Hot Trends In Interior Design
Deb & Cheyenne LLC, a family-owned-and-operated land developer in North Georgia, is now working on developments in Pickens, Cherokee, Fannin and Gordon counties. After you’ve chosen a Deb & Cheyenne residential lot that’s perfect for you, it’s time to starting thinking about the kind of interior design elements you’ll want your house to include. If you want some guidance as to what is now popular and desirable, take a look at these suggestions.
Environmentally conscious designs: An “eco-home” is designed and built using materials and technology that reduce its carbon footprint and lowers its energy needs. They include a window-to-wall ratio of less than 30 percent; maximum wall, roof and foundation insulation; tight building envelopes that seal all openings; energy-efficient ventilation, heating and cooling systems; and water-efficient faucets, toilets and appliances.
Flex spaces: These versatile rooms can be transformed into a variety of spaces. For instance, the space can be used as an office, home gym or children’s playroom. And depending on your wants and needs, you can change their purposes whenever you want.
An R&R room: Also called a Zen den, this is an area devoted to maximizing relaxation and getting away from too much activity; it’s also tech-free.
Prep pantries: They’re not for just pouring drinks or storing glasses. Depending on the size, these new kitchen spaces with a door are designed to accommodate countertop appliances (microwaves, coffee makers, etc.), sinks, warming ovens and meal-prep areas. This lets the kitchen be an attractive hub for entertaining while simultaneously sparing your guests from having to look at messes of food. And while you’re at it, go easy on the granite because it’s “trending out.”
The bathrooms: Decorative tile, especially the white beveled subway kind, on the walls and tub apron help create a cohesive design while adding shimmer and texture. Also choose double floating vanities, which are attached to the wall instead of extending to the floor. Besides being cool to look at, it’s a snap to clean under them.
The inside of the front door: Savvy homeowners are painting them a color that’s quite different from its surrounding walls because it creates a striking feature. If your foyer’s color is somewhat muted, then use a bold and bright color on the door, and vice versa.
Using their 60 years of experience, Deb & Cheyenne LLC can help you in every aspect of your purchase, including securing financing to buy the land or getting construction loans. Please don’t hesitate to contact them at 770-639-5687.