Here’ s a closer look at what to consider when designing a custom home. Are you ready to turn your dream home into a reality?
Every angle of your home should be swoon-worthy! Our coastal inspired architecture allows homeowners to embrace the beauty of their surroundings through expansive windows, sliding doors, and covered porches.
Whether it’s on the beach, intracoastal, along the St. Johns River, or on your specially selected homesite, our Glenn Layton Homes team will merge your dream location with your dream home by maximizing your lot, your views and your lifestyle.
Do you prefer the popular open concept layout? Do you have a certain square footage figure in mind? When you are deciding on a floor plan, imagine yourself walking through the home.
Every Glenn Layton Home is as unique as the people who live inside them. That’s because we sit down with you to find out how you live, where you live and understand your family’s wants and desires for how your home should function.
Design your home with the future in mind. Adding dual suites to your floor plan and keeping one master on the ground level is a trendy feature to consider when building a new home. Accessibility is always in style!
The benefit of a bonus room is that it can be anything a homebuyer wants. Whether it’s a game room for the kids, a home gym, or a home office for working from home, this additional space can truly enhance a family’s lifestyle.
As the heart of the home, it’s no surprise that current design trends focus on the kitchen as the focal point of the home. Some features to consider including are a breakfast nook, walk-in pantry, and oversized island.
An in-law suite provides the perfect private living area, bedroom, and bathroom for guests staying for an extended period of time. A carriage house with separate entrance above the garage is also a great location for an in-law suite.
“I have far too much storage space.” —said no one, ever. Ensure your plan includes extra room to store your possessions. Adding a drop zone can create a stylish and functional space for easy organization and storage.
Develop a seamless flow between interior and exterior spaces. From summer kitchens and fireplaces to lounge areas and custom pools, these are just a handful of popular outdoor living options homeowners can enjoy.
With so many of today’s homeowners living active, busy lifestyles, it’s helpful to have a home that can add convenience and simplify daily routines. Consider incorporating a security system, automation system, and built-in speaker system.