High Style, Big Impact: Kitchens + Baths of The New American Home 2019

The kitchens and bathrooms of this year's home perfectly balance luxury and efficiency, plus they’re really cool

By Rich Binsacca, Editor-in-Chief / Photography by Jeffrey A. Davis | February 28, 2019
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The main kitchen provides a hub for entertaining, with two islands featuring ample prep space, appliances, and seating. (Photos: Jeffrey A. Davis)

The National Association of Home Builders’ 35th annual New American Home, an 8,200-square-foot custom spec house in the south hills of the Las Vegas Valley designed and built by Sun West Custom Homes, melds luxury-level comfort with convenience and efficiency—traits evident in the home’s kitchens and baths. While each space is unique in its experience, common threads run through the designs: surface selections, bold colors, ample space and storage, and an “architecture-as-art” flair—a favorite tactic of designer and Sun West Custom Homes president Dan Coletti. 

This is the third in a series about The New American Home 2019. Previous coverage was included in our January and February 2019 issues of Pro Builder. 

 

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A long, dual vanity anchors the owner’s suite bathroom, which also includes a glass-enclosed shower in the center of the room and a walk-through closet and dressing area, both glimpsed in the vanity mirror. 

 

Click on the image gallery below to see images and details of the project.

 

Project Details

The New American Home program is a partnership between NAHB’s Leading Suppliers Council and Professional Builder magazine / SGC Horizon. 

Location: Ascaya, Henderson, Nev.

Lot size: 0.54 acres

Total living area (one level): 8,200 square feet 

Bedrooms:

Bathrooms: 5 ½

Designer, builder, interior designer: Sun West Custom Homes, Las Vegas

Landscape designer: Vangson Consulting, Las Vegas

Building performance consultant: Two Trails, Parrish, Fla.

 

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Editor-in-Chief

Rich Binsacca is Professional Builder’s editor-in-chief. He has served as an editor and frequent contributor to several housing and building construction-related print and online publications, and has reported and written about all aspects of the industry since 1987.

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