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Custom Home Design: Interior Design and Finishing

By on May 9, 2014
Custom Home Design: Interior Design and Finishing

After the exterior is completed it is time for your custom home builder to finish walls, paint, install doors and windows, hang cabinetry, put down flooring and install tile. You will be able to move into your new custom home soon, so at this time you should be very close to selling your existing home. Once the drywall has been put into place it is time for the fun task of selecting all the design elements that are going into your house. This includes:

Many of these take six weeks up to three months to order, so be sure to meet with your custom home builder early in the process on designing your interior. Usually, the installation of these home design pieces is a breeze and many of the interior fundamentals you've been waiting on for months and months merely take a day or two to install. 

If any of this is overwhelming to you, no worries - your custom home builder or architect is there every step of the way. If you'd like to do research on your own, ImproveNet has a Kitchen Remodeling Center and a Bathroom Remodeling Center and hundreds upon hundreds of pages of tips and custom home design pictures that will give you even more detailed ideas for instructing your custom home builder. Once you get to this stage in the home building process, you are nearly ready to move in to your dream house. 

Although all of these phases may seem like an uphill battle, a professional custom home builder will make your custom home building experience a pleasure. The end result will be worth the time and money, as you will be able to spend your life in a house that is just perfect for you. As you end the project keep in mind that clean up both in and out of the home will be required. 


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