Home Elevation Designs starts with a great home plan. It’s important to know what materials you have available for your home’s exterior and interior. You will want to choose materials that reflect the seasons and help you create an aesthetic without being overwhelming.
Whether you’re looking to create an eclectic blend of modern and traditional styles or create a fully customizable home, it’s important to know your material choices and explore your best options when it comes to home elevation designs.
What does your house look like from the street? Front View= sideway views, Full View=head on view and Top View= rear views. Knowing your home’s best possible view is one of the first steps to building your dream home.
Front View refers to how your home looks from the front and sides, while Full View is looking at the home from the back or top. For duplexes, Top View is not an option since the backyard of a duplex is usually the only place that guests can see the house from.
Photos are the key to getting the best home elevation design. Taking home and condo photos before you start building helps you to create a virtual reality where you can scale your plans to fit your photos and scale your house accordingly.
The photos help you envision the scale of the house and the yard to the dimensions of your photos. The best way to go about this is to hire a professional home landscaper to create a plan that best fits your photos.
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