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March 18, 2016

Customizing Your Family Room

Some families prefer a more open family room and that’s why they love the 2-story family room design.  However, some families would prefer to use that second floor space as a bonus room or an additional bedroom.  Whichever way you choose, we know you will love the end result!

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Our Arlington Plan is a great example of a 2-story family room.  We love how a 2-story design makes your home feel big and open, and floor to ceiling windows will keep your home light and bright.  Also having a nice view of your gorgeous staircase adds a classic architectural touch to your home.

Arlington family room blog 3.18.16     Arlington Family room stairs blog 3.18.16

But of course if you choose to close off that 2nd floor, you will still love your family room just as much.  The plus side to this design is that extra space you are creating.

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 If you need an additional bedroom, or you want your kids to have a space that is there own, then this is the design for you.  Now you can add our coffered ceiling to your family room!

Hanover 2 story family room blog 3.18.16     Hanover 2 story family room kitchen view blog 3.18.16

Our Hanover Plan is another home that we have built both ways.

hanover 2 story family room from upstairs blog 3.18.16

Each family lives differently, and whichever design you choose is a reflection of your style and how your family functions from day to day.

Hanover Family room blog 3.18.16     Hanover Family Room 1 blog 3.18.16

With both designs you still get the built-ins on either side of your fireplace.

Hanover family room 3 blog 3.18.16

And your kitchen will still feature that half wall, perfect for bar stools and entertaining.

Now on to the hard part, deciding which design is right for you!

Ginny Moore

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