With over 20 original designs ranging from 14 to 22 squares, the Smart Living Series offers a selection of modern, highly functional floor plans. This generation is the most sustainability-focused generation ever. They’re looking for renewable energy sources within apartment blocks, sharing resources, supporting surrounding independent businesses and using green materials. Almost half of Millennials are interested in solar panels for their homes, and show a keen interest in growing their own food. Gardening is good for the environment and works well with recent healthy living trends. Expect to see more small gardens, window-box gardens, or community gardens where this generation takes up residence.
Panoramic prow fronts and walls of windows. Vaulted ceilings lined with Western red cedar. Attractive yet functional interior spaces. All these elements combine to create the Lindal Cedar Homes Classic line. The result is our signature: a mix of casual elegance and livability. It’s a style that never goes out of fashion.
Whether youÃ‚Â planÃ‚Â to build on a narrow lot, add a studio or backyard cottage, or just want a smaller home, you’ll love our approach to designing and building small houses. Our small homes startÃ‚Â under 500 square feetÃ‚Â and includeÃ‚Â ADU and DADU structures, cottages, and cabins. Enjoy intimate living, low maintenance and energy costs, and open, airy environments.
When moving, the most bothersome issue of all is, of course, the related cost. To have a fair chance of achieving a favourable outcome of your moving plan, you need to create a food financial plan and set up your moving budget. But first, you should make up your mind whether it is worth to own a place or rent one. You need to set a fair budget first and then decide whether you want to rent a house, buy a new one or build one.
Personal style and taste are the most important aspects here.Ã‚Â Modern homeowners usually choose a more neutral colour, as this can then be combined with hints of other colours which can create a different feel to a room. For example, adding warmer colours could add to a Mediterranean style, and the occasional blue and more pastel colour could create a Scandinavian feel. It is important that you take note of the amount of natural light in the room, as this greatly affects the colour of the room. Trying out a few colour schemes before you decide on just one is a preferable thing to do in order to make sure that you are not disappointed.
We’re building more homes that ever before so we’re after more great tradies to join our award winning team. We’ve got positions available for brickies, framing carpenters and other trades. View our current job opportunities and find a role that suits your skills, personality and career goals.