Modern homes ideas are a result of the new development in home design, construction, and renovation technology that incorporates upscale ideas of architects, engineers and construction specialists. American dwelling areas are particularly receptive to such modern changes that readily adapt to innovations, new technologies, and construction designs and materials.
Homes in the United States tend to become ultra-modern due to the influences of liberal education and values that have characterized American “culture.” Modern homes also tend to become functional, ecstatic and opulent townhomes that are distinctively different and luxurious comfort zones on their own.
Consider, for example, a high-end townhome complex in Denver, revealing a well-designed layout that presents the best in Denver living amidst the backdrop of the Blue Mountains. The 4-bedroom and 6-bathroom home serve as a housing unit with standard components that includes an opulent living matching with an elegant dining area, a kitchen, bedrooms, a bath for each bedroom, and a storage area. It’s a rather large area where, for practical purposes, at least two families can live comfortably.
With a finished area of 3,616 square feet and a lot size of 6,250 SF, the townhome includes kitchen equipment and amenities like Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, quartz countertops, and custom cabinetry, all designed to maximize the comfort of its residents. This upscale dwelling is not really for the rich and famous but for those who have substantial assets and savings and want a super-comfortable, peaceful, spacious, grand and luxurious living.
Functional and rich in interior décor expression, the 15-foot ceiling bedrooms provides broader and larger breathing space needed for browsing of the interior beauty of the townhome for internal contemplation, with custom beds made out of hardwood with a satin dark brown finish. The hardwood floors are carpeted with a grainy light brown carpet that matches with the beautiful beige and white wall colors.
In contrast, the country homes found in Hawaii are relatively smaller in floor areas, more rustic, less opulent, and functional to adapt to countryside living. There are even smaller compact homes that can accommodate a couple, maximizing space by constructing a mezzanine floor where the bedroom is located. At the ground floor are found the living area, kitchen, and bathroom, all neatly designed and built within a 700-square foot finished area. Asians attuned to this kind of home design and space find the country homes cozy and warm.
Other residential alternative designs incorporate the apartment-type of home with a flash of opulence, where the living room floor, for instance, is partially carpeted with a luxurious cover in soft light brown cover, contrasting with the dining room and kitchen’s gorgeous non-carpeted dark brown hardwood floor. The kitchen is impressive with its grand stainless appliances, pendant lighting, and shiny countertops.
Inside are constructed wood flooring and walnut cabinets by the dining area. The kitchen is stuffed with stainless steel appliances, combined with granite countertops and espresso vanities inside the spacious baths with tubs. The 200-SF living area is contiguous to the kitchen and separates the two bedrooms and bathrooms. The entire east side is found the third bedroom with a large walk-in closet and the bath. Outside this bedroom are the work hub, the washer, and dryer.