Spring is just around the corner and this yearly seasonal awakening inspires practical and welcoming features in today's new home designs. A house is more than just where you live; done right, a new home makes life easier and serves as a refuge where you feel comfortable, connected to family, and at peace. Below are spring-inspired design ideas for a dream home you can't wait to return to, no matter what the season.
Keep The Dirt Where It Belongs
Our award-winning team has built over 1,600 new homes, and one of the most sought-after features is a mudroom that will accommodate and organize coats, footwear, and all kinds of sports gear. Must-haves are plenty of shelving or cabinets for storage, plus a seating area for comfortably removing boots and shoes. Leaving unsightly messes from muddy shoes behind means that dirt will not be tracked into the rest of the house. The mudroom can also double as the repotting station for your spring plants by adding a convenient countertop.
Relax In The Outdoors
Home porches are not only aesthetically pleasing, but they also provide the perfect place to enjoy nature. They allow you to add architectural detail to just about any house style, either complementing or transforming the existing look. Add a porch and enjoy a cozy area to sip morning coffee or visit with family and friends.
Let That Natural Light Shine In
Countless studies have connected an abundance of natural light with improved mood and wellbeing. Welcome nature inside by letting natural light be the star of the room. Whether it is a "wall of windows" or french doors, the more there are, the more the light will shine in. Natural light transforms an ordinary room into a brighter and lighter gathering space.
At Connecticut Valley Homes, we understand how to transform a house into a home. Our experienced team designs and builds light-filled spaces that suit your lifestyle and meet your budget. We invite you to speak with one of our new home professionals to answer all your questions about building. Call (800) 468-6284 today!