Hangar Home Design and Trends

by Engineer Designer on February 1, 2014

Hangar Home design trends change continuously as new styles, colors and trends are introduced everyday. Picking a design, which will fit your budget and suit your needs can be quite challenging. Each year, the housing industry is showered by new trends in terms of design and styling. The year 2014 is no different with predictions coming from various experts and professionals. But how varied will this year be? It all depends in the trends that seem to surface as time moves on. Here are 5 home design trends to watch and follow this year.
  1. Open Concept - sweeping spaces.
  2. Neutral colors - the multi-colored rooms are becoming less popular
  3. Universal Design - for aging in place. Homes are being built with an eye on a wide variety of age-brackets.
  4. Movement from granite to quartz tops in the kitchens.
  5. Energy Efficient and water-saving appliances. In fact, energy efficiency is a theme throughout modern homes.
These are five of the many other home design trends that will continue to show up in the new homes and hangar homes of individuals. The look of homes will diversify even more as we move through 2014 . The beautiful thing about custom home design is that the choice is yours as to how you integrate these trends into your own life and project and how you choose to impart more beauty to your own living space. Another trend is that nature is "in" and folks are integrating the outside with their interior layouts. There's an increased prevalence in decks, patios, nicely-designed yards, and gardens as part of the basic home design. Outsides are now being designed like any other room in the house. Another trend is in the outdoor kitchen appliances for cooking. Grills and sinks are being used to create the perfect BBQ. A well- designed home is a key to your overall quality of life. Your home should be a place where you can relax, but at the same time get things done that you want to get done. If you're always fighting against your home's design to do simple tasks, it can seriously affect how happy you are with your life, overall. Working with your professional designer and engineer, once the "bones of the project are created" often comes down to details. Hangar Homes are often a compromise between one of the couple who is the pilot and the other who is not. I see this compromise time and time again - and it really works. But, of course, both parties will benefit from a well-designed home that takes into account their entire life styles - aviation and otherwise. More than one couple has had difficulties up only to find that it wasn't really their partner that was bothering them at all - it was the shabby home they had together. Choosing your hangar home designer, or a designer for kind of residential home or project, takes interviews, research of their past projects, knowledge of their professional licenses and training, queries about insurance, a sense of ease of communication (extremely important) and an ability to trust one's own instincts when it comes to choosing ones associates. Kind of like the rest of life, isn't it?