Are you considering purchasing a luxurious new home in an upscale residential community? As your homebuilder guides you through the process of creating your dream home according to your specific needs and unique lifestyle, you should also prepare for the exciting task of decorating your new home, townhome, or loft. Review these guidelines to determine which decorating style is suited to your tastes.
As you begin customizing the new home of your dreams, ask yourself what your favorite rooms have in common. Do you love your best friend’s cozy guest bedroom, your parents’ elegant dining room, and your grandmother’s classic library? If your tastes run to the traditional, you may want to invest in a mahogany dining table, Colonial chairs, porcelain dishes, and soft neutral couches. Opt for antique candlesticks, paintings, and picture frames to put your personal touch on each room.
Do you prefer sleek, clean lines, neutral shades, and minimal embellishments? As designers increasingly embrace warmer tones and softer lines to draw light into airy spaces, contemporary décor no longer translates into cold and unwelcoming. A modern dining room might boast a smooth glass table, bold angular chairs, and color-blocked wall coverings, while the contemporary kitchen relies on smooth limestone flooring and stainless steel appliances.
Many well-traveled new homeowners have eclectic tastes inspired by their adventures. Make your new house a home by incorporating your flair for the exotic and colorful personality. Decorate with family treasures, found items, and classic favorites from furniture shops. Try mixing different patterns, textures, and colors to make your space unique, and browse local antique shops for even more embellishments.
Century Communities is dedicated to creating thriving, enduring residential communities by building new Front Range homes of impeccable construction and unparalleled value. Visit one of our new properties today to see our unrivaled home designs for yourself and to learn more about what sets us apart.