With over 20 original designs ranging from 14 to 22 squares, the Smart Living Series offers a selection of modern, highly functional floor plans. Since Millennials have now occupied smaller homes , the financially savvy are more likely to have more room in the budget for the designs they want. That means more money is going into kitchen design and spa-like bathrooms. Tiles on floors will tend to be in natural stones or wood effect patterns, while low maintenance backsplashes dominate the kitchen.
A home with modern rooms is not often something that is chosen by families with younger children. The aim is to create a finishÂ with more glass, harder edges, white and neutral colours, and art work rather than accessories. Modern kitchens are currently very popular with more metal appliances and marble finishes.
Square footage numbers are approximate and drawings shown may not be to scale. Dates and times subject to change without notice. Homebuyers may be limited in the options and upgrades which can be made to homes which are finished or already under construction. Move-in dates are not guaranteed. All listed homes subject to prior sale. All sales are subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Purchase Agreement.
Lindal Elements is the leader in residential modern prefab. Our systems-built kit homes combine a flexible design matrix with premium precut materials that are delivered to your build site, anywhere in the world. Our wide selection of modern home designs allow for endless personalization options.
Whether youÂ planÂ to build on a narrow lot, add a studio or backyard cottage, or just want a smaller home, you’ll love our approach to designing and building small houses. Our small homes startÂ under 500 square feetÂ and includeÂ ADU and DADU structures, cottages, and cabins. Enjoy intimate living, low maintenance and energy costs, and open, airy environments.
This generation is the most sustainability-focused generation ever. They’re looking for renewable energy sources within apartment blocks, sharing resources, supporting surrounding independent businesses and using green materials. Almost half of Millennials are interested in solar panels for their homes, and show a keen interest in growing their own food. Gardening is good for the environment and works well with recent healthy living trends. Expect to see more small gardens, window-box gardens, or community gardens where this generation takes up residence.