Are you’re ready to build your forever home, but aren’t quite sure where to start? You know you want a spacious 2-storey home, for you and your partner or to grow with your family. You just don’t know if you should build from scratch or choose a design off the plan? You have questions about building, but don’t know where to find the answers.
At InVogue, we know that making decisions around your dream home can be tough. There are many different aspects to think about when deciding on the right design and build approach for your new home. To help you get started we’ve compared off the plan homes and custom designed homes to help you decide what’s best for you.
So, building a home ‘off the plan’ means choosing a standard home design and building ‘as is’.
If you are considering building your new home off the plan, ensure you have a clear idea of what you are looking for in a floorplan, this will help you narrow down the designs. Sit down and brainstorm your ideal home elements, consider your realistic budget, and establish your core wants and needs.
Building off the plan with InVogue doesn’t mean that every single aspect of your chosen design will be pre-decided. You’re still able to make minor changes to the floor plan and can collaborate to work in preferred colour schemes, design elements, and finishes when it comes to kitchens, bathrooms and living zones.
At InVogue we have 100+ 2-storey designs between $300k-$400k for you to choose from, and our off the plan homes. We understand the need for flexibility and compromise, and our designers can work with you to turn your off the plan choice into your unique dream home, while keeping the basic structure of the original home design.
Custom home design is just as it sounds: your new home, designed in collaboration with a designer and builder. This process is for those who have a clear vision in mind for their new home that doesn’t fit with an off the plan design, and are dedicated to having a hand in personalising their new home plans. At InVogue we have decades of experience working with new homeowners to bring their vision to life. Maybe a resort-style ensuite is your must-have, or maybe your heart’s desire is a master chef kitchen, or you might just want a unique elevation, maybe you want to have it all, and you can. A custom design can take your wishlist and budget into account to deliver a home that is simply spectacular.
The experienced design team at InVogue are on hand to work closely together with you on creating a vision for your new home. Whether you have a big block, small block, or are looking to build a narrow lot home – and whether you are building an investment property, first home, or family sanctuary, we have your needs in mind. The beauty of custom home design is that your home is in your hands.
InVogue have a wide range of designs for those who want to build off the plan, and an award-winning team of designers for new home builders who want to customise their design or build from scratch.
Get in touch with the team today for obligation-free advice on 9202 9202, or head to our contact page to touch base.
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