Extremely contemporary design isn’t for everyone. However, even those of us with more traditional tastes are looking for a bit of an update. Outdated interiors can be such a downer. If you agree, the perfect home for you is a transitional custom home. What are transitional custom homes? Are they really what you’re looking for? Let’s check them out.
What Are Transitional Custom Homes?
Transitional custom homes are those meant to transition from older designs to newer, without fully committing to either. The older styles you like get a bit of an update without fully jumping to modern contemporary. This is ideal for many middle-aged homeowners who aren’t interested in a “sleek interior.” Sleek interiors often feel too cold and formal. Transitional homes bring a bit of a design edge to an otherwise cozy design. That means your home looks updated and “with the times” without sacrificing the cozy appeal of older design.
Why Opt for a Custom Home?
There are many benefits to opting for a custom home. To start, you get to decide how and where your home is place on whatever plot of land you’re building on. If you’d like your home to face a street, you can do so. Or, if you’d like it half a mile from the nearest road, you can decide on a long driveway and additional privacy instead.
Home placement isn’t the only part of custom home design that makes it worth exploring. There’s also the benefit of getting to completely customize both your interior and exterior. Have you ever had a pet peeve that seemed to follow you from home to home? “Why is my bedroom floor always so cold?” you ask yourself. With a custom home, you can decide to get heated flooring without having to DIY it or hire someone to come into your home when you’re already living in it. All of those personalized updates can be incorporated into the base design of the home. For this reason, custom homes are perfect for anyone with needs outside the standard.
Why Design Build Is the Best Choice
When buying a custom home, there are many ways to go about doing so. The most common procedure is hiring a design team to make your custom blueprint. Then, when you have the blueprint ready, you can take it to a construction team and pay them to build it.
Heidan Construction takes a different approach to building transitional custom homes. We offer design build. That means our design team is also our construction team. When you work on your home design with a certain group of people, those people being the ones to build your home can leave you assured that your home ends up exactly as intended. Passing a design from one team to another can lead to design flaws, miscommunication, and a less than ideal result. You won’t have to worry about that with when hiring Heidan Construction as a design build team. We do it all, and we do it just how you ask us to. Start the process of getting a transitional custom home today by calling us at Heidan Construction.