2020 custom home building trends
In the last few years, there is incredible advancements have been seen in the building operations technology and trans-formative. As the cost of the home building is constantly increasing so there is more pressure on home builders to work harder and smarter.
For 2020, Mayfair is embracing some fantastic new trends in luxury transnational custom house building, from the use of precast, stone, and bricks in façade and double top cabinets with quartz backsplash in the kitchen. Our experts help you to navigate vibrant and rich colours in a dream residence. Their colours collection recommendation would be right for your house.
Here are the top 2020 custom home building trends that made our list.
Vibrant colour in the kitchen.
The kitchen is the heart of the home. In 2020 more people are interested in increasing the colour in their kitchens, to give their house a brighter and more personal look. Most people start their days in their kitchens and white can really energize the kitchen. White give you fresh feel and cleanness. An all-white kitchen will really wake you up the minute you step in it. It has more fun with mix white quartz counter-tops and the same quartz backsplash. Gray is a neutral colour and has been taking center stage lately in many homes. It often gets categorized as being too cold. But gray need the right shade which can work wonders in the kitchen.
Neutral and rich colors combination.
The safest colors in the custom-house building are the neutral colours. Beige is best in a warm colour described as a pale sandy fawn or light grayish yellowish brown. Whereas gray is a cold colour, good for high ceiling and modern homes. While customizing your residence work closely with your home builders and use one color combination throughout your residence.
However darker, richer colours are also the option in your dwelling which can make your furniture pop. It also enhances your decorative items and also the part of 2020 custom home building trends. Some rich colours like ruby red, navy blue, and forest green are excellent to explore in your luxury custom house.
Tiling and wood floor.
Hardwood is a classic and high-end option for flooring, but porcelain tile offers durability and affordability. In 2020 it is also expected the combination of these two materials in foyer, hallway, and kitchen. That combination creates a customized look that attracts people. Tile designs on the walls can add an artistic element to a wall and more damage-resistant than traditional drywall base walls. In 2020 custom home building trends you will see the more tiles in living spaces and wood in bedrooms.
Casual and comfortable bedrooms.
Trends show that in 2020 people are taking advantage of minimalist designs and relaxing, comfortable aesthetics. Soothing bedroom colours, such as sandy beach comforters, light blue carpets, or glossy white computer desks, will give your master bedroom a more calming design.
In 2020 millwork detailing becomes more common in the living area, hallways, staircase, and family rooms. Wainscoted walls cover the lowest and most vulnerable portion of the walls in custom home building. Wainscoting on walls and stairs with Semi-gloss paint finish has become more popular in recent years. In bathrooms and kitchens like wooden walls with millwork detailing is becoming more commonplace in luxury custom dwellings. However, millwork detailing on walls is expected to be seen more frequently in bedrooms.
No more stainless steel or white appliances.
We have an expectation at Mayfair’s for 2020 residential appliances. We believe stainless steel and white sinks to be replaced by copper, stone, concrete, or granite materials. We also consider that concrete will become a more common residential building material, and be used more in decorative textures in interior and exterior finishing.
At Mayfair’s, we start and embrace the latest custom house building and design trends every year, serving in Toronto, Ontario and the greater Toronto area (GTA). For more details on our 2020 custom home building trends please call 416-949-5050.