Interior Design 

 

Buyers choose new-construction homes because they want to direct the details .

Choosing everything from the stain on the dining room floor to the glaze on the kitchen cabinets.But the best part about building  , orchestrating all those details —-also has the power to overwhelm people.Consider all the interior finishes to select:  Flooring, cabinets, counter tops, lighting and plumbing finishes. The process starts with smiles , but it's no doubt an intense process, We want to make sure our buyers keep those smiles! Making the stakes even higher is the fact that a home is the most expensive purchase most people are likely to make. In the interest of making sure you design a house that you will enjoy for many years to come, we have put together some examples that may make the process a little easier.  Standard Interior Wall Color is Tumbleweed with White Trim (Pictured on left) . If you would like to Upgrade to another paint grade or color,  use this visual tool to explore color options! 



 
      Cabinets & Countertops

 

Some experts recommend to pick your countertops first because they can vary in color, pattern, and style making it hard to match flooring and cabinetry in your kitchen. When picking your countertop it is important to think about the possible idea of having a backsplash in your kitchen. Picking your countertops first also allows you better match paints, stains, hardware, and specialty finishes. Whether you choose granite, marble or a premiuim laminate, you are sure to find a color and pattern that reflects your unique style.  

 

For inspiration please visit our preferred vendors Design Style Gallery  and  use the Wilsonart Visualizor tool to experiment with different colors and styles! 

 

Still have questions about Cabinets & Countertops?  visit our vendor at  Jodi's Cabinets 

Flooring 
 

Choosing the right flooring for a particular room in your home may seem like a daunting decision. It's a process that combines your personal taste with careful thinking about practicality. After all, it's a surface you, your family and friends will walk, stand and sit on, your kids will spill, play and grow up on. But asking yourself a few key questions at the beginning of the process should help reduce your worry, ease your choice and increase your long-term satisfaction with your new floor.

 

Here are some ideas to get you started!   Shaw Inspires 

 

Preferred Local Vendors include Big Hay Flooring   

Florim Tile Outlet & HG Painting 

 

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