|House plan modifications|
DDG House Plan "Los Rios"
by: Alice Wynn
Dallas Design Group
The first step to take in planning your house plan modifications is to meet with your Architect/Designer who will help guide you through the process. Think simple, smart and stylish when renovating your home. Most homeowners want smart, warm, snug spaces where they can bond. Americans and homeowners in other countries are settling into cozier spaces. More and more remodeling and renovating with new house plan modifications seem to be the norm. Homeowners are looking for ways to update their homes. From simply adding a new faucet to completely gutting a bathroom, there are many ways to revitalize your home. In your house plan modifications it is a good idea to think outside the box with a new no-wasted-space design with ample storage. With the increase of multi-generational families there is a "doubling-up" effect that demands efficient use of space in existing homes and new purchases. For example, remodeling a kitchen to provide abundant storage, and an open floor plan would allow for attractive storage of artifacts, cooking and serving pieces, and books. Wood-Mode's designer collection for instance, can enable a refrigerator and wall ovens to float in the space as a room divider. Whether your situation calls for a complete do-over or demands that you get smart about how to coax more performance from your existing situation, your Architect/Designer can prepare your house plan modifications to reflect your needs and desires. There are many terrific ways to get your kitchen to be more than just a place where you cook. Many clients want "catchall" kitchens that are the center of activity in their homes- a place to pay the bills, do work or homework, and entertain guests. It is very important that your home be friendly to how you actually live day-to-day. Simple, smart, and stylish are the watchwords for our times.
|House plan modifications|
DDG Plan “Westchester” DDG Plan “Potomac” DDG Plan “Nottingham”
by: Alice Wynn
One of the latest trends in house plan modifications is the installation of wood flooring. Hardwood suppliers are kicking off the fall season with many new products and additions to current collections. Highlights include longer and wider planks, new rustic looks as well as new programs and promotions. Now is an excellent time to plan your house plan modifications and take advantage of all the new products currently available. Two new products will be featured in Anderson’s “Fall for Americans” promotional sale. Virginia Vintage Lansdowne is a solid red oak, 3/4 inch, hand-sculpted edge with deep relief and texture. Sugar House Maple is handscraped with a rustic, reclaimed look. Armstrong’s Bruce Frontier is a group of engineered hardwoods in hickory or birch that includes handscrapes and blackwash finishes. This group is available in 5 inch wide planks. Bruce Rustic Heritage is a solid hardwood collection in birch, white oak, hickory and acacia in 3/4 inch thick and 4-inch and 5-inch planks. Armstrong also offers Rustic Accents and Artesian Hand-Tooled. BR-111 and exotic wood company is introducing Kingsbridge Oak. It is a combination of contemporary and rustic that is set to add a modern, sophisticated feel to any room in your home. It has 8-inch wide planks and a brushed texture and features an oxidized oiled finish and white wash. It measures 3/4 inch thick, 8 inches wide with lengths from 30 inches to 84 inches and boasts a 5mm wear layer. Other companies to consider when planning your house plan modifications to add wood flooring are Home Legend, Mirage, Mohawk, Mullican, QEP/Harris Wood and Somerset. Home Legend has introduced 42 new products this year. Mirage is adding 6 1/2-inch wide boards and lengths of up to 6 feet to its Sweet Memories Collection. Mohawk’s products feature hand-scraping accented by rich stains and pillowed edges. Mullican Flooring has added four new products to its hand-scraped Chateline Collection featuring vintage-looking surface treatments. QEO/Harris Wood is focusing on the 2012 color trends. Somerset is adding engineered wood flooring to its existing solid hardwood flooring collections of Color Plank, High Gloss, Character and Specialty solids. Somerset 1/2-inch engineered flooring benefits include: Sawn face for the look of solid flooring, 3mm wear layer and made in the USA. All of the above mentioned companies offer Fall wood Fashions for your personal house plan modifications.
The modification department at Dallas Design Group and Associates will work with you to customize any of our plans to meet your exact design specifications. Within 2-3 business days, Dallas Design Group and Associates will e-mail you a free quotation for your requested modifications. All modifications will be reviewed for design elements and structural requirements. Quotes are valid for 60 days. Please e-mail us @ email@example.com to provide specific details regarding plan modifications.