Having a custom-built home is a great investment regardless of the size. In fact, the best part of building a custom home is the freedom you have to make it exactly right for your needs. Even if you’ve decided to construct a smaller home, there’s no reason you shouldn’t be as creative as you possibly can. This post will look at how you can use vision to transform your small custom house into the perfect home.
One of the ways you can maximize the utility of your custom home is to make use of the right colors. The following post explains how you can do this:
This One Easy Trick Can Make Your Room Feel Bigger Instantly
Small rooms can be tricky to decorate. Beyond the simple issue of having to triple-measure furniture for size and crafting the best layout for your space, paint color can actually have a huge impact on how big or small your space feels—and this decision goes beyond pure color choices. Paint a room in a color that’s on the darker side, and you may make a light-filled room feel smaller. But use a stark white paint color in a north-facing room, and you may end up with a classic “white box syndrome”—a sad white room with no personality. Read more at My Domaine…
The choice of color of your room needs to be made based on a number of factors that include the direction your house faces. These and many other aspects need to be taken into account.
You may find that certain rooms in your home are narrower than others. Worry not, because they can also be made to look wider, as explained in the following post:
How to make a narrow room look wider
Furnishing and decorating a narrow room can be a challenge. If done incorrectly, space can look cramped, corners and other nooks are left empty, and the room itself doesn’t feel functional. There are a few visual tricks that can make a room feel wider, and furniture arranging tips that will guarantee the usability of space.
Don’t cramp the furniture in
You need to respect not only the space but the furniture you are putting in it. There’s no point in squeezing large furniture into a small space, it’ll look and feel cramped. Instead, opt for especially narrow tables or sideboards, and furniture that is within the scale of the room. Read more at Better Homes and Gardens…
If you notice, the big idea when working with smaller homes is to consider all aspects of decorating before making specific decisions. The resulting cohesion makes things seem more spacious.
Once you have painted and arranged everything properly, the next thing you need to do is manage the space already created. The following post explains how you can do this:
But if you really feel the need to stretch out in your small space, you can make some decorating changes to make the area look and feel larger without moving any walls! With color, furniture arranging, and interesting lighting, your space won’t feel so cramped.
Clear Out the Clutter. There’s nothing that makes a small space feel cramped more than having too much stuff. Work out ways to get collections out of view, organized behind doors, table skirts, or on shelves. With things neatly arranged and out of sight, the space that is in view will feel orderly and open. Read more at The Spruce…
With these and more tips, you’re sure to get maximum utility — and useable space — out of your home. Just remember that everything starts with the construction, so it’s vital that you work with the right builder. If you’re in Fort Mill, SC, Oz Custom Home Builders is the company to call.
We are passionate about turning dreams into homes and we will be happy to walk with you on your Oz custom home-building journey. Call us today at (803) 242-0050 or fill the contact form on our website. We look forward to hearing from you.