At Fulton Homes, we’re proud of our role in Arizona as Arizona’s largest family-owned and operated homebuilder. Our strengths come from a long commitment to quality homes designed for you, a history of giving back to our community, and neighborhoods that stand the test of time.
From choosing locations that provide easy access to other parts of the Valley to creating neighborhoods with amenities that make the space more appealing for our homeowners long after we have finished building, our goal is to build homes and neighborhoods that will be there for the long haul. We’re proud of how our developments last over time.
The Fulton Homes team works hard to ensure that our floorplans suit a variety of needs with a flexible approach so that your home can evolve as your family does. For example, our single-story homes with super-size garages allow you to find space for your child’s car. Later as empty nesters you can convert that extra space to house a hobby. Single-story homes also help to support aging in place.
Over the years we’ve determined those options that most people want in their homes and now include them as standard features. Some of the extras that help us build your ideal home include:
36″ Maple Cabinets
2″ Faux Wood Blinds throughout home
Ceiling fans in all bedrooms, dens and family rooms
18″ Ceramic Tile in Kitchens, Bathrooms and Laundry Rooms
We welcome you to visit any one of our communities. We’re proud of our selection of home designs and planned neighborhoods and we look forward to creating the home of your dreams; a home you can be proud to own.
Kitchens tend to be neutral color spaces with wood or neutral colored cabinets, neutral wood or tile floors and neutral stone counter tops. All these neutral colors can be gorgeous in the kitchen since they play off one another in both color and textures. A nice pop of color and pattern can help add a little more pizzazz to the neutral kitchen.
Stripes are a fantastic pattern for the kitchen. Stripes are a gender neutral pattern so they won’t make a kitchen, or any room, feel too feminine or masculine. They add great graphic pattern and can also be done in multiple colored stripes for a burst of color in the kitchen. White and a single color stripe creates a crisp, classic look that will work in kitchens from farmhouse to contemporary. Multicolor stripes are more lively but can also work in most kitchen styles.
Stripes can be used on curtains, valances, shades and cafe curtains in the kitchen. Striped runners, like the one seen here, make a great rug for in front of the sink or stove, or between the island and wall of cabinets. Striped tea towels and dish cloths continue the possibilities of stripes throughout the kitchen. Of course there are also striped glassware and dishes if you really love stripes.
As with any pattern you will want to monitor how many stripes you use in the kitchen. A single striped pattern is great but stripes of different sizes and colors used in a single space can make the room feel very busy.