Robin Ford Builders creates luxury homes for people in Maryland, and we strive to make sure each home is next to perfect. From one of our many beautiful custom home plans, you can create the house of your dreams. While each house starts with a default plan, someone can add details that will truly make the home your own. There are several architectural details for custom homes that you should consider. Read on to learn more about them!
Recessed Lighting Features
Recessed lighting is becoming much more popular in newer construction homes, and it has become more popular in newer construction homes, and it is basically the standard today. This architectural detail takes the challenge out of lighting up your custom home. In your living room, hallway, kitchen, basement, and more, you will have overhead lighting where you need it without it piercing into or intruding too much space.
Specialty trimming includes crown molding, chair rails, ceiling molding, chair rails, paneling, and much more. These details bring a brand new sense of luxury and class to any room of your home. One can pick from different styles of trim, too, like clove, egg-and-dart, and dentil.
Pilasters and Columns
Columns can help separate rooms in either entryway or within open layouts. Columns could be functional or decorative. Overall, they can add style. Pilasters are just decorative but make a fashion statement. They are 2D textured versions of columns that will plaster against walls.
Cove Lighting Details
Cove lighting is a hidden strip of lights, typically LED, that will sit behind an architectural panel. This lighting strip can sit behind baseboards, on ceilings, or in, above, or below any cabinetry. They are a nice choice for lighting living rooms, stairways, kitchens, and much more, lighting each space with a warmer glow.
If you’re building a craftsman house, architectural details for custom houses you’d be interested in may include built-in furniture. This staple of the usual craftsman home interior is stately, practical, and beautiful, working well in mudrooms, living rooms, home offices, and libraries in your custom homes.
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