Building your dream home is one of the most exciting and overwhelming processes. You have your Pinterest boards filled and your must-haves written down for designing the perfect home, but what if you forget something that you wish you would have included?
Here’s a list of 11 luxurious features in 2020 to include in your custom home building plan.
Add novelty to your custom home with bonus natural lighting. You will love how much brighter and larger your rooms will feel with this added touch.
Maximum Storage in Your Mudroom
One way to make your new construction stand out is by building built-in lockers or shelves to give your mudroom a permanent and distinguished look.
Central Vacuum System
With a floor level sweep inlet, you can get rid of your old dustpan and let your central vacuum do the rest. Great for kitchens, mudrooms, bathrooms or work spaces!
How many times have you wished you were stepping out of the shower onto heated floors instead of your cold tile? Installing this feature before your home is built will save you lots of time and money in the long run.
Add some organization to your spacious walk-in closet by adding more shelving and shoe compartments built in ahead of time.
Built-in benches will add charm to your home, as well as additional storage. Plus, they are in line with 2019’s Hottest Kitchen Trends.
Smart Home Technology System
Homeowners today want to be able to control their home systems with the touch of a button, and remotely from their smartphones. This includes home security alarms, cameras, thermostats, shades, lights, entertainment system and even voice assistants.
Talk about practical! Utilize the area underneath your stairs that would otherwise be wasted space.
Better yet, maximize the space in your kitchen with baseboard drawers.
More and more homeowners are including this luxury in their new kitchens. Granite and quartz countertops can be very cold to lean on, especially in the winter, so adding a little bit of heat solves this problem!
Open Walk-In Shower
The best part about building a walk-in shower is that you will have no glass to clean. Plus, these types of showers are easy to incorporate in tighter areas without making the shower feel small.