Every New Year we are motivated by the sense of a fresh start for tackling those home remodel projects that never get done the year before. Many people will create a wish list of to-dos—primarily inspired by the latest trends in design and remodeling. Novella Designer Homes has compiled a list of home remodel projects that are sure to get your New Year off to a great start!
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The year is coming to an end and the holidays are upon us, but that doesn’t mean there’s not still plenty of fun to go around! Here are few of the many local holiday festivities you can attend this holiday season.
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If you’re in the market for a new home, selecting a custom home builder for your needs and for the type of new home you seek is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. Fortunately, there are a few proven ways to speed up the research and selection process and to help ensure that you find a quality builder who is a good fit to construct your new home.
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Building your custom home can be a very exciting time. However, it can also be stressful, expensive and daunting if you’ve never done it before. For many, building a home doesn’t happen everyday, so it is important to feel as comfortable as possible along the way. This article will discuss where to start when you’re building your custom home, so you can ease some of that stress that comes along with the exciting process.
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Rustic Modern style homes usually have an open floor plan, modern furniture and preserved and exposed natural architectural elements. The color scheme is very simple with large windows bringing the outdoors in. This design style has an informal elegance.
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Homes with the Mediterranean style tend to mimic those traditionally found in Mediterranean countries, particularly Spain, France and Italy. The most distinctive characteristic of this style of home is a low-pitched tile roof, which is often red. These homes often include extensive outdoor living areas, columns and arched windows and openings, and are usually finished in stucco.
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The Contemporary architectural style runs the gamut from mid-century modern to the latest designs representing current trends towards sleek, contemporary design. This design is characterized by clean, simple lines, a minimum of decoration, lots of glass, and flat or shed rooflines.
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The Traditional architectural design style has characteristics of one or more historical architectural styles, without being easily classified as any particular style. They can be eclectic or simply pared-down, modern-day interpretations of historic architectural styles. They tend to feature floor plans with a formal living and dining room, along with traditional comforts like welcoming front porches and cozy fireplaces.
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When it comes to remodeling your kitchen, cabinets can be one of your biggest expenses, accounting for up to 40 percent of your budget. Even more, they set the stage of your kitchen and you will have them for years. This is why selecting kitchen cabinets can be daunting. Here is a helpful guide to assist you with selecting the right kitchen cabinets for your kitchen remodel.
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Both are popular selections for countertops, but quartz and quartzite are not the same material. Each offers differences in appearance, durability, care and price that you should know about before making your decision.
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