Get Innovative with Custom Features

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When it comes to outfitting the interior of your home, why not create something that is uniquely yours with completely custom features? These can range from permanent items like cabinets, bathroom vanities, or sinks; or by creating one of a kind decorative pieces like light fixtures, coffee tables, headboards, nightstands, or bookshelves.

Get innovative with your style, here are some ideas that are bound to inspire you.

TaC studios, modern residence in Atlanta, Georgia(Via TaC studios, architects)

If you’re just getting started, get your feet wet by creating a one-of-a-kind light fixture, like these homeowners did with branches from their backyard, wiring and Edison Bulbs.

Castleberry Hill Loft(Via Living2Design)

If you’re a collector like me, reuse something you already have on hand. I like how antique windows were used as a partition in this urban space.

Jane Kim Design(Via Jane Kim Design)

While this breathtaking bathroom is completed with a vintage copper window that has be redone as a vanity mirror.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #kitchen #bath #customfeatures #custombuilt #customhouse(Via Selle Valley Construction)

Another way to branch out is to get inventive in the bathroom. I love the non-traditional look of this bathroom vanity. Here the owner opted for transforming a metal utility rack instead of wood cabinets, giving a nod to the industrial theme of the space.

Waterfront House(Via from [in] form, LLC)

Or, think outside the box and install typical elements in a non-traditional style, like this sink on top of the counter.

@CaesarstoneUS #Caesarstone #quartz #kitchen #bath #customfeatures #custombuilt #customhouse(Via Selle Valley Construction)

If you think barn door hardware is just for barn doors think again, these homeowners created sliding bi-pass mirrors in their master bath that slide to either side to reveal recessed medicine cabinets. With so many different ways to get creative, what will your home’s custom feature be?

 

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Jesse is a full time project coordinator for residential custom home builder, Selle Valley Construction (http://sellevalley.com/), in Northern Idaho where she manages the construction schedule and dabbles in design work. After graduating from Saint Mary’s College of California with a B.A. in English, Jesse moved to NW Montana where her passion for building and interior design blossomed. She also has an extensive background in marketing, social media management, writing, and non-profit work. When she’s not managing construction projects or writing she can be found curled up with a book or out exploring the mountains.