In part II of this features comparison series, we continue to highlight the differences that style and selections can make in a home that may otherwise appear the same when analyzing a floorplan drawing. Below highlights a few recent Chesapeake home projects.
The Chesapeake Floor Plan Features Include:
- 1640 Square Feet
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Baths
- Vaulted ceiling in the living room and front entry
- Main floor laundry
- Swinging closet doors
- Walk-through kitchen pantry
- Island eating ledge
- Walk-in closet in master bedroom
- Double sided fireplace
See how one Chesapeake in a modern style with light color tones throughout compares to one in a rustic style with warm earthy tones in these similarly customized floor plans below.
Stone clad wood burning fireplace with a hearth vs a stone and drywalled gas fireplace.
Solid rustic hickory cabinet door style with rough stone backsplash, and a custom wood range hood in the rustic style vs dark, streamlined cabinet door style with a sleek glossy white backsplash, and decorative range hood in a modern style.
Oil rubbed bronze fixtures for a rustic, farmhouse ambiance vs smooth chrome fixtures for a sleek, modern feel.
Pine ceiling and gel stained wood grain fiberglass front entry door vs painted ceilings and a white, smooth fiberglass front entry door.
For more information on the process or to get started planning your own custom floor plan, reach out to B&B at any time. Book a visit for a one-on-one consultation and to tour our current projects.