Checking Out Trending Architectural Styles For New Home Builders

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Home builders today have a lot to think about when it comes to completing homes built with the latest modern architectural designs. In today's world of home construction, remaining ahead of the competition means you staying abreast of the most trending architectural designs. When you have a client that is looking for new and modern, but is unsure what design would be best, you need to be able to offer that client trending home designs that not many other homeowners are not currently living in. Check out some of the latest architectural designs of today so you will be ready to produce them for your next client.

An Era Of Distinctive Design Elements 

Many homes today are being built using open floor plans, leaving a lot of room for the addition of distinct and modern design components. For example, in an open floor plan with a great room and dining room in one, the addition of a ceiling screen would be perfect for an even flow of natural light. Ceiling screens are becoming one of the most sought-after modern home designs because they are beautiful and help to save energy for lighting. A ceiling screen is similar to a skylight, only it covers most of the ceiling and is fitted with blinds that can be operated from the floor.

All-Natural Home Designs

When modern designs are combined with Mother Nature's building materials, you may be surprised at the results. Today, many people want to live in eco-friendly homes, giving the term 'going green' all new meaning. For example, hobbit hole homes are becoming popular while homes built completely with materials like bamboo are becoming more popular as well. Some eco-friendly homes are built using materials from the like straw bales and mud, commonly referred to as earth plaster. More and more people are stepping outside of the traditional box of home designs, meaning home builders will need to follow them for remaining ahead of their competition.

Functionality Meets Interior Architectural Structures

Offering your clients options for functional interior home structure is one way to give them some of the latest trends in modern home design. For example, bookshelves that can be used like cubby holes or bathrooms with benches for adding the effects of a spa while also adding greater functionality for sitting down while preparing for a bath. Bath benches can double as storage areas for stacks of towels and other toiletry items as well.

Many of the newest trends in architectural design are innovating and can provide the homeowner with energy efficiency, daily functionality while being beautiful and unusual at the same time.


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