7 Tips To Keep In Mind While You Plan Your Dream Home
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If you’re actively thinking about designing and building the home of your dreams, lucky you! Also, you are in the right place!
In this article, we will talk about seven crucial things you’ll need to consider in order to make your dream home a reality.
1. Choose an architectural style
When designing and building your dream home, you’ll need to decide on the architectural style you want to build in.
You may already have a pretty good sense of the architectural style you want. Maybe the neighborhood you live in has houses that you’ve been admiring, or perhaps you want to recreate the style of the home you grew up in as a child.
If you feel you lack the knowledge of architectural styles and the terms to articulate your preferences, below is a list of some of the most famous architectural styles in the United States:
- Colonial Revival
- Tudor Revival
- Modern craftsman / Craftsman bungalow
- Cape Cod
- Queen Anne
- Mediterranean Style
- Mid-Century Modern
For a good overview of several of these styles, check out this article!
Chances are, you want your dream home to fit into one of the many architectural styles commonly found in the United States, including those mentioned above. You could also juxtapose two or more popular styles – this is what is often done in new builds that fall under the ‘contemporary’ category. (The problem with mish-mash contemporary new builds is that they can tend to look dated within 15 to 20 years, just my opinion but keep that in mind.)
If you are looking for more inspiration, take some time to glance through the most famous architects’ overviews to glean some pearls of wisdom from the field’s giants.
2. Select an Interior Design Style
Just as important as choosing an architectural style, is selecting the best interior design style for your dream home. Of course the finer details of the interior can be figured out at a later stage, for example you don’t need to know what color sofa you need before you build your house! But knowing what overall interior style you will want to be incorporating into your new home will really help pull your overall vision together. Oftentimes a home’s architectural style will dictate what interior style will look best, so give this some thought.
Choosing your interior design style is crucial but don’t worry, it’s not as difficult or daunting as you may think. Here are a few pointers, so you know where to start your search for your interior design style.
And here is a quick overview of some currently popular interior design styles.
And here is my video where I talk about how to find your interior design style:
You first need to consider how you want to feel in the house. You might want a peaceful, relaxing feel in some areas. You might aim for a more vibrant and uplifting feel in others.
Once you have that figured out, you can narrow down some relevant design keywords and start looking for interior design styles that align with your vision.
For instance, a contemporary interior design style might suit the vibe you want in certain parts of your dream house. Whereas a more traditional interior design style might be more suitable for others.
In this case, too, you should remember that it’s your dream house, and you are free to actualize your vision in any way that suits you. So feel free to mix and match styles depending on how you want your dream house’s interior design to be.
3. Choose a Location
Do you want the white picket fence neighborhood?
While the first two steps focus primarily on organizing the vision that you have for your dream house, this is the step where you need to start thinking about practical aspects of actually turning that vision into reality.
Several aspects can restrict how much of your vision you can actualize on the ground. The location is the most important of such factors and one from which all the other limitations flow.
Location encapsulates everything from the lot size and the zoning laws, to exposure and climate. So choose wisely!
There is so much to consider when it comes to location. First of all, you need to be happy about the area or neighborhood you are building in. It needs to tick several if not all of your highest priorities – these will be different for everyone of course. So really make sure you know what your location priorities are!
Here are some common things people look at when it comes to picking a home’s location:
- is there going to be construction in the area in the near future?
- are there sewage, gas, and electricity hookups already in place?
- is the lot flat or sloped – the type of lot will dictate the build
- are there existing buildings on the lot that need to be demolished?
- are any special permits required to build in the desired location?
- is it a safe location?
- schools nearby?
- stores within reasonable distance?
- what other other amenities nearby (health clinics, library, gyms, community centers, etc)
- parks or nature nearby?
- is it near a busy road, if so, does loud traffic noise bother you?
You might have deep pockets, a lot of time on your hands, and tremendous luck. In that case, you might just stumble upon a location where you can design your dream house with little or no compromises.
However let’s be real, realistically, you’ll have to make quite a few compromises. You can expect compromises to be an unavoidable aspect of designing your dream house so get comfortable with that as early on as possible .
It’s important to also be flexible and open-minded. And make sure you know what your highest priorities are and don’t compromise on those. For example, if your highest priority is to be able to have a huge vegetable garden, don’t buy a lot that doesn’t have any land. Or if you love the hustle and bustle of the city, then don’t build a house 45 minutes away from town. Seems obvious, but sometimes with all the pressure and excitement that goes into buying lots and properties, important things can easily get overlooked. So make sure you’re rock solid on what the things are that you HAVE to have, write them down and stick to it!
Now I’ll share my own personal experience about location for those of you who are interested. If not, just skip ahead to the next section 🙂
My husband and I ended up in a situation last year where we were forced to buy a home in the shortest amount of time possible. Really not ideal but life happens (and that’s a story for another day!!).
There are definitely a couple of big things about the location of our home that are less than ideal. They are the following:
- our house is on a small lot with absolutely no privacy between us and our neighbors. No fencing was built by the construction company and the lots are really close together. For me privacy is big, huge priority. I squirmed at the idea of buying a place with no privacy and so close to the neighbors. Now looking back, I wish I had had a fence built as soon as we moved in. But because the property has a bit of a view which we didn’t want to obscure with a big fence, instead we opted to plant shrubs, which obviously will take at least a couple of years to grow in. I don’t know if it was the right decision but what I did learn that this isn’t a problem I want to have when buying a future property.
- there is a huge mountain in front of our house. It’s very pretty and treed, but it also plunges our street into darkness literally hours before everyone else. Due to the exposure and location of our home, the mountain blocks the sunlight after a certain hour. In the summer, while down the street everyone is basking in the lovely late evening sun, we have nothing. Just complete shade. I didn’t realize how much this would bother me until we moved in.
- no stores within walking distance and too far of a drive from major stores. I’ve never had this issue before in any homes I’ve ever lived in and again, I didn’t realize how much this would bother me until we moved in.
- out of desperation, we bought a house in a town that we had never lived in before. Big mistake. Don’t get me wrong, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the town we live in per se, but it turns out we don’t really enjoy living here. We should have waited and bought in the town we had initially set out to buy in, but again, we were forced into this situation and had to take what we could get.
Despite these things, we are very happy with our new home (it’s a new build, 1 story rancher, perfect size for us). If I have learned anything from the experience, it’s that I will ALWAYS listen to my gut in the future, and that’s the advice I would give you too! 🙂
4. Layout Is Important
Once you have fixed the location of your dream house, the first thing you need to consider is the physical layout. Factors such as lot size, location, slope, etc, can limit how much of your vision you can actualize.
The physical limits of what you can build might mean you have to revist your layout several, several times. It might mean dropping the idea of building that large projection theater that you planned or it could mean needing to build the living room to be less spacious and open than you envisioned.
You might have to face these situations, so be prepared but don’t be disheartened and remember to be willing to compromise! Often times the best things happen in the most unexpected ways.
With home layouts, you want to try and create something that flows as well as possible, but also allows for logical placement of all the various pieces of furniture that you use on a daily basis. If you’re building a smaller home, maximizing every single square foot will be of the utmost importance.
When you have a layout in hand, always picture exactly where your furniture will go: where your sofa and dining table will go, where you will place your TV, where your bed and nightstands go, and whether you like hanging a TV in your bedroom. If any of those things are difficult to place, then very likely you are dealing with a funky layout and you would do best to revise it before committing to it. Moving walls on paper BEFORE they are built is much easier than doing it after the fact. 😅
5. Think About Positioning & Exposure
While you think about the physical layout of the house, you also need to consider the positioning of the house simultaneously. Both are intrinsically linked.
The lot size, the overall square footage, and even the climate of the location of your house are factors you should bear in mind when thinking about where and how to position your house. This will also help you decide where to place which rooms in the overall design of your dream house.
For instance, if you want ample natural light in your living room, you must design and position your house accordingly.
On the other hand, you might want to do exactly the opposite. You might, for instance, want to limit the amount of natural light that enters your home. You should definitely consider this if you happen to live in the Southwestern United States or somewhere with a similar climate.
In that case, you’ll be better off designing your house to limit the harsh rays of the sun while ensuring ample ventilation at the same time.
If you are lucky enough to be building on a lot that has an incredible view, then you’ll probably want to maximize that view and create as many viewpoints as possible from your home. So your build will essentially revolve around your view.
6. Set a Realistic Budget
When designing your dream house, another thorn in your side might be money. It’s one of the major impediments that may prevent your dream house from fully materializing.
But in pursuing your dream, it would not be wise for you to spend more than you can afford. You might end up saddled with more debt than you can repay and virtually no savings. That’s a rabbit hole you can easily go down when building your dream home if you’re not careful.
The best way to avoid such an outcome would be to set a realistic budget that balances your financial situation and the needs of your dream home.
You should set aside certain things as non-negotiable or something that you simply can’t do without. And the rest should be piled into the nice-to-have category. For instance, you should seriously ask yourself questions like, ‘do I really need Moroccan Zellige tiles in all the bathrooms?”
If the answer to that or another similar question is a resounding yes, it should be included in the things you can’t compromise on. Whatever you’re confused, unsure, or hesitant about should remain on the nice-to-have list.
7. Hire Professionals
While it’s true that you don’t need to know a great deal about architecture or interior design to play an active role in designing your dream home, there’s no way you can do everything from start to finish by yourself.
Sooner or later, you’ll have to involve professionals such as architects, construction companies, interior designers, and possibly even lenders and lawyers. Be sure to employ professionals you feel you can trust, that have good reputations and verifiable work.
Builders will try to steer you off track sometimes by saying you can’t do certain things. Usually they do this because it’s just easier and faster for them to do things the way they already know how. When you get push back from your builders, learn to identify whether or not their reason is legitimate, and if it’s not, be sure to stand your ground. When you work with others, always ask questions. Especially when you’re the one paying.
Ultimately you want to aim to hire people who can understand your vision and help you realize it.
Building your dream home from scratch is a very exciting, involved process which comes with a million different little steps. Some steps are predictable, others just aren’t. There are always going to be variables throughout the process of building a home.
If you’ve come this far, it should be clear to you by now that you can play an active role in designing the home of your dreams. You don’t have to rely entirely on professional architects and construction companies, nor should you!
If you educate yourself about architectural and interior design styles (here are several decorating guides I’ve already written to get you started!), and always try to work within the limitations that will inevitably present themselves along the way, then you’ll be better equipped to articulate your vision to build your dream home!
How To Design A Home? 7 Steps To Design Your Dream Home
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Your home is a reflection of your personality, a sanctuary where you can unwind, entertain, and create lasting memories. Whether you’re starting from scratch or embarking on a renovation project, designing your own home allows you to shape every aspect to align with your vision and lifestyle.
Designing a home is a labor of love, where creativity and functionality converge to shape a space that is not only visually stunning but also a joy to inhabit. We’ll provide you with expert advice, practical tips, and creative insights that will empower you to make informed decisions at every stage of the design process.
So, let’s embark on this remarkable journey together. Get ready to unleash your imagination, refine your style, and bring your dream home to life.
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How To Design A Home? (Important Things to Consider)
When it comes to designing your dream home, you have two intriguing paths before you: taking the reins yourself or enlisting the expertise of architects and interior designers. Each option holds its allure and brings unique advantages to the table. Let’s explore both avenues and see which one resonates with your vision.
Designing Your Own Home
For the imaginative souls and those with a keen eye for design, taking on the challenge of designing your own home can be an exhilarating adventure. It allows you to delve into the depths of your creativity, shaping every nook and cranny to perfectly align with your personal taste.
One of the key benefits of designing your own home is the unmatched level of control it affords. From conceptualizing the architectural style to choosing the color schemes and finishes, you have the final say in every decision. This hands-on approach enables you to bring your vision to life precisely as you envision it, ensuring a truly one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
However, it’s important to acknowledge the challenges that come with self-designing. Without the expertise of professionals, you may face hurdles in terms of technical knowledge, understanding structural limitations, and optimizing functionality. It requires a considerable investment of time, research, and learning to navigate the complexities of home design effectively.
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Collaborating with Architects and Interior Designers
On the other hand, partnering with architects and interior designers opens up a world of possibilities. These skilled professionals possess a wealth of knowledge and experience, transforming your ideas into refined designs that balance aesthetics, functionality, and structural integrity. They bring a fresh perspective, industry insights, and a keen understanding of current design trends.
One of the significant advantages of working with experts is their ability to maximize the potential of your space. They excel in space planning, optimizing layouts, and identifying creative solutions to architectural challenges. Architects have a deep understanding of building codes and regulations, ensuring your home is safe, compliant, and built to last.
Interior designers, on the other hand, possess a refined sense of style and a vast network of suppliers and resources. They can help you navigate the overwhelming world of materials, finishes, and furnishings, ensuring that your home is beautifully cohesive and tailored to your preferences.
However, it’s worth noting that hiring professionals may come with additional costs. Design fees, architectural drawings, and project management expenses are factors to consider when determining your budget. Collaborative design processes also involve a certain level of compromise, as the vision merges with the input of experts.
Ultimately, the decision between designing your own home or enlisting professionals depends on your comfort level, available resources, and desired outcome.
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7 Steps To Design Your Home:
Step 1: Visualizing Your Dream Home
The first step in designing your dream home is to unleash the power of your imagination and bring your vision to life. Close your eyes and immerse yourself in a world where possibilities know no bounds. Envision the architectural style, the layout, and the ambiance that resonate with your deepest desires.
Consider the purpose of each space. Do you envision a cozy reading nook bathed in natural light, a state-of-the-art kitchen that inspires culinary masterpieces, or a luxurious master suite that becomes your private sanctuary? Allow your imagination to wander freely, exploring the endless array of design elements that will make your home uniquely yours.
Think beyond the physical structure as well. What emotions do you want your home to evoke? Do you desire a tranquil retreat that embraces serenity or a vibrant and energetic space that fosters creativity? Visualize how each room will make you feel, creating an atmosphere that aligns with your personality and lifestyle.
While it’s essential to let your creativity soar, it’s equally important to consider practicality and functionality. Take into account your daily routines, the needs of your household members, and any future plans you may have. This balance between imagination and practicality will ensure that your dream home is not only visually stunning but also a practical and functional space that supports your lifestyle.
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Step 2: Setting Priorities and Establishing a Budget
Now that you have a clear vision of your dream home, it’s time to set priorities and establish a realistic budget. Creating a home involves a multitude of decisions, from the choice of materials and finishes to the scope of the project itself. By determining your priorities early on, you can navigate the design process more effectively.
Consider your “must-haves” and the aspects of your dream home that are non-negotiable. Perhaps you dream of a spacious backyard for outdoor gatherings, or maybe an open-concept living area is at the top of your list. Identifying these priorities will help you allocate your resources accordingly and make informed decisions as the design unfolds.
Next, it’s crucial to establish a budget that aligns with your aspirations. Building or renovating a home can involve significant costs, and having a clear understanding of your financial boundaries is essential. Research construction costs, material prices, and any additional expenses that may arise throughout the process. Be sure to account for contingencies and unexpected surprises that might impact your budget.
While it’s tempting to stretch your budget to accommodate every desire, it’s important to strike a balance between your wish list and financial realities. Setting a realistic budget ensures that you embark on the design journey with a clear roadmap, allowing you to make choices that align with your financial capabilities without compromising your overall vision.
By envisioning your dream home and setting clear priorities and a well-defined budget, you’ve laid the foundation for a successful design journey.
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Step 3: Unleashing Inspiration
With your vision in mind, it’s time to immerse yourself in the captivating world of inspiration. Seek out a multitude of sources that will fuel your creativity and refine your design aesthetic. From architectural magazines to online platforms, the possibilities are endless.
Let your curiosity guide you as you explore various architectural styles, interior design trends, and innovative concepts. Delve into the realms of color palettes, textures, and decorative elements. Allow yourself to be enchanted by the work of renowned designers and visionary architects, drawing inspiration from their creations.
As you gather ideas, create mood boards or digital collages that capture the essence of your dream home. Combine images, colors, and textures that resonate with your vision. These visual representations will become invaluable references as you collaborate with professionals and make design decisions.
Remember that inspiration can also be found beyond the realms of design. Nature, art, travel, and personal experiences can spark unique ideas and infuse your home with a sense of authenticity. Look to the world around you and draw from its beauty and diversity.
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Step 4: Collaborating with Experts
Now that you have a wealth of inspiration at your fingertips, it’s time to harness the expertise of professionals who will help bring your dream home to fruition. Architects and interior designers are skilled collaborators who will transform your ideas into tangible plans and guide you through the design process.
Engaging with architects is paramount in translating your vision into a structurally sound and functional home. These professionals possess the technical knowledge and understanding of building codes and regulations. They will work closely with you to develop architectural plans that optimize space, consider environmental factors, and ensure the safety and longevity of your home.
Interior designers, on the other hand, are masters of aesthetics and ambiance. They have a keen eye for detail and a deep understanding of how to create spaces that evoke specific emotions and reflect your unique style. From selecting materials and finishes to curating furniture and accessories, interior designers will curate a cohesive and harmonious atmosphere that enhances your daily living.
Collaborating with experts brings invaluable benefits to the design journey. Their experience and industry insights will save you time, eliminate potential pitfalls, and provide access to a network of trusted suppliers and contractors. While their guidance adds an additional cost to your project, the value they bring in terms of expertise, efficiency, and the realization of your dream home is immeasurable.
By immersing yourself in inspiration and embracing the expertise of professionals, you are nurturing the seeds of possibility.
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Step 5: Blueprint to Reality
As your dream home takes shape in your mind, it’s time to translate those ideas into detailed plans that will serve as the blueprint for construction. This crucial step involves transforming your vision into tangible drawings, layouts, and specifications that will guide the construction team.
Working closely with architects and designers, you’ll embark on a collaborative journey to refine your design concept. Through a series of meetings and discussions, your ideas will be fleshed out and transformed into comprehensive architectural drawings, floor plans, and elevation renderings. These documents will capture the spatial arrangements, dimensions, and structural details of your dream home.
While this process may seem complex, it is essential to ensure that every aspect of your design is accounted for. From room layouts and traffic flow to window placements and electrical points, meticulous attention to detail will guarantee that your dream home not only looks stunning but also functions seamlessly in everyday life.
With the detailed plans in hand, you’ll have a clear understanding of how your dream home will take shape. You can review and provide feedback on the drawings, ensuring that they align with your vision and preferences. Any necessary adjustments or modifications can be made during this stage, ensuring that the final plans reflect your desires accurately.
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Step 6: Material and Finishing Selections
Now comes the exciting part of selecting the materials and finishes that will bring your dream home to life. Every surface, from the flooring to the cabinetry, presents an opportunity to infuse your personal style and create a harmonious atmosphere.
Begin by considering the overall aesthetic you wish to achieve. Do you desire a modern and sleek look, or are you drawn to the warmth and charm of traditional elements? Explore various materials such as hardwood, ceramic tiles, stone, or concrete, keeping in mind their durability, maintenance requirements, and compatibility with your lifestyle.
Color palettes play a vital role in setting the tone of each room. Choose hues that evoke the desired emotions and complement the overall theme of your home. Explore different textures and patterns to add visual interest and depth to your spaces.
When it comes to finishes, think beyond the surfaces. Select fixtures, hardware, and lighting that enhance the overall design concept. Pay attention to the details, as they can elevate your home’s aesthetic and create a cohesive look. From faucets and door handles to light fixtures and switches, each element should contribute to the overall ambiance you wish to create.
During this stage, you’ll work closely with interior designers, who will provide guidance and recommendations based on your vision. Their expertise will help you navigate the vast array of options, ensuring that your material and finishing selections align with your design concept and budget.
By translating your ideas into detailed plans and carefully curating the materials and finishes, you’re breathing life into your dream home.
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Step 7: Construction and Realization
With the plans finalized and the materials selected, it’s time for the most exhilarating phase of all—watching your dream home come to life during the construction process. This transformative stage is where the vision, creativity, and hard work converge to shape the space you’ve always imagined.
Construction begins with the groundbreaking moment, where the foundation is laid, marking the literal groundwork for your dream home. Skilled professionals, including builders, contractors, and craftsmen, collaborate to bring the architectural plans to reality. Their expertise and attention to detail ensure that every element is executed with precision and craftsmanship.
While construction is an exciting phase, it can also present challenges and unforeseen hurdles. Delays due to weather, supply chain issues, or unexpected discoveries can occur. It’s important to maintain flexibility and trust in the expertise of your team. They will navigate these challenges, ensuring that your dream home is delivered with the utmost care and attention to detail.
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Designing your dream home is a journey that requires careful planning, creativity, and collaboration. By following the seven steps outlined in this guide, you can transform your vision into a tangible reality that reflects your unique style, needs, and aspirations.
Throughout the design process, you have the option to work with architects and interior designers who bring expertise and guidance to the table. However, there is another powerful tool that can significantly enhance your home design experience: an interior design software solution like Foyr Neo.
Foyr Neo is an innovative and user-friendly platform that empowers homeowners to visualize, plan, and design their dream homes with ease. With its cutting-edge features and user-friendly interface, Foyr Neo will be your trusted companion in transforming your dream into a breathtaking reality.
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