Whether you are moving into your first or tenth house you’ll always get butterflies when you open the front door. This is when you realize “This is all mine.” Your priorities are probably different when purchasing a house than they might have been several years back. Now it isn’t just for a quick profit so you can move up the housing ladder. It’s about creating a genuine home.
All your hopes and dreams are found in your home. This could be the place where you see your children grow up, where you and your spouse will grow old together and where you will entertain friends and family during the holidays. You want to create a home that is both functional and cozy, welcoming to your guests and most of all a place where you can unwind. When you see the kitchen you want to be able to imagine gathering around it laughing and celebrating, and not just a place you walk through on your way to work.
When you are designing your home so many of your hopes and dreams for the future go into it. You want it to be perfect. You want it to represent you. You’ve worked hard to have the house of your dreams and it now represents so much more than just a place to hang your hat. It can represent how you want to live your life and the plans you have for the future.
In these crazy economic times it is reassuring to come home to a true home. A place where you can get away from the chaos and feel like yourself. If you know you’re going to be staying put in the same house for a while, why not put your whole heart and soul into it.
At William S. Briggs we want to help you create a home for those lasting memories and make those hopes become a reality.
William S. Briggs, Architect, PLLC