Browse through our kitchen design, bathroom design, bedroom design, and additional living spaces to create a sanctuary no matter the room. We ffer many choices, so make sure you go over your Optional Choices Guide provided by your Sales Manager and visit the many models in our communities before this appointment so you have a general idea of what options are available to you. If you have any questions, feel free to contact your Design Consultant prior to the appointment.
With affordable prices and a choice from our magnificent new home design series, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Our house plans are either single or double storey with sizes ranging from 16 square foot to 47 square foot (width from 8m to 20m) with a number of bedrooms ranging from just 3 to 5. Choose from one of our selected home design series to help you find that perfect home.
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If your budget is too low then you need to rent a place. But you will not have all the rights on the house as the owner does. You will have to live on the conditions put forward by your landlord. If you have a medium budget and are not much particular about the house then you could just buy one. This way you can make an investment and will save the rent money. But if you have a great budget, then you could build a house for yourself perfectly as you dreamt of.
Since Millennials have now occupied smaller homes , the financially savvy are more likely to have more room in the budget for the designs they want. That means more money is going into kitchen design and spa-like bathrooms. Tiles on floors will tend to be in natural stones or wood effect patterns, while low maintenance backsplashes dominate the kitchen.
Baby boomers preferred rustic décor and plenty of accessories. Luckily for us, Millennials are keen on functionality and minimalistic design to keep a clutter -free home. That’s not to say that rustic and natural materials aren’t found in their homes, they are just limited in number. Part of this is due to the smaller spaces they are occupying , but it’s also because the increased use of technology means many accessories that were once physically found in the home can now be condensed into the palms of their hands.