Framing is well under way. This stage of the process will require a job site walk-through with the Interior Designer, Framer, and Michael Allen Monk to come together to discuss and address changes, if any, that will be needed. For example, the kitchen opens into the Living Room and the arched walls that separate the two are discussed making sure they meet the design expectations of the Interior Designer and homeowner. This also is a critical time to discuss support beam placement and roof design to ensure an architecturally pleasing and structurally sound roof. The height of the vaulted ceilings, both interior and exterior is discussed to ensure proper ceiling height placement. This stage of building process is so exciting for the homeowners. They actually get to walk through their home, see actual walls in place, and start to see their dream taking shape!
.It is amazing how quickly a home takes shape! Framing has begun and it is remarkable that by the end of the first day the dream is becoming a reality. Our framing subcontractor, Scott Vaughn Framers is doing an excellent job and has been working hard to meet the demands of all the architectural features this home will have. Our “Journey Home” is unique in the fact it is filled with incredible architectural details such as custom designed tray ceilings, gorgeous barrel vaults, unique roof lines, and many other details that take shape during the framing stage. This home is definitely in a league of its own, with its custom features that will set this home apart. Our Interior Designer Stacey Jordan, ASID with I.E. Designs and our Plan Designer Joy Brown have worked closely with the clients to design a home that will meet their design expectations and their needs as homeowners.
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