I had the pleasure of touring some new construction homes in October as part of 2020’s Triangle Parade of Homes in Raleigh, NC! This home has some amazing touches top to bottom, and is filled with great design ideas. I left feeling so inspired- I knew I had to share some of these photos with you!
You can see another dream home – this stunning more traditional Nantucket style home, which was also part of the Triangle Parade of Homes tour, here!)
The Parade of Homes is a self guided tour where you can peek inside newly constructed award winning homes, built by local builders. It’s a great way to keep yourself up on new design trends and see the latest custom builds!
If you are renovating or building – I recommend taking part in these tours, as they are loaded with ideas and inspiration! (Pop on over here to see the 7 biggest kitchen trends for 2021.)
Tour a Dream Home As Part of the Triangle Parade of Homes
This Raleigh, NC home was crafted so carefully, it looked as if it was an existing home in the area that had been perhaps renovated!
The dining room was right in the front of the home, between the entry and the wet bar. Look at all those gorgeous windows! If you notice, they are black in the front of the house but white inside.
I thought I was a fan of super light oak hardwoods, but I fell in love with the color of all the hardwoods the builder used in this home. The stain has a rich medium tone that brings warmth and comfort to the space! I think it’s an especially nice contrast with the black.
Isn’t it funny when you think you love a style done a very certain way, but then you see it done differently and it’s pulled off so well it completely reverses your thinking?
All the wood beams that were done with the same stain as the floors are making these rooms sing! The use of black, brass and wood as a theme throughout the house really sets off the crisp white.
This home had some fantastic bathrooms throughout.
And of course, a few “fun” touches done by the builder to really set the house apart. A built in dog house (is that what you would call this? More like a dog room!) is not only adorable but practical too! The framed photo of the dog inside his room is hilarious.
The tile that was picked is the ideal example of form and function. It is practical for a mudroom with pets- but equally as beautiful, looking similar to a dark brick.
Each bedroom upstairs had a secret room or closet, hidden behind bookshelves. Obviously every kid’s dream, including my kid, who wanted to move right in!
A look out the back bedroom window at what kind of views the neighborhood offers- more gorgeous homes on a hilly tree lined street!
That’s all I have for this today. Be sure and take a peek at my favorite home – a true classic Nantucket style home sitting in downtown Raleigh, NC. You can see my post sharing the inside of that dreamy home here!
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