David and Anna Hersey are a fun couple who built a beautifully customized version of the Oswego plan on their fertile property in Rogue River, Oregon. We were able to sit down with them recently and reflect on their Adair Homes experience, the design process, and key takeaways for others who might be interested in building new construction.Read More
The Real Estate market is on fire right now. With low interests rates, it feels like the right time to get into the home of your dreams. When looking at the marketplace, you’ll have two choices: buy existing, or build new. While Adair Homes has always made the case for building new—now it appears we aren’t the only ones espousing the advantages of new construction. Real Estate authority Zillow recently released a report on the current state of homebuilding entitled ‘New Construction, Consumer Housing Trends Report’. Inside the report they’ve collated information from Realtors and Home Sellers on the why’s behind the new desire for custom construction.Read More
When building a new custom home, you have to think about how you intend to use the space now and how that might evolve in the future. Whether you have a growing family, entertain frequently, or are you downsizing after adult children have left home will influence many of your decisions, including whether you build a home with one or two levels. No matter what option you choose, creative floor plans can help you maximize space and get all of the features you want and need in a home.
When making this important decision for your new custom home, consider these factors:Read More
Topics: Homebuilding Tips
Most families spend a lot of time in the kitchen, which is why many kitchen countertops serve multiple purposes. Families may use these surfaces for meal prep, homework, as a home office desk, for entertaining, and so on. If you’re building a new custom home, the type of countertop you choose will depend on how you intend to use it and your personal preferences. When you build with Adair Homes, you have several options for kitchen countertops.Read More
What’s better than one luxurious master suite? How about two master suites? It sounds decadent, but the truth is that dual master suites are gaining popularity because they can be super practical for families of every size and shape.
A dual master suite can be used for:
- An in-law suite
- A guest suite
- A teen room
- A home office
- A man cave
- A hybrid learning space
- So much more!
Can a House Have Two Primary Bedrooms?
Yes, floor plans with dual master suites are possible. In fact, it’s a growing trend because of the many benefits having two master suites provides—privacy, flexible solutions for unique households, resale value, and so on. Luxury master suite floor plans are on the rise, especially as more people are spending more time together at home. The trend is also popular among older couples with changing sleeping habits.
Having separate master baths also has its advantages, especially for a couple with competing schedules or just a desire to have more privacy. Of course, who doesn’t want the extra storage space of two master closets? No matter what your reasons are for wanting home plans with two master suites, Adair Homes has options for you.
Here are five gorgeous plans that feature a dual master suite option. (See all custom home floor plans).Read More
Where do you go for new-home-inspo? A long, long, looong time ago, you might have visited your local bookstore and thumbed through the magazines before buying a few choice issues from which you’d cut photos and create your ultimate vision board. Sometimes this collection would cover the entire dining room table, fill four cork boards, and overflow a laundry basket. Sound familiar?Read More
In the first part of this series on trending tile we spoke to one of the largest tile distributors in North America, Emser Tile, on emerging trends—and got the perspective of a well-known residential Realtor on the impact of tile when it comes to resale value in your home.
Today, we’ll take a more global glance at tile use in the house before showing you some beautiful real-life examples of tile application in contemporary Adair Homes.Read More
The use of structural and decorative tile has been around a lot longer than you might think! Beautiful tile work has been discovered in architectural remains from the early 13th Century B.C. First made out of baked clay, the term ‘tile’ now refers to many colorful, cut materials including ceramic, stone, metal, clay and glass. Today, the use of tile is ubiquitous to kitchens and baths; its properties are perfect for protecting drywall from heat, water, and oil.
Considering how long tile has been in use, choosing a tile for your home can seem a bit overwhelming. Adair Homes has curated a selection of quality materials to choose from—but the style is all up to you.
Curious what the trend-setters are saying? Read on for some 2021 tips and trends from the experts.Read More
Across the country, a significant life change is one of the most common reasons for people to begin searching for a new home. For many, buying a new home makes sense when the kids leave for college or start their careers. After all, the empty-nest years are a time for many parents to look toward the future and reconsider the type and size of home they need.
If you are preparing for an empty nest, now may be an ideal time to consider downsizing your home. As you search for the home plans for empty nesters, you and your spouse may want to discuss several factors.Read More