It turns out the key to happiness and the key to your front door is one in the same. Latest findings point to the well designed home as a significant factor in leading your best life. Home should be a sanctuary of self-care, and the team at Lowell Custom Homes has a few ideas to help you make that happen.
Time is the greatest luxury
Most of our leisure time is fragmented by interruptions from an email, text, or simply caring for others. Since you cannot make more time, it makes sense to make the most of it. That’s where the homes from Lowell excel. Their forward thinking floorplans and distinctive features conserve your time and energy. Known for interiors that weave spaces together seamlessly, our homes will help you move efficiently throughout the day.
You Had Us At Hello
Nothing invites happiness like a well designed entry. From landscaping to architectural details, this is where the journey begins. Our video explains the artistry behind the entry doors in this show-stopping home, with Lulu Belle and Tucker extending a warm welcome.
You cannot make more time, but “time deepening” will make the most of what you have. Face-to-face interactions are an essential part of happiness. A home that supports togetherness can be more rewarding than screen time. We love open floor plans were the kitchen is at the heart of the home. When the layout is spacious and the appliances are luxurious, the kitchen becomes an ideal place for multitasking and gathering.
The den can be another favorite setting for togetherness. This room wraps you in the warmth of knotty alder with its architectural barrel vault ceiling for an intimate cocoon.
Enjoy the Journey
A recommended approach to happiness is to decelerate and enjoy the ride. Home design should accommodate a variety of interests with space to rejuvenate. We think you’ll enjoy a tour of the specialty areas in this newly completed Lake Geneva area home.
A potting shed created with reclaimed materials from Heritage Beam & Board
The workout room is located on the main floor for top of mind awareness.
A master bath exudes luxury with the positive energy from copper finishes.
The conservatory is a natural retreat for the avid gardener, this one is from Minnesota’s Conservatory Craftsmen
We are reminded of the great satisfaction of having guests when we browse the entertainment areas of this home. A nautical themed bunk and bath is perfect for Lake Geneva weekends. To see more of our favorite bunk rooms click here. And for tips on caring for your guests click here.
Even the tiniest guest receives a special place for precious overnight visits.
Did we leave anything out of this remarkable home? Oh yes, the wine cellar and sauna!
Now we’re talking happiness!
The home in this blog was featured on an interview with Todays Builder Television Show where builder Scott Lowell explains his “old-school” building methods that maintain the highest quality. Take a peek . . .
We believe in homes that are built to save you time, encourage togetherness and provide lasting contentment. We invite you to read the reviews from our happy homeowners right here.
Lowell Custom Homes
Photography by S. Photography & Styling – Shanna Wolf