Home Design is a collaborative process
Home Design is a collaborative process. It's not just something you can do by yourself and expect to have a great result. A home's design is not just about the structure of the home, but also about how it looks on the outside, how it feels on the inside, and how it functions for you as a family. Ask friends who have built homes recently what they would change in their homes to find the perfect build.
A good design process includes working with contractors, architects and designers to create your dream space. The best way to start this process is by making sure that everyone involved in your project understands what it is that you want out of your new home.
Think about what you need from your home before looking at floor plans or designs. This will help narrow down your choices when looking at different options. It will also help narrow down what features are important to you and which ones can be sacrificed if needed. For example, if you want a house with an open concept living room-dining room-kitchen area but don't want a large kitchen because it takes up too much space in relation to other rooms in the house then perhaps an open concept living room-dining room-kitchen area isn't right for you after all!
Luxury built into every custom home
We believe that every single detail matters when it comes to building a custom home. From the moment you walk through the front door, you'll notice the difference between a Stonehill custom home and other builders' homes. We build luxury into every custom built home from materials like hardwood floors, stone features, granite countertops, and details like crown molding throughout your home. Our goal is for you to be proud of your new home for years to come!
Source high quality building materials
Whether you're building a new home or remodeling an existing one, the materials you choose will have a big impact on its style and ambiance.
Building materials range from the obvious — lumber and concrete — to the more obscure, including tile, brick and stone. Choosing the right building material for your home can make all the difference in creating an aesthetically pleasing environment that is also functional and durable.
In addition to aesthetics, there are several other considerations when choosing a building material:
Durability: How long will the material last? Will it stand up to the elements?
Cost: Is it affordable? How much does it cost to install? Will I need professional help or can I do it myself?
Energy efficiency: Will this material help keep my home warm in winter or cool in summer?
We source high quality building materials from around the world and are committed to providing exceptional service to our customers. We work closely with our suppliers in order to provide the best prices for our customers.