The harmonious home - how to create versatile living spaces to meet all the family's needs

As a family-owned housebuilder we know better than most that no two homes or families are the same! New homes need to cater to such a diversity of families, large and small, from newborns to teenagers to grandparents and there are so many simple ways you can make your spacious new rooms work perfectly for you and your family.
Here are a few ideas for how to use the versatility of some of our most popular homes to your advantage!

Our 4-bedroom Rannoch townhouse, available at Carrongrove in Denny, includes three storeys of living space – on the ground floor a spacious open-plan kitchen, dining and living room with patio doors to the garden. The first floor includes a separate living room or family room (pictured above), which could alternatively be put to use as a fifth bedroom, or a home office!

Our 4-bedroom MacLaren home, available at Greenan Views in Doonfoot, Ayr, boasts a bright and spacious open-plan living room / dining room / kitchen as the main living space on the ground floor, plus a separate family room to the front of the home (pictured below), with a feature corner window. Why not set up this space as a playroom for the children, or alternatively add a futon to create an extra bedroom for last-minute guests?

The magnificent 5-bedroom Telford, available at Castle Grove in Newton Mearns, is another three-storey home which comprises a second-floor fifth bedroom with its own ensuite - ideal for teenagers needing their own space or older family members seeking a bit of peace and quiet.
The fifth bedroom of the beautiful Adam home, available at Lethington Gardens in Haddington, is a fantastic space running the full length of the property with Velux windows to either end, and a multitude of options – add blackout blinds to create a mini home cinema room or make the most of the natural light and create a home studio or work room.

And our stunning 5-bedroom Ferrey home at St Jude’s Meadow in Milton-under Wychwood has a fifth bedroom with double doors opening out on to the first-floor landing – a lovely space to create a peaceful reading area, library or study.

Take a look at this Pinterest page for more inspiration…..