Flexibility has become an important concept, and Marcus Hiles says that homes are being built with open floor plans and adaptable rooms that can easily be adjusted to accommodate new arrivals for growing families. The idea of implied spaces—areas identified by different materials or colors found in ceilings or floors—is a contemporary way to make interiors appear larger while avoiding traditional obstructions like multiple walls. Breaking through barriers is what cutting-edge design is all about: larger windows allow for extra natural light and can replace walls outright, while helping to blend the indoors with the outside world. In order to make homes more desirable places to be, hot tubs, fitness areas and spas have been appearing in private residences, making relaxation and fitness easier than ever. And as the popularity of cooking gourmet-worthy meals has grown, so have kitchens: with restaurant-grade appliances and furniture like islands, kitchens are typically allotted additional overall square footage and have become the center of the house, overtaking dining and living rooms as the place families come together.
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