When envisioning our ideal home, we tend to prioritize the big details of a project, such as the floor plan or square footage. Well, the details of your home are what resonate with your true sense of style, creativity, and intricacy. Check out these simple details that you don’t want to overlook in your home.
- Door & It’s Hardware
It may sound irrelevant, but make some time to consider the functionality and design of your doors, as well as the hardware on them. Is the door light while the hardware is very heavy? Is the door knob the same hardware as the hinges? This type of attention to detail will show just how important home details are to you.
- Tailored Trim
A room that has been properly trimmed communicates elegance and classiness. It is the finishing touch on any space that can elevate it to a new level. Be mindful of the style and material that you choose for the molding. It should reflect the totality of your home’s design.
- Architectural Storage
When envisioning your home, consider all the different things you have and what is the best way to store them. Everything needs to have a place. Would you prefer decorative storage with open shelving? Do you want to use patterned bins, jars or boxes that bring nice color and texture to your space? Whatever you choose, just make sure you layout the specifications of this important detail.
- Your Address
Again, this may seem extraneous, but the address numbers on the exterior of you home are very important. You want friends or delivery services to have easy access to finding your home. Depending on you HOA guidelines, you may be able to make something a little more creative!
- Counter Heights
Most homes stick to the 36 inch high kitchen counters and the 30 inch high bath counter rule. But, you can certainly deviate from this in order to best accomplish your goals in the space you choose. For instance, if you love to bake or make your own dough, a 36 in high counter in the kitchen may not be ideal be rolling out dough. Lowering it slightly may give you ease of functionality. Consider the counter spaces in your home and who will be using them to determine what best suits you home. We recommend only slight adjustments to this detail because you must consider resale options and whether or not it will cannot accommodate future Buyers.