The Basha: Architectural Details Pop

Legacy Models 125When planning any room in your new home, first consider architectural details that will add charm, convenience and interest to the space. Let’s take a look at this family room, from Fulton Home’s Basha model at Legacy, for some ideas.

To begin, the coffered ceiling draws the eye upward, and you are rewarded by the view of rich brown beams running across. To make the space even more intriguing, two non-traditional ceiling fans add a breeze and some retro-industrial style to the space at the same time.

A generous window wall brings the outside indoors visually every day and, when weather permits, the glass doors slide back to make the connection between outside and inside complete. Notice how the outdoor architecture contributes to the mood inside also.

Take a look at the focus wall, holding both a flat-screen television and a fireplace. The lines are clean and contemporary while the glass cabinets on either side add style and storage. This look is miles better than the days not so long ago when a large television would dominate a room like this one. Instead, this media wall contributes to the style of the space while subtly providing solid functionality.

Even the doorway to the next room shows personality with its soft arch. The contrast between the rich taupe of the walls and white ceiling and trim adds to the overall interest this family room offers. With the right choice of architectural features, a room shows its personality even before furniture is added. To see more, visit Legacy and wander through all three of our inviting model homes.