April 17, 2015
A lot of our clients love the idea of building a home that’s completely tailored to their personal tastes. They often choose us because they’ve seen our projects and know that we can help them realize their vision — whether it’s a bold, modern home or a more traditional dwelling that’s still anything but builder basic.
When it comes down to it, some of them decide they aren’t ready to tackle a 100% custom home, but still want their own style to shine through. That’s where our floor plans come into play. And the good news? You can adjust these flexible plans to create a home that’s 100% you. Here’s how…
Perhaps you’re building an infill home and have purchased a narrower lot than expected — or maybe you’re planning to expand your family. Either way, our floor plans can be resized – larger or smaller – to suit your lifestyle. We’ll work together with you, reviewing your needs and wants, to ensure the perfect fit.
In addition to adjusting the size, Lexis offers an array of add-ons to consider. For example, in our Trend 1852 floor plan, you’ll see an option to extend the garage’s depth — allowing extra space for another vehicle, a workshop area, or storage for yard equipment. There’s an option to add a bonus room on the second floor, and even an opportunity to develop a basement suite should you decide you’d like to earn some extra cash by becoming a landlord.
Have an affinity for stone and stucco? Maybe you prefer brick with cedar accents? Our exterior finishing details aren’t set it stone (pardon the pun!). From decking and railings to front doors and window frames, there are an incredible number of options for creating the exterior look you’ve always dreamed of.
When it comes to your home, there’s no better way to make it your own than to select your preferred finishing materials. Whether you love quartz, marble or granite countertops, you’re in the driver’s seat when it comes to choosing the details that will make your house a home. From faucets to flooring, to backsplashes, baseboards and picking your paint palette, the choice is yours — and if you need some advice, our interior designer is always happy to help you fine-tune or provide a second opinion.