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What is Poly-Space and Why is It More Trendy Now Than Ever?

Poly-space is a concept that we here at Arlington Designer Homes have been employing for many years. However, the need for poly-space has come into sharper focus over the past 15 months.

Poly-space is a space that has multiple uses. When we are designing projects, we talk to our clients about how their new space will be used not just today but in 5, 10 and 15 years.

Where we live, land costs are at a premium. We work to design spaces that live bigger through design solutions. You do not always need more space if the space you have is designed more efficiently. Recently, we have all scrambled to create more efficient spaces in our homes since offices, coffees hops, schools, etc. have not been viable options for our day-to-day operations. The trend of using space more efficiently is not only more cost efficient, but it is also here to stay.

At Arlington Designer Homes, we talk to our clients about their immediate needs, but we also take a deeper dive and talk to them about what their future needs might be. We strive to create poly-space for future flexibility as it applies to new homes and remodels. A playroom today could be an office tomorrow. An office today could be a first-floor master bedroom if the need were to arise.

If there is anything this past year has taught us, it’s that we cannot predict the future. However, with some planning, we can certainly be more prepared for different situations as they inevitably appear.

We build for the way you live.

Learn more about poly-space in the video below:

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