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House Designs – What’s Hot and What’s Not 

House Designs – What’s Hot and What’s Not 

 

When it comes to coming up with house designs, homeowners want to create a space that reflects their unique style and needs. With so many options available, it can be overwhelming to decide which design elements to incorporate into your custom house plan. To help inspire you, here are some trends in custom house plan designs that are currently hot – and some that are not.

 

What’s Hot:

 

Open Floor Plans

One of the most popular trends in custom house designs is an open floor plan, which allows for easy flow and communication between rooms. This type of design is perfect for entertaining, as it allows guests to move seamlessly from the living room to the kitchen without feeling cramped.

House Designs with Natural Light:

Another trend that’s gaining popularity is the use of natural light. Large windows and skylights allow for plenty of sunlight to enter the home, creating a bright and airy atmosphere. Not only does this provide health benefits, but it also helps to reduce energy costs by reducing the need for artificial lighting.

Indoor to Outdoor Living Spaces:

Indoor to outdoor living spaces provide numerous benefits, including expanding usable living space, improving natural lighting and ventilation, and providing a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor areas. These spaces allow homeowners to enjoy the beauty and serenity of the outdoors while still enjoying the comfort and convenience of indoor living.

What’s Not:

 

Formal Dining Rooms:

While formal dining rooms were once considered a staple in custom home design, they are now becoming less popular. Many homeowners are opting for more casual dining spaces that are integrated into the kitchen or living room. Does this mean that they have no place in a custom house design? Absolutely not. Many Lexar homeowners still opt for this feature but in a more modern, functional layout.

Oversized Bathtubs:

Large, luxurious bathtubs were once a hallmark of custom house designs. However, as homeowners become more concerned with water conservation and efficiency, these oversized tubs are being replaced with more practical, eco-friendly options. Some Lexar homeowners even opt to get rid of the tub altogether to create a larger, more luxurious shower in the primary suite.

Neutral Color Schemes:

While neutral color schemes have been popular for years, they are now becoming less common. Homeowners are now opting for more bold and vibrant colors, as well as patterned wallpaper and unique accent walls. Many Lexar homeowners also opt for more natural but still vibrant color schemes and integrate the use of one or multiple natural wood colors.

In conclusion, custom house design trends are constantly evolving, and it’s important to choose elements that reflect your personal style and needs. By staying informed on the latest trends, you can create a home that is both functional and stylish. If you are looking for inspiration, visit our custom home photo gallery or the Lexar Homes Pinterest page to check out some of the more recent designs that our homeowners have chosen!

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