Outlining your custom home means that you can let your imagination run free. Although the possibilities are almost endless, some necessities can’t be ignored – windows and doors, for example. Even so, you can have doors that lead to hidden passageways and concealed rooms. Here is more information about adding secret places to the design of your custom home.
A Hidden Wine Storage
Even if you don’t have an extensive wine collection, that doesn’t mean you should let it clutter up your kitchen. Besides, finding another place to put the bottles can keep them out of direct sunlight. That factor can affect the taste and quality of your wine, and you don’t want that to happen! Having a place to store your wine and champagne until a special occasion is a huge bonus. That’s part of the reason why rooms like these are also called bonus rooms!
A Hidden Laundry Zone
Staying on top of laundry can be a constant struggle. It gets even more complicated when you have a large home without anywhere else explicitly dedicated to such a purpose – like a mudroom, for instance – you can have a second laundry room hidden out of sight. Hiding the entrance to the laundry room in the kitchen can be much easier than having it placed in the basement of your custom home.
A Second Office
Having a home office is convenient, especially if you work from home more often than not. That’s why having an office in your custom home makes such a difference.
Did you know that the bedroom can be hidden as well? Creating a hidden access point can help keep your master suite sealed off from rowdy or curious guests. Building your bedroom this way can be a boon when you plan on entertaining in your new home.
Take your kitchen layout to the next level by adding a secret room. This means that you can add more pantry doors or even a catering pantry that can make your kitchen look surprisingly seamless!
BUILD YOUR WATERFRONT DREAM HOME WITH SHORE-LINE CONSTRUCTION!
At Shore-Line Construction, we know that your home is a reflection of you. That’s why we strive to make each home we build as beautiful as the family who will live there. We work with each of our clients to design a home that fits their needs. The end result is a durable, energy-efficient custom home that the family will enjoy for generations to come. Shore-Line Construction has been serving our customers for over 25 years, and we look forward to the opportunity to help you!
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