Apex, North Carolina is a family town with tons of suburban development and open land, making it the perfect spot for these luxurious houses that embrace the modern home design look. The open floor plans of 3,000+ square feet allow each room to flow smoothly into the next, and the high ceilings create the feeling of a huge space. The model features elegant slate gray flooring, which balances out well with their choice of yellow, pale gray, white, and blue accent colors. The yellow makes the home feel warmer, which can sometimes be a missing factor in homes styled in a modern way, but these homes definitely feel homey and comfortable with the color palette chosen.
Another great modern feature of these homes are the different varieties of lighting fixtures for every room. Say goodbye to boring overhead lighting, and hello to funky pendant lighting, cool wall sconces, and of course, tons of natural light to fill up the home. The kitchen features a huge island that has space for seating, and a gourmet kitchen that’s classic and timeless, with double ovens and gorgeous, dark cabinetry. The backsplash is pale gray and shiny, upping the modernity in this classically designed space and giving it a little more edge.
Colvin Park balances out the modern homes with the gorgeous, natural area all around the community. Most homesites are wooded, and the community features a 15-acre lake, views of which are absolutely breathtaking. You may choose from floor plans with 4-5 bedrooms, 2.5-3.5 baths, or even a basement or crawl space plan, all priced from the low $300s to the low $400s. If you’d prefer a first floor master suite, that option is available to home buyers as well. Anything you need or could want out of this gorgeous, trendy community is already at your fingertips.
One of the trendiest features of this home is in the master bathroom, where the oft-requested freestanding tub sits underneath a window, providing the perfect view for a morning bath. Double vanities provide ample amounts of space and storage as well. The light palette works well in the master bath, with the natural light giving the room great brightness and the choice of gray tile, beige walls, and light granite countertops combining to complete the natural, pale look. When choosing your decorative pieces to adorn your modern home, try metal materials (for frames, vases, mirrors, etc) or bright colors to stand out against a neutral background.