Farmhouse Chic and Other Popular Design Trends Explored

farmhouse style decorAre you in the interior design phase of building a custom home? Let the fun begin. You get to choose colors, patterns, and textures to give your home a look that reflects your style and works for your daily life. You may have had a vision in mind from the beginning when you first started looking at custom home lots in Greensboro. Or you may be just starting to think about the interior décor and trying to decide on a particular style or theme. Wherever you are in the process, consider these popular design trends to give you plenty of ideas. 

Farmhouse Chic. This one has been popular for a few years now, but new twists on the same concept keep it relevant year after year. The idea behind farmhouse chic involves taking outdoor or farm-inspired items (such as barn doors, wagon wheels, and mason jars) and repurposing them to look more polished. Put your spin on it and you’ll have a unique look for any room of your home.  

Industrial. The very opposite of farmhouse chic, an industrial style is urban inspired. While it also incorporates outdoor items, the similarity ends there. Industrial style brings raw materials indoors, such as brick, steel, and wood, and leaves them exposed as you might see in a Manhattan loft. 

Oriental Zen. Bring the peace and tranquility of a Zen garden into your home with an oriental theme. Incorporate Asian-inspired art, bamboo, live plants, or even a small indoor fountain for the relaxing sounds of moving water. Keep colors subdued for a natural look.  

Nautical or Beach.  If you love the ocean, whether you live near the water or not, a nautical or beach-inspired theme is always a classic option. Incorporate anchors, ships, and bold stripes or seashells, lighthouses, and pastels. Combine any of these decorative items to create a coastal comfort everyone will love.  

Minimalist. This style is ideal for anyone who likes a neat, clutter-free home. Minimalist is just how it sounds- minimal. Simple furniture, no knick-knacks, neutral colors, and modern art. Bare floors, minimal window treatments, and no-frills are the rules with this design style. 

Retro. The best way to describe retro décor is fun. Retro design involves choosing pieces from a certain period of the past, maybe just one decade (such as the 1960s). Include bold prints, bright colors, and funky accessories that inspire excitement. You can find new items that are retro-inspired, or choose vintage items that have stood the test of time and may need some fresh paint.  

Put your own Style into your New Custom Home 

These are just a few of the currently popular design trends for custom homes. Do some research on these and other styles to find something that suits your unique personality and that of your family. One of the best things about building a custom home is the freedom to design it your way.  

Find Available Custom Home Lots in Greensboro in the Top Neighborhoods 

Don Mills Builders is currently constructing new homes on custom home lots in some of Greensboro’s most desired communities. If you’re interested in having a custom home designed and built with your own style and features, call Don Mills Builders today at (336) 362-1777.  

8 Tips for Choosing the Right Paint Colors for your Custom Home

empty room to be paintedBuilding a custom home is an exciting endeavor. Your home can be your dreams made into reality. But with that freedom comes a lot of choices, which can be overwhelming. Choosing paint colors is one of the many decisions you’ll need to make. Not sure where to start? Try these 8 tips for choosing paint colors for custom homes in Greensboro.

  1. Start in the great room. The great room refers to the main living area. This is a great place to start because the paint color here will be very visible, especially in an open-concept home. The rest of the color choices can be complementary shades.  
  2. Start with the boldest color you want to use. If you have a bold hue in mind for one of the main living areas, start with that color and build your other color choices from there. 
  3. Choosing a color palletYour colors should complement each other. The easiest way to do this is to choose a strip of paint colors that includes lighter and darker tones of a color. Another option is to choose a color and then have lighter and darker shades of that color to complete your color pallet. 
  4. Consider sight lines. Keep in mind which rooms are visible from each other. These rooms should have complementary colors. 
  5. Make hallways and stairwells neutral. Connecting areas in your home are best left neutral so that they won’t clash with the colors in any other rooms along the way.  
  6. Upstairs and downstairs zones can have separate color pallets. While your stairwell and even the connecting upstairs hallway may need to be one continuous color, you can treat the rest of your upstairs as a different zone with its separate style and color pallet.  
  7. Open concept floor plans must have complementary colors. When you choose an open floor plan you may not be able to use as many colors, as each room blends into the next. Choose a color that works well for the entire space and incorporate additional colors in trim and other areas.  
  8. Don’t rely on paint chip cards. Paint cards are great ideas to get ideas, but they don’t provide a true sense of how it will look in a large room or area. Consider buying paint samples. Paint them directly unto the walls for a better comparison.  

Don’t Sweat it, Paint is Only Temporary 

Always keep in mind, repainting is an option. If you don’t like the colors after a few months of years, go back to the drawing board and try again. Nothing is permanent when it comes to paint. 

Don Mills Builds Luxury Custom Homes in Greensboro 

If you’re looking for a custom home builder, Don Mills is currently building luxury homes in the most desired up and coming neighborhoods in Greensboro. With both framing and décor expertise, Don Mills Builders can make the many choices easy, including paint colors. Call (336) 362-1777 today to inquire about custom homes in Greensboro by Don Mills. 

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Building A Luxury Custom Home

luxury houseFor many people building a luxury custom home is the culmination of years of work and planning. Every step of the process from finding homebuilders Greensboro to carefully choosing all the features and finishes is done with care and a desire to get everything just right. But even the most careful homebuyers can make mistakes when it comes to their luxury custom home. And those mistakes can make it harder to enjoy your luxury home. Watch out for these five mistakes when it comes to creating your luxury dream home:

Not Paying Attention to What’s Behind the Walls

When you are building a luxury home, make sure you choose a reliable builder who will ensure that the home’s internal systems can handle everything that you want to do now and in the future. Make sure that the HVAC system is up to par, or install two HVAC units to carry the load. Also, make sure that the home’s plumbing and wiring will be upgradable as the years go on so that if your needs change those vital systems can be updated to accommodate your needs. 

Choosing Too Many Trendy Finishes

Remember when Millennial Pink and Rose gold were everywhere? Neither does anyone else. Just a couple of years ago, Millennial Pink paint and Rose gold fixtures were featured on every trendy design blog and all over Pinterest. But those trends fell quickly out of favor. They might come back around someday but do you really want to live with those colors until then? When it comes to designing your home, consider classic, timeless styles and colors. You can always add in trendy touches with things that are easy to change out. But for the permanent fixtures in your home, timeless and elegant finishes will continue to be in style for decades to come. 

Not Thinking About Future Functionality 

This is a mistake that’s easy to make. Right now, you might love the idea of a kitchen desk where the kids can do their homework but when they eventually graduate, that will be wasted space. Right now, you might love the idea of a third-floor bonus room as a craft or office space, but in a few years when getting up and down the stairs becomes more challenging, that third story might not seem like such a good investment. When you are adding custom features to your home, pick features based on functionality now and in the future. You will have your home for a long time and you want it to be customized to your needs. So, make sure that you’re designing a home that will fit your needs now and in the future. 

Designating Rooms That Don’t Get Used

It’s easy to get carried away when you’re planning your luxury custom home. You may think that you want separate rooms for a craft area, a library, an office, and a playroom for the kids. When you’re choosing a layout for your home, make a list of the rooms that you’d really use. Do you need a dedicated room for each task or can some rooms be multipurpose? An open-concept space with the flexibility to be multi-purpose is going to be a lot more useful, inviting, and comfortable over the years than having separate rooms for different purposes. 

Not Maximizing All the Available Storage Space

Even if you think that you don’t need extra storage space now, chances are very high that you will need it in the future. The best time to take advantage of extra space in your home is when it’s being built. Having custom cabinetry and storage put in throughout the house is a great way to make sure that the house has enough storage for you now and in the future. 

The right team, like Don Mills Builders, one of the top home builders in Greensboro, can guide you through the process of designing the custom luxury home you’ve been dreaming of. Get expert advice to bring your dream home to life and ensure that you will love your home for years to come.

If you’re ready to talk about building a custom luxury home, call Don Mills today: (336) 362-1777

Benefits of Choosing an Open Floor Plan

The pros and cons of the open floor plan have been debated many times in recent years. While there may be just a few drawbacks, it seems that overall, the benefits outweigh the costs. It is still the most popular choice of home layout for custom homes in Greensboro. Custom builders can attest to the number of customers that request open floor plans. Wondering if an open floor plan is right for you? Consider the many benefits.

 

  • Feels Spacious. Probably the biggest benefit of the open floor plan, the wide-open space makes your home seem larger than it actually is. In combination with vaulted ceilings, it can take spaciousness to the next level.
  • Plenty of Light. The open floor plan allows for a lot of natural light in your home. Just one exterior window can shed light on the entire main living area when there aren’t walls to get in the way. You’ll save energy and feel better, as natural light is a mood enhancer.
  • Great for Entertaining. If you enjoy hosting, the open floor plan is for you. It’s as if you can be everywhere at once. You can prepare food in the kitchen while looking out over the great room, never missing out on the conversation. You can socialize in the great room while keeping an eye on the stove in the kitchen. It’s an entertainer’s dream. 
  • Family-Friendly. An open floor plan is ideal for families in every stage of life. Parents can be in the kitchen preparing food while still keeping an eye on busy little ones. As kids grow, the open floor plan promotes socialization when reluctant teens tend to keep to themselves. Everyone eventually gravitates to the kitchen, which is front and center in an open floor plan. 
  • Accessibility. The open floor plan is also beneficial for anyone with limited mobility. Walkers and wheelchairs can still navigate through open spaces without concern for narrow doorways. The open floor plan is ideal for those who wish to stay in their home throughout their lifetime. 
  • Flow of Movement. You can move about more easily within your home when there aren’t as many walls and doors to open and navigate around. The general flow of traffic is smoother, which is especially helpful for larger families. 
  • Easier House Cleaning. When it’s time to vacuum, mop, dust, etc. it’s easy to handle the great room in one sweep, rather than moving from room to room. One room seems easier to clean than multiple rooms. And it’s likely that your great room, which gets the most use, will need more frequent cleaning than the rest of the house. 

 

Don Mills Builders Designs Custom Homes in Greensboro with Spacious Open Floor Plans

When you build a custom home with Don Mills Builders you can choose any floor plan you like. Open floor plans can be configured in many different ways to optimize space and aesthetics. You can design your floor plan around the specific needs and living style of your family. Don Mills Builders will listen to your ideas and recommend the best home layout for you. Call today to set up a free consultation to discuss custom homes in Greensboro: (336) 362-1777. 

10 Custom Home Trends We Love in 2019

Each year brings new design ideas and trends for custom homes. From color to texture to architectural features, there’s a lot of focus on when it comes to style. Consider these 10 home trends that have been featured in Greensboro custom homes in 2019. 

 

  • Interior Windows. Get the best features of the open and closed floor plan by dividing rooms with windows. Glass and steel are the current trend, providing dividers between rooms that help with noise control without blocking natural light. There is still an open feel, but with a little more organization. 
  • Grand Bathtubs. Garden tubs and soaking tubs have been an item in master bathrooms for decades, but today’s trend makes the tub the focal point of the room. Large, elaborate tubs are making bathrooms feel like a luxury spa. 
  • Backsplash that makes a Bigger Splash. A typical design feature in traditional kitchens is the backsplash, a tiled area of the wall between the counter and the upper cabinets. The trend has now expanded to entire walls with textured tile, either behind open shelving or on a wall without cabinetry. 
  • Bathroom with Wood Features. Bathrooms can be a little cold when everything is tile or stone. Bringing wood grains into the bathroom for the vanity or décor can bring a little warmth in.
  • Black in the Kitchen. While black is not new to the kitchen, large amounts of black is a new trend, with cabinetry, countertops, and even sinks and hardware in bold black.
  • Dusky Wall Colors. In the past many have shied away from using dark wall colors in favor of shades of white or beige. In 2019 the trend is shifting to dark colors like navy, hunter green, and even black for primary wall colors. 
  • Benches with Dining Room Sets. Dining room furniture trends include benches, and while that is a furniture feature rather than a home design feature, if you plan to incorporate bench seating, you may want to design your dining area accordingly to be sure there’s enough space or a bare wall to incorporate your bench seating. 
  • Farmhouse-style Exteriors. While brick has been a dominant exterior façade for luxury homes in the past, 2019 home design is featuring board and batten farmhouse-style exteriors and accents.
  • Indoor/Outdoor Kitchens. The all-natural trend for kitchens (indoor herb gardens, etc.) is leading to kitchens that open to the outside, with glass walls and large doors that open to a patio or deck. 
  • Whole-Room Wall Color. The accent wall is becoming a thing of the past, as now homeowners are choosing to extend the accent color to all four walls. 

 

Greensboro Custom Homes with the Latest Trends

Don Mills Builders is always on the cutting edge of home design, keeping up with current trends to give customers the styles and features they’re looking for. The most desired Greensboro custom homes are Don Mills originals. Call today to start planning your dream home: (336) 362-1777.

5 Safety Items You Need to Have in Your Home

Many home buyers are choosing to build a custom home in Greensboro because they want a modern and updated house that they don’t have to renovate before they can move in. Part of the desire for updated homes comes from wanting homes that are built for the needs of today’s families, but part of it also comes from a desire to have a home that has modern safety features.  When you are ready to move into your custom home, make sure that it has these 5 safety items:

A Video Doorbell

One of the great things about modern technology is that cameras are now better and more affordable than ever. Video doorbells are fantastic for home safety because they let you see who is at the door before you ever get near it. Unlike a traditional peephole, a video doorbell shows the person in front of the door and a few feet back from the door and to the sides so you will see if anyone else is lurking nearby. The video doorbell also takes photos of the person at the door and can send them directly to your phone or computer. Best of all you can use the video doorbell from an app on your phone so you don’t even have to be at home to answer your door. You know who is at the door, even if you are at work or out shopping.

A Carbon Monoxide Detector

In addition to having a smoke and fire detector on each floor and in each bedroom, you should also have a carbon monoxide detector on each floor to make sure that the levels of carbon monoxide in the home don’t become dangerous. Look for a smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector in one unit to make installation easier. You can also have a combination smoke and carbon monoxide detector wired into your home so that it doesn’t need batteries and is always active.

A Smart Home Assistant

Some people think that smart home assistants like the Amazon Echo or Google Home are just for techies and don’t really add any value to a home. However, these devices are quite user-friendly and can actually make your home a lot safer. Older people who have limited mobility can use the smart assistant to summon help with a simple voice command from any room as long as the unit can hear the person’s voice. Parents can use it to “drop in” on kids and make sure the kids are home and doing what they’re supposed to do while the parents are at work. And the assistant can work as an intercom where you can listen to what is going on in other rooms. If your home were ever broken into or you had any kind of emergency, you wouldn’t need to fumble about trying to find a phone to call for help. Just yell out to your smart assistant to call the police or summon the fire squad and it will.

Smart Locks on All The Doors

Smart locks can be programmed to be opened with a passcode, a fingerprint, or even a retina scan so that your kids won’t have to carry keys in order to be able to into the house. Neither will you. No more fumbling for your keys in the dark when you get home at night. Just enter your code or press a button and the door will open. These locks are tamper resistant so that no one can break into your home by breaking a lock.

Digital Security Cameras

Digital security cameras are something every custom-built home in Greensboro should have. Inexpensive digital security cameras help improve safety for your home and for the neighborhood. If neighbors work together and position their cameras so that the fields of vision overlap they can get camera footage of the entire neighborhood which can keep everyone safer.

Don Mills Builders will help you build a custom home In Greensboro that has every safety feature you desire. Call today for a free consultation: (336) 362-1777.

Yearly Maintenance Tips for Your New Home

window washerWhen you have a Greensboro custom home built you will get the peace of mind of knowing that the new construction home is in great shape and won’t require any work. But even when you have a newly built home there are some yearly maintenance chores that you will need to do in order to keep that home in great shape and help ensure that the roof, windows, and other materials will last as long as possible. A few of the most important yearly maintenance chores that you should do on your home include:

Pressure Wash The Roof and Siding

This is usually done in the fall but it can also be done in the spring. Getting your roof and siding pressure washed in the fall will remove layers of pollen, dirt, dust, and other debris from your home that have build up over the summer. It also is a good chance to have a professional check your roof and your siding for damage, cracks, or holes that need to be fixed before the cold weather comes. If you have your home pressure washed in the spring it’s a good opportunity to see if the winter has done any damage to your roof or siding that needs to be fixed in order to avoid problems during the rainy spring season.

Clean the Gutters

The gutters on your home should actually be cleaned twice a year, in the fall and in the spring, but some homeowners prefer to just do it once a year. If you have a lot of trees near your home, it’s better to get the gutters cleaned twice a year to remove all the leaves that fall in the gutters and clog them. Getting your gutters cleaned helps to remove sticks, leaves, and other debris while also dealing with any pests or insects that have taken up residence in the gutters.

Get Your HVAC System Checked and Maintained

During the fall and the spring in North Carolina, it’s not uncommon to need both your air conditioning and your heat on the same day. And during the summer you definitely need your AC to be working as efficiently as possible to keep the hot summer sun at bay. That’s why it’s important to get your HVAC system checked regularly at least once a year and have regular maintenance performed. HVAC problems can be expensive to fix so catching them early can save you money and make sure that you are always comfortable inside your custom home.

Get Your Plumbing Checked and Drains Cleaned

Your plumbing and drains should also be checked once a year to clear out any clogs and make sure there are no small leaks deep in the plumbing that you don’t know about. Small leaks could let water leak into your walls or ceilings for months before you even know they are there. But that water buildup could help mold grow deep within your home. Clogged drains and burst pipes can cause major damage to your home, but if you get your plumbing checked and your drains cleaned on a regular basis you can avoid expensive and potentially catastrophic plumbing emergencies in your new home.

Get Your Windows Washed

Your Greensboro custom home will have brand new energy-efficient windows in it that should last for decades. But those windows do require a little maintenance. It’s a good idea to get your windows cleaned once a year to have someone clean the frame and the area around the window as well as the glass. They should also check the glass for pits, cracks, or etching and fix minor damage to the windows before it becomes a big problem

For more advice on keeping your home looking and functioning like new call Don Mills Builders today.

Best Ways to Landscape Around Your New Custom Home

custom home porchOne of the best things about custom building a home is that you can customize so many different aspects of your home. The only limits when it comes to designing your custom home are your budget, your imagination, and your decision to work with the best homebuilders in Greensboro. You have a lot of options when it comes to customizing your home, including the landscaping. Some fun and practical ways to landscape around your custom home are:

Create a Hedge Row for Privacy And Noise Reduction

If you don’t like the idea of completely fencing in your property, or if you want to create a sound barrier between the front of your home and the street, consider planting a row of hedges. It will take some time for the hedges to mature and provide the kind of privacy and noise reduction that you want to have. However, the hedges will look lovely and enhance the curb appeal of your home even while they are growing. When they do grow in fully, your home will have a classic and elegant look in addition to more privacy and less street noise.

Designated Yard Areas

When you are having custom landscaping done around your new custom home you can take advantage of the chance to create separate zones in the yard. You can create one zone that will be a play space for the kids and make sure it has lush cushiony grass for them to play on. You can choose another area to be an outdoor entertaining space, with a fire pit and maybe some built-in seating. Or you could create an outdoor meditation garden with a fountain and lots of plants with some benches to sit on. Divide up the yard into spaces that will fit your lifestyle.

Add Pops of Color for Curb Appeal

A great way to make your yard beautiful and add to the curb appeal of your home is to add surprising pops of color throughout the landscaping in your yard. Flower boxes and bright flowering hedges can be added near the windows. Raised flower beds with attractive mulch around the front of the house always look great and you can customize the flowers and plants used in the beds to add some color and texture to the area and really show off the front of your home.

Create Outdoor Living Space

One of the hottest trends right now is to extend the living space from the indoors to the outdoors. When you are working with one of the elite homebuilders in Greensboro to create your dream home you can create an outdoor living space by continuing the look of the indoor flooring to a deck outside, adding an outdoor kitchen, and creating some outdoor seating around flowerbeds and fountains. You can even add a full outdoor covered kitchen or an outdoor seating area with a fireplace to give your home extra living space in the great outdoors.

Pergolas are In

The top landscape designers are seeing a huge increase in the demand for pergolas. Pergolas are wooden structures almost like a canopy that are built in a backyard. They can be used in many ways for outdoor dining and entertaining or they can be turned into meditation spaces, reading nooks, or used for other outdoor living activities. Hanging curtains or shades is common, but lights can also be strung along the roof of the pergola for nighttime use. Adding a pergola to your yard is a fantastic way to customize your landscaping.

For more on-trend design ideas, call Don Mills Builders today to discuss your custom dream home.

How Open Floor Plans Affect Energy Efficiency

Open floor plans are the most popular type of new home floorplan when people buy custom homes in Greensboro and the demand for them isn’t letting up. Modern families like open concept floor plans because it makes it easier to enjoy family time together. Open floor plans are also great for parents who have things to do but also want to keep an eye on their kids. They’re also fantastic for entertaining. But did you know that open floor plans are also energy efficient and can help homeowners save money on heating and cooling costs?

Open floor plans reduce the energy needed to cool and heat a room because there are no walls or barriers breaking up the flow of the air through the room. That means it costs less to heat and cool your home when you have an open concept floor plan. As long as the outside walls are sealed and insulated properly, an open concept floorplan is the best way to heat and cool your home efficiently. There are a few other things that you can do to increase your energy savings as well like:

Place Large, Custom Windows Carefully

Large windows and skylights can brighten up your home and flood your open concept first floor with natural sunlight. New windows and skylights that are installed properly will be energy efficient and all that extra sunlight can help keep your home warm in the winter. Shades can help keep the sun from making it too warm during the hot North Carolina summers. The extra lighting and warmth can cut your energy costs over the course of the year.

Find Light Fixtures That Do Double Duty

Energy-efficient light fixtures are a must in a custom home. Installing light fixtures that have fans built into them will help circulate the air throughout the space and increase the energy efficiency of your home. Some people dislike the look of ceiling fans but light fixtures with modern designs, unique materials, and designer finishes will look great in your open concept kitchen and family room. Your home can have the style and look that you want while maintaining energy efficiency. Keeping the air circulating throughout the open-concept space will help regulate the temperature when there are a lot of people in the space as well.

Make Your Home A Smart Home

Another way to you can maximize the energy efficiency of a custom-built home is to make your home a smart home. Using smart home devices like the Amazon Echo and installing smart plugs throughout the house means that you can easily turn off lights and appliances from anywhere in the home or even when you’re away from home using a smartphone app. Smart appliances are energy efficient and easy to manage, so consider choosing smart appliances when you are putting the finishing touches on your custom home.

Make Good Use of Your Fireplace

Many people who build custom homes opt to have a gas insert or electric fireplace put into the family area. This makes the family area of the open concept home a very inviting place to gather and it also will help to heat the entire first floor of the home. With no walls or barricades to keep the heat from moving throughout the space, the heat from the fireplace can be circulated through the room with ease. That will make your home a relaxing and energy-efficient space where you can enjoy quality time with friends and family.

Custom homes in Greensboro that are built around the needs of today’s families are energy efficient and have a flexible space that will make your home function the way you want. Start planning your custom home in Greensboro today with the experts at Don Mills.

7 Flooring Materials to Consider for your Living Room

Many new homebuyers are going with custom homes in Greensboro. And why not? When you work with a custom home builder you have complete and total freedom to choose every detail in your home from floor to ceiling. One of the biggest decisions is flooring material, and one of the biggest rooms in your home is the living room. Consider these 7 flooring materials for your living room to achieve the look and feel you want.  

  1. Hardwood. Still one of the most popular choices, hardwood stands the test of time from a style and beauty standpoint. Now available in more hues/stains than ever before, you can find a hardwood that will be unique and expertly match the rest of your décor.  
  2. Carpet. Another popular choice for comfort and availability of colors, carpet is still being chosen for living rooms on a regular basis. For those who prefer to go barefoot inside and for families with babies and young children, carpet provides a soft floor for the main living area. Available in nearly every color you could imagine, you’ll easily find one that matches your interior color scheme.  
  3. Laminate. A version of hardwood, laminate flooring is more durable than hardwood and more affordable, but it is not solid wood. Laminate flooring comes in panels that snap together to cover the surface. They offer a hardwood look at a lower price but may not look as polished as hardwood. 
  4. Vinyl. Another affordable option that looks similar to hardwood, vinyl has some great benefits. Softer than hardwood, it’s easier on the feet, though not as soft as carpet. It is durable, water resistant, and cleans up easily. 
  5. Bamboo. Lately it seems that bamboo is quickly gaining popularity. A green choice, bamboo is a highly renewable resource, making it an eco-friendly material. The key here is to make sure you get good quality bamboo that won’t scratch easily.  
  6. Marble. If you’re going for luxury, marble will certainly achieve a luxurious look. Shiny when polished and available in a variety of colors, marble floors are beautiful in formal living rooms and foyers. Marble does require maintenance and its porous surface is prone to staining, just another reason marble is best for formal areas of your home. But it will make your home stand out among custom homes in Greensboro.  
  7. Ceramic or Porcelain Tile. Tile is another luxurious flooring material, available in ceramic or porcelain. Both are durable and clean up easily. The subtle difference between the two is that porcelain is manufactured in a way that makes it more durable. 

Many Custom Homes in Greensboro Have Beautiful Flooring in the Living Room 

Choosing to work with a custom home builder opens up an array of options for interior décor. You can have the living room floor that will achieve the look you want for the main room of your home. Don Mills Builders designs and constructs custom homes in Greensboro that meet the needs of the family buying the home. Whether you need the ultra-soft comfort of carpet, the luxurious sheen of marble, or anything in between, the choice is yours. Call Don Mills today about building your dream home: (336) 362-1777.