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Whether you’re buying or building, Toronto has one of the hottest real estate markets in the world. It’s a known fact that you’ll have the shell out big bucks in order to purchase property in the GTA. Even though COVID-19 has impacted prices some, the real estate market is still thriving.   The Greater Toronto...
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There’s something breathtaking about a grand two-story foyer or a vast living room with high ceilings. Higher ceilings have tons of benefits, like making a home feel lighter and bigger. However, many people who opt for two-story rooms in their custom home begin to regret the decision when it comes time to decorate. Decorating tall...
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Should You Build a Trendy or a Timeless Custom Home?- Sina Architectural Design
  Home design, like many other things, goes through trends and fads. One season one color or material may be extremely popular and sought after, and the next it may be obsolete and dated. This poses a challenge for clients building custom homes. Should you embrace what’s popular and bold now or go the safer...
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Best Time to Build a Toronto Custom Home- Sina Architectural Design
  Building a custom home is a long process, one that starts before construction even begins. It’s not uncommon for people to spend years picking the perfect lot and designing the layout before even breaking ground. Preparation is key, but once that’s done you may be wondering when’s the best time to actually start building?...
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  New year, new home.   The new year is a great time to give your custom home a refresh. Paint is such a simple way to introduce new life into a space. It’s quick, cheap, and effective! It’s amazing how a fresh coat of paint can transform a space. But choosing what new color...
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The Symbolism of a Red Front Door- Sina Architectural Design
A colorful front door is one of the easiest and most effective ways people can update their home and boost curb appeal. But did you know that red front doors have cultural significance in many countries? The color red is full of symbolism. The color is associated with strong emotions on both sides, from love...
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5 Ways to Update Old Brick- Sina Architectural Design
  Bricks have been used on homes for centuries. It’s a classic building material that can withstand the test of time. But just because it survives a long time doesn’t mean it remains nice looking. Whether it’s a brick exterior or a brick fireplace, sometimes a little update can make a big difference. Here are...
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Most Common Reasons for Custom Home Building Delays- Sina Architectural Design
  Whenever we start working with a new client, especially one that has never built a custom home before, we always warn them that delays will happen. Delays are so common in construction it’s actually rare not to have at least one. As frustrating as delays are, they typically can’t be avoided. Delays happen for...
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5 Things to Never Skimp on When Building Your Toronto Home- Sina Architectural Design
  Building a custom home, especially in the Greater Toronto Area, can be expensive. If you’re looking for ways to keep costs down or stay within your budget, there are certain places that costs can be cut. Custom home builders usually recommend purchasing less expensive items that can easily be upgraded later on like lighting...
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Understanding Architectural Design: Victorian Homes- Sina Architectural Design
  If we had to pick the most polarizing architectural style for homes it would have to be Victorians. Victorians homes are extremely distinguishable, but its old-world feel is either loved or hated. When people hear “Victorian” they typically picture a dollhouse with detailed trim and bright colors, and this image isn’t wrong although not...
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