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1. Walk through and walk through again. Direct access to the laundry room from the master bedroom walk-in-closet has become a design staple on the second floor. This floor plan layout makes chores easy and functional for the homeowner and we will see lots of homes being built like this in 2018.
2. Open design main floor. We’ve heard this one before and it continues to remain at the top of every homebuyer’s checklist. But now it’s about being flexible with those spaces so as your family grows and your needs change, the home layout still works.
3. Options between the garage entrance and the kitchen. Being able to adjust these spaces to meet the homebuyer’s needs is key whether that’s a home management centre, an executive kitchen or a spice kitchen. This space needs to be practical and fit with the homeowner’s everyday life.
4. Multiple generational designs and separate basement access. More and more we’re seeing families living with their grandparents so you’ll see floor plan options that accomplish this. For example – a mother-in-law suite in the basement with private access.
5. Indoor/outdoor entertaining spaces. These are becoming more appealing to the homebuyer… especially those that are looking for more outdoor space to enjoy in summer months (and possibly winter months if you’re into that!).