Storage Ideas For Your Custom Home
When we think of what our dream home looks like, it’s usually spacious, not cluttered, and beautifully decorated. In your custom home, there’s a place for everything, and everything has a place. Shoes don’t have to fight for space in the closet, there’s always enough room for different kinds of pasta in the pantry, and books sit perfectly and unobstructed on the shelves in the living room. In order for your home to accommodate your personal growth, and the growth of your family, home storage needs to be considered a top priority, especially when it comes to building a home. When building your custom home, you have control over every last detail, so make your final say count by going for the best custom home storage solutions for you and your family.
Build an Amazing Entryway Closet
Although the average person doesn’t feel like they have a massive collection of shoes, boots, hats, and coats, anyone who’s tried to organize their hall closet will tell you that when all those coats are stuffed in one space it can feel like you’ve got a whole clothing store on your hands! Often, when you feel overwhelmed about your front hall closet, it’s not because you have an egregious amount of coats, it’s because the space is simply not adequate for your needs.
Avoid having those overflowing front hall shoe racks and coat hooks by having a custom entryway closet built for the foyer of your home! Having a full wall-length cabinet system with a comfortable seating space to put on your shoes will make your home so much more organized and easy to manage!
Have a Chef’s Kitchen
Kitchen appliances add up! We buy fancy kitchen tools on the internet and get mixers and juicers as gifts, and if you like to bake you know the slew of items that come specifically for cake making and decorating! All of these appliances and gadgets can really take up space, making you wonder if you’ll have room for storing the essentials like food and dishes in your kitchen!
When building your custom home, take the kitchen into consideration as you’ll most likely be spending a good amount of time in it, and you don’t want to be tripping over your popcorn maker. Cabinet space, shelf space, and even a separate closet pantry can make sure that you and your kitchen stay organized so you can truly enjoy cooking for the people you love.
Make Your Walk-in Closet a Dressing Room
A beautiful walk-in closet/dressing room is on the top of the list for so many people’s dream home features. We collect clothes, shoes, and jewelry throughout our lives, some passed down, some sentimental, and some we just don’t have the heart to get rid of. When your closet is cramped, it’s virtually impossible to keep it clean, and a messy closet will make it difficult to put a great outfit together.
Going all-out in your closet will keep you organized, keep your clothes clean and unwrinkled, and will encourage you to buy less new clothing when all of your clothes are organized clearly in front of you to see what you have available. When building your custom home storage, a closet with plenty of hanger space, drawers, shelves for shoes, and a gorgeous vanity are all sophisticated parts of the perfect bedroom.
Frame Your Television
There are so many things we like to keep in our living rooms. As a room that the whole family flocks to, we like to keep functional and useful items like books, toys, pet supplies, and video-game consoles, while also keeping our favourite photos and decor items for everyone who comes into our homes to see. A living room can be a tricky balancing act between beauty and functionality that makes it very hard to keep tidy and spacious.
When designing your custom living room, keeping home storage in mind is key. A very popular choice for living room storage is a new and elegant take on the old 1970s entertainment units. By framing your television with clean, white shelves and cabinets, you can have a storage space that is also aesthetically pleasing. Put your books, family photos, and vases on the shelves, and the toys and game consoles hidden discreetly in cabinets!
Turn Your Garage into a Builder’s Dream
If you’re someone who likes to do your own home renovations, make furniture, or who always has some kind of hands-on project on the go, you most likely have a garage full of tools. Not only are tools big and space-taking, but they’re also expensive and need to be carefully kept. This can make storing all of your tools in your garage comfortably a daunting task.
Taking advantage of building a custom home and making your garage into a sanctuary for you and your tools can really benefit you and save you money in the long run. By properly storing your tools, you prolong their lives and get the best work from them possible. Putting up cabinets, hooks, and a work counter in your garage can turn it into your dream workspace!
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Custom Home Building Process
At Omega, it’s important to us that our clients know what to expect when we start the process of building their custom home. We’re there for you every step of the way, from finding the perfect lot to picking out the final intricate details that will turn your custom build into your dream home. Once your home is complete, we will be available to you for any warranty concerns and all necessary aftercare.
Before we start any build, we take the time to sit down with clients and discuss exactly what they want. Involving our clients in the design process ensures that they get a home unique to their taste that they will love for years to come. We openly discuss budgets with every client and break down the costs associated with building a custom home so that our clients are never left in the dark.
We don’t just build you a house, we build you a home. We assemble the top architects, designers, and trades personnel to work in conjunction with our experienced and licensed staff, in order to make your dream home a reality. As a Tarion Custom Home Design-Builder, we feel it is our responsibility to be adaptable to each client’s individual needs. There’s no job we can’t handle, and we will do whatever it takes to meet your requests with high-quality results. Our architects and designers are always looking for new and exciting challenges, so the only limit is your imagination.
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