About You & Your Dream Home

Creating the plans for your dream home or space can be intimidating, but Anderson Leonarkis Construction is here to help. One of the steps to creating your new living space is understanding what is important to your lifestyle and what function the space should have. To make the decision process easier in determining the layout and function of your dream space, we have created a lifestyle quiz.

Take a few minutes to answer these questions which will give us and you an idea of what is in important to you in your dream home or newly renovated space.


Entertaining Spaces

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You will find that you need more space for entertaining guests. Plans with a more entertaining atmosphere include formal living spaces such as defined dining rooms or sitting rooms, even movie theatre rooms. Or you may find a more informal or open living space for guests to flow from a kitchen with a snack bar to a living or den area for playing cards or watching the game. You may want a more defined outdoor space for entertaining and hosting a grill out or pool party.

Stress- Free Zones

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If your home is a place to de-stress and relax, you may appreciate a home with personal getaways like a library nook, a privately located master bedroom suite, walk in showers or whirlpool baths in an extended bathroom, or even a quiet private porch or craft room. Maybe just having split vanities in the bathroom for individual space, a mud room to keep all the dirt in one generalized area or place to dry off the dogs, a drop zone for keys, bags, and a charging station would be just enough to keep you worry free when you walk in the door.

Storage Areas

If you never have enough closet space or room in the cupboards, then maybe you would prefer a home with extra storage capacity in the garage, laundry room, or kitchen. A storage friendly design can incorporate extra linen closets, over-sized bedroom closets or additional unfinished areas for storage like an attic or basement.

Multi-use Spaces

Spaces and homes with multiple uses offer flexible living for unique situations such as combining several rooms to create an in-law suite or boomerang kid loft. You can incorporate home offices and/or homeschool rooms to be separate and allow for greater concentration in one’s work. Flexible living may include specific rooms for just music, sewing, or spaces that can change with time from one activity to another like a kid’s play room to an adult craft room.


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