Written by Posted On Friday, 26 April 2019 11:12

Want to Design The Perfect Home? Consider These Aspects

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Everyone wants to think that their home is perfect. However, unless you built your home from the ground-up, then it's likely not exactly perfect for you. For those who are answering the challenge of designing the perfect home, it can be easy to get too carried away with the bells and whistles. When it comes to the perfect home there are really only a few aspects that you need to get absolutely right. Everything else is just details to make the home custom to you. So, if you want to make sure that your design fits the 'perfect' category, consider these aspects.


1. Vaulted Ceilings

All of the perfect homes tend to have one thing in common. They all have vaulted ceilings. This is because no one wants to walk into a home and feel cramped. Your home can have quite a small square foot size and still feel huge if it has vaulted ceilings. With this increase in vertical size comes another aspect, too. Whenever you look at a home in a magazine during the holidays, they're always decked out with beautiful directions. One of those decorations is always a 12 foot Christmas tree. This makes the home reach mansion level. Even if it isn't the actual size of a mansion, seeing a huge Christmas tree that is ornately decorated in their large living room makes it feel as such. Those vaulted ceilings of your home can also boast this large tree and make it appear stately.


2. Large Shower/Tub

Another staple for a perfect home is to have a large shower or tub. Even having both isn't a bad idea. This also means that the bathroom, itself, should be large and bright. Part of this can be done by using skylights to allow natural light to flood the room. Bright rooms always feel far larger than they actually are. The room can also be made to feel brighter by using whites, greys, and light blues on the walls, floors, and for your sink counters. In regards to the large shower and tub, however, these have to be wide and easy to access. After a long day at work, your tub, especially, could be the key place for you to relax and unwind.


3. Outdoor Entertainment Space

While you can certainly entertain in your home, a perfect house always has a place outside for entertainment. You don't necessarily need a pool either. While pools can be a great place for friends and family to play and relax, it isn't necessary for a perfect home. You might instead want to put your money towards an outdoor bar and fire pit area. Fire pits, especially, have become a beloved addition for many families. Not only do they offer an intimate space to gather around and connect, but you can also use them to cook food with delicious smoke-laced flavor. In regards to a bar, on those sunny and warm summer days, you can throw a party in your backyard and serve your friends from behind the bar. This bar area should also be filled with comfortable furniture. At least some portion of the bar area should be covered, too. This is to offer your guests a reprieve from the sun as well as ensure that your furniture and bar area are protected from the weather.


4. Smart Technology

One final aspect of designing your home to be perfect is to implement smart technology. This isn't just to make your home appear fancy, but it also serves a practical purpose. It makes your life a lot easier. You can control your home with just a few button pushes on your phone no matter where you are.

Designing the perfect home can be easier than you realize. These aspects should be considered to ensure your home falls under that category.

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