The design process can be intimidating and overwhelming when making the decisions for your New Home. At Vitale Homes, we strive to offer enough customization of your home without making it feel overwhelming. Our Design Studio is filled with a variety of options to personalize your new home inside and out. From cabinet colors, flooring choices, countertops, to paint colors, as well as exterior options. Vitale Homes will guide you through the selection process so you can find a style that works for you, while making the process smooth as possible.
To get the most out of your design appointment here are some things to consider before your appointment:
Do your homework. Understand the choices you must make at the selection center. This will save you time and stress.
Know your style! Research online with popular social media sites. This is a great way to get ideas and inspiration and don’t forget the pictures! Visit some of our current inventory homes to see the type of materials we use. Look for the style of cabinets, carpet colors, flooring selections, exterior options, paint colors, etc. This will give you an idea what to expect at your selections appointment.
Remember some options are less expensive to upgrade during the building process than remodeling later and not to mention less of a hassle. At Vitale Homes we go above and beyond many other builders by offering a great many features as luxury included features. By saving you thousands of dollars with these options as luxury included features, you can use the money you saved towards more exciting upgrades or options for your home. Vitale Homes offers a wide variety of options for every price point. So remember to track and know your budget. Focus on what matters most to you.
Make sure you feel confident about your selections. If you have questions or need any clarifications do not be afraid to ask! Please remember many items such as windows, doors, cabinets, and roof selections, are ordered very early in the construction process to keep your home on schedule. Changing some selections while your home is being built can cause delays to the construction schedule, and result in additional cost.