These 6 design styles can help you build a beautiful dream home

These 6 design styles can help you build a beautiful dream home

These 6 design styles can help you build a beautiful dream home

When searching for a new home, potential buyers often need to align their vision of a dream home with their needs, budget and the overall look and feel they desire in a property. 

However, low inventory in today’s housing market requires potential homeowners to choose housing options that might not always meet those needs or appeal to their aesthetic goals. In the long run, needed renovations on older homes can cost homeowners more money as they attempt to design a home they’ve always envisioned.

Luckily, Schell Brothers, a home construction company based in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, offers new homeowners the option to personalize their home and choose a design style that best suits their needs and tastes.

Below are six popular design styles to help homeowners create their perfect home.

1. Transitional

Transitional design style incorporates both the timelessness of traditional design features and the sleekness of modern appliances.

Often, new homeowners like the familiarity of the traditional, but with the added convenience and functionality of modern design. Transitional is a design style offered by Schell Brothers that incorporates both the timelessness of traditional design features and the sleekness of modern appliances to give the property a balanced look. The style regularly incorporates modern materials paired with plush furnishings. Often thought of as a sleek and laid-back style, transitional design is best suited for those who wish to have a look and feel that embodies the comfort and convenience everyone seeks in their perfect home.

2. Coastal

When living in relative proximity to the beach, it’s nice to have a home that fits the aesthetic of the shore. The coastal design option is so popular that even those who don’t live by the seaside take advantage of its trendy appeal. Coastal home design often accentuates the color palette of the shore’s water and sand, from blues to driftwood tones. Elements of coastal style also include lean-lined cabinets and beadboard details, to name a few. This design style can also be conveniently mixed with other styles through colors and accessories ranging from casual to elegant flair.

3. Farmhouse/Country

Transitional design style incorporates both the timelessness of traditional design features and the sleekness of modern appliances.

Homeowners searching for rustic flair will appreciate the farmhouse/country design style. Features include Shaker-style cabinets, beadboards, and distressed features that make up the style’s elegant and regal feel. Slipcovered furnishings, traditional florals and soft, muted colors also add to a peaceful atmosphere that helps create the look of a vintage farmhouse in the countryside. It’s a great design for those who appreciate the elegance of old-world charm and the tranquility of a quaint aesthetic.

4. Modern Farmhouse

Boasting some similarities to the farmhouse style, the modern farmhouse design offers cleaner lines with touches of rustic appeal. Those designing their home may find features like Shaker cabinets and soft muted colors. However, black is a common feature in modern farmhouse design, as it combines the clean lines of a contemporary home with the rustic touches of a farmhouse. Potential homeowners can pursue the design styles guide in the online Design Studio to see how a modern farmhouse will look as opposed to the farmhouse/country style or any of the other design aesthetics.

5. Traditional

A traditional style focuses on classic details, rich furnishings and many accessories.

A traditional design style may be an appealing option for homeowners who appeal to a more maximal flair. Classic details, rich furnishings and many accessories come together to create this prominent home style. Features like dark finished woods, rich color palettes, ornate detailing and fabrics make for a decadent feast on the eyes for homeowners and guests alike. Often, this style can even enhance when combined with other design styles because it accentuates features through layering.

6. Contemporary

Looking for a modern sanctuary that doesn’t go to the extreme in design? Contemporary home style will appeal to those who like curved lines, precise lines, and sleek furnishings for a smooth and clean look. This construction often includes more metals, dark slab front cabinets and countertops with less veining and fluidity. Neutral colors from blacks, whites and grays offer a sleek and bold feel to the surfaces in the home. However, Schell Brothers’ contemporary design doesn’t make homeowners feel like they live in a cold museum. They balance the modern appeal with traditional charm, so homeowners feel comfortable living in their new homes.

Homeowners who are unsure of what design style best fits their needs can also take Schell Brother’s online style quiz to determine which aesthetic to choose. No matter which design style homeowners select for their new home, Schell Brothers will work with the buyer’s vision and can even mix and match design features to make for a home that best fits everyone’s daily needs.

Want to design your dream home? ContactSchell Brothers today for a consultation or browse styles in theDesign Studio.

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