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How would you design your dream home?

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I'd probably set my design goals first. Before the decision-making process begins, it's important to create a vision of what I want my new home to be and do some prep work before my first design appointment. I'd make a scrapbook and of magazine clippings with colours and styles I like from flooring to faucets.
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I'd want to establish my wants and needs in a house first. That has to be clear from the start. I'd check out open houses for designs that I want and explore other design ideas when I meet up with a designer.
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I've always known what I want. I'd want a minimalist theme. A minimalist home is calming. The less clutter, the less visual stress we have. Clutter is a form of visual distraction and everything in our vision pulls at our attention at least a little.
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I'd design my home in a traditional ranch style. I'd want an open floor plan. The style typically features a wide profile and a gable roof without excessive embellishment making this an affordable choice to build. Inside layouts are casual and relaxed.
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My dream home would be earth friendly. I'd like a house that's green. It would have solar panels. It could be expensive but it would pay off in the long run. I've researched for green materials before and I'm still dead set on an eco friendly home.
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I've always wanted a mansion. It is a dream home so I might as well go big. I'd want a huge entertainment area also for parties. I'm all for those lavish homes.
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I want a glasshouse. I'd like it to be really sophisticated. I love looking at glass homes and they would be perfect for me. I'd want open floor plans as well so I don't feel boxed in.
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I am fine with a condo. It's less maintenance but I'd want it modern and open floor plan. It has to be sleek and sophisticated. Pretty much a bachelor pad.
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I would want a home that's comfy and spacious. I haven't exactly thought of what style of the house I want but I'm pretty open to anything.
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I want a house like what we grew up in. It's got a lot of rooms and 2 floors. I'd want to design it in a very classic way. That way it never goes out of style.
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I've always loved Victorian homes. The frills and laces are so feminine but I wouldn't overdo it. It has to be a modern take on a victorian home. I love the details so it would look classy.
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My grandpa left me his cabin and I plan to modernize it. I want to update the furniture and maximize the space. It should have that warm feel to it.
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I'd want a koi garden for sure. It's calming. As for the house itself, I'd want it very modern. I don't like any unnecessary ornaments. Open floor plan is very important.
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I've always thought about what I want in a dream home and I want so many things it's probably impossible. The architect would probably think I'm crazy. I want fireplaces and columns.
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I like my home to be low maintenance. I'll paint the walls in calming colors and the furniture won't be bulky. I hate crowded spaces.
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I might do it in rich dark colors. No wallpaper for sure. I hate those. I want my furniture to be made of dark wood. I want my home to be strong and masculine.
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I've always thought I'd live in a nice home in the suburbs. I envision my house as quaint. I like traditional classic homes. I'd like to keep the inside traditional. I love the character of old homes.
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I'm still in the process of designing my home. I just bought a house and I'm coordinating with my architect to maximize the space. I want a huge modern kitchen. Open floor plan and a basement that's going to have an entertainment area.
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I would consult with professionals with designing my home. I would want to make sure everything's perfect. I wouldn't mind spending as long as they deliver what I want.
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I've kept magazine clippings of what I want in my house. I also surfed the net for ideas so when the time comes that I need to build my dream home I would be ready for it.
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