So you are ready to move into your forever home. This is a big step and of course, you want it to be perfect! There are so many different factors to consider but the first thing you need to decide is whether to buy a home where you'll be settling for existing designs and layouts, or buying a plot of land to build from the ground up.
It’s finally time to give your home that TLC it so desperately needs after all these years. But not that you’re here, you are wondering which way is the best way to go. Renovate or rebuild? Well do not worry, we are taking all the hard thinking out of the equation for you so you can feel comfortable with your final decision.
Why go with the traditional when your staircase can be the main attraction of your home. Here at Arc Design Services we can design and build bespoke custom staircases. So, don’t let your home or the space available to you discourage your imagination from getting creative with the design of your staircase.
This one is for all our wine enthusiasts! We’re about to make all your wine dreams come true with this post full of creative ways to insert a wine cellar into your home. It’s not a particularly simple process since you need to make sure that the climate is controlled to have the right temperature and the right humidity. We're going to look at what options you have to minimise any fluctuating conditions that may cause your wines to age too quickly or the process to become compromised.
Now that we’ve been over all the nuances like building regulations and planning permissions, let’s get to the fun stuff - choosing what to remodel your old attic into and getting to design it! We’ve pulled out a few ideas of what kind of room your attic can be turned into, just to help you get your creative juices flowing.
To some people, the garage may not seem all that important. Just choose a single, two, or if you're pushing the boat out (or need to store one), a three-car garage and be done with it, right? Well, you couldn’t be more wrong. This may be enough for some people, but thoroughly planning out your garage and taking the time to design it carefully will save you a lot of hassle down the road.