Moving into a newly constructed home in Idaho can be a little overwhelming. Everything is freshly painted and new. You may be tempted to throw out everything you own and buy all new furniture for your fresh new home. You might even worry about those dings or scratches you create as you are moving in. We want you to take a d e e p breath, relax and enjoy your move-in day. When you accidently bump your walls moving boxes and furniture into your home, grab the touch-up kit we leave behind in the pantry of every new home. We provide you with all the paint colors we used on your home. As you begin to live in your home, learn to embrace the imperfections you create just by using your home.
Lars Hansen, President of Brighton Homes, would like to introduce the Wabi-Sabi concept to help you feel at peace upon moving into your new home. Wabi-Sabi is an ancient Japanese principle that suggests finding the joy in imperfection. So instead of wondering if your grandmother’s old china hutch will match your new home, embrace the old and bring your family heirloom in with confidence. Our Brighton homes are designed with timeless aesthetics that will compliment all of your family heirlooms. Don’t be afraid to bring in wood furniture that may not be an exact match to the wood finishes in your home. You will be surprised how well they can fit into your new space. And, embrace the little imperfections that develop over time from living in your home – they are just part of your new journey and memories you will make in your new home.
To read more about Wabi-Sabi, click HERE!
Last but not least, WELCOME HOME!
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