Bost Custom Homes Blog

The Lodge at Avalaire – Vendor Spotlight #3: The Kitchen

Written by: Evan Bost    July 24th, 2018    trends, Avalaire, architecture, entertaining at home, Parade of Homes, Design/Build    No Comments

Upon turning the corner of the formal sitting room toward the great room of The Lodge, a vast open area draws you in with a sense of soft modern grandeur. Made possible by a web of steel beams and engineered I-joists, this inviting space is anchored by a chef’s grade kitchen with complete openness to…

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Seeing is Believing: 3D Drawings and Renderings

Written by: Evan Bost    July 18th, 2017    Home Design and Decor Mag Editorial, Virtual Reality, architecture, technology, Design/Build    No Comments

Our brains, although incomprehensibly complex and powerful, are not particularly adept at visualizing three dimensional spaces before seeing them. Reasonably so, as visual processing accounts for two-thirds of the electrical activity in the brain. Whether it’s translating from a map to the streets or from a construction plan to a house, most of us must…

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Repost: The Shift from “Downsizing” to “Rightsizing”

Written by: Evan Bost    May 30th, 2017    Avalaire, custom homes, Design/Build    No Comments

With the current seller’s market and home inventory at an all-time low, there is no better time than now to consider building your fully-custom dream home. Let the elegance of Avalaire, home to the Triangle’s newest premier destination for luxury living, inspire you to build the home that is perfectly constructed to match your family’s lifestyle….

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Major Makeover Melds Old & New

Written by: Bost Homes    February 19th, 1999    Remodel, Design/Build    No Comments

Design/Build, By Paula Doyle From its modest beginnings as a tobacco barn, the Bost Residence in Wendell, North Carolina has come a long way, baby. The 3,200 sq.ft. custom home is the final metamorphosis of the original building: a 780 sq.ft. semi-domesticated barn. When owner/builder Rex Bost took up residence in the two-story building some years…

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