This imaginative and fun exercise will get you a space that’s just right for your needs One of the many benefits of a new custom home is that the kitchen can be perfectly tailored to support how you cook and entertain. A first step to getting that result is to think through the space inRead more »
Societal trends are making the home office a must-have for many homeowners. Careful planning is the key to getting a space where you can be truly productive. Remote work arrangements have been on the upswing for a long time. Research firm Global Workplace Analytics figured in 2019 that there were 4.3 million telecommuters in theRead more »
Want to make sure your new home doesn’t feel dated in a few years? Then you need a good interior designer. One great thing about a new custom home is that you get to create a space perfectly tailored to your needs. Once that’s done, however, your satisfaction with the space will depend largelyRead more »
As featured in The Wall Street Journal, Friday, October 18, 2019. More photos from this amazing Castle Homes projectRead more »
Latest In Home Building And Interior Inspiration Packed with inspiration from 15 interior designers from across the United States, visitors will see the latest in beautiful color, wallpaper with Sure Strip technology, durable yet chic furnishings, new technology, and creative kitchen and tile products. A design-build project, Castle Homes collaborated with architect Kevin Coffey onRead more »
Do you love a “Beautifully Organized Pantry” as much as the editors of Houzz do? Our Parade of Homes kitchen pantry was featured 2nd in a recent article. What an HONOR! View more from the 2017 Parade of Homes.Read more »
Take the time to get the appliances that work best for you. We find that most homeowners like to take plenty of time researching their kitchen appliances. And, many of them also want some advice when making the final choices. In fact, the sheer number of models to choose from can feel overwhelming. ApplianceRead more »
Which of today’s best-selling countertop materials to choose for your new home?
Here’s a short buyer’s guide.
A life outside is one worth living — that’s the philosophy Alan Looney and his team at Castle Homes have fully embraced in recent years as more homeowners incorporate the great outdoors into their families’ daily routines. Creating an at-home oasis appeals to families with younger kids who love being able to host their friends.Read more »
The design powerhouse, Rozanne Jackson and her team brought their talent to the interior styling, furnishings and décor for Castle Homes’ Contemporary English County house at the Nashville Parade of Homes.Read more »
Stepping into Castle Homes’ Contemporary English Country house at the Nashville Parade of Homes, visitors are inspired by the dynamic exterior of the home wrapped in handmade espresso brick and a bank of windows accented in Sherwin Williams Iron Ore. When you step inside, craftsmanship meets livability with the beautiful open floor plan.Read more »
These amenities will make the home more comfortable for all family members Anyone planning a new home might want to consider age demographics. For instance, recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau projects the over-65 population growing from 47 million in 2015 to 71 million by 2030, and most older people who answered a 2016Read more »
A great finish doesn’t come cheap, but it can make or break the look of a custom home. Many homeowners expect plumbers and electricians to be expensive but are surprised at the prices charged by other subcontractors. The most obvious example of this is the professional painting company.Read more »
Recent research shows what homeowners want in this crucial room. Although the design of a custom home is a personal statement, most people give at least some thought to market appeal. For this, the most important aspect is the kitchen. A great kitchen adds real value. A November 2016 article on Realtor.com reported that 69Read more »
“In the universe of possibility, a couple with a vision and a team of experts can artfully design a new home to resemble a mid-19th-Century Greek Revival home. Elemental characteristics of Greek Revival architecture largely resemble those of antebellum architecture — the main similarities are the columns and pediments, porches and grand entryways.”Read more »