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Impressive Steps for New Build Developments

Trendsetting is everywhere, from high street shops to online shopping for tech, and it is in constant flow. New build property developers are having to look into better design and layouts to accommodate peoples needs and desires.

The same can be said with people’s homes with the constant desire for better features, more space and upgrading to the more pleasurable home fittings, Those having bespoke homes designed and scouting for new build developments want to have a succession of innovative features to make their home life much more enjoyable, which falls on technologies, product design and interior design by specialists and architects to find a great balance.

What exactly are at the forefront of people’s desires when it comes to a home that gives everything they want? What are the most impressive steps for the home that are the new ‘in’ features that property developers are no strangers to?

Smart Home Technology

More and more, people are starting to switch to the smart home features designed to make life more streamlined and secure. Not only is it more efficient, safer and more secure, it also provides an all in one service for entertainment requirements.

The use of an app for all of your home features, including wireless tech-based door locking systems and thermostats that can be controlled via a button is of great appeal to homeowners young and old and has no signs of abating anytime soon.

Kitchen Entertainment

Now are the days where the kitchen has become a showplace within the home, and a requirement for it to become a bigger area within the house to accommodate islands and breakfast bars so that everyone can come together and be sociable.

Today’s homes have a focus on the kitchen is possibly more of a gathering area than a living room is, entailing an open floor plan with more room to fix areas such as a minibar or vintage kitchen appliances.

Flexible space

Many people get stuck for what room to allocate to a certain need, such as a home office that can be easily changed to a guest room, or a playroom that can quickly switch to a study.

Multi-purpose rooms are currently a big trend to accompany the need of working from home and having adequate room for the kids to play and learn. Decent sized desks can double as office and dining room sets, and barn doors can help to separate space in rooms for a bit of personal space.

At Virtu Homes, a new build property developers, we look to incorporate the needs of every family environment within new build developments. Contact our team today to discuss your bespoke home design.


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I cannot fathom the amount of work put in by Virtu Homes over the time in securing the perfect home for my family. After the first initial meetings we are always skeptical that something would always put the spanner in the works in getting the home we wanted. Virtu Homes not only listened to everything we wanted in a home but also went far beyond with the final product. Absolutely wonderful people who have done everything we could have hoped for in providing our beautiful home.

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