Flexibility of your home design is a new imperative nowadays, and Marcus Hiles says that homes are now being built using techniques, which allow for spacious open floor layouts and adjustable flats that can easily be changed depending on the needs of growing families. Implied spaces, which create an illusion of space using three- or even two-dimensional surfaces with paintings created on ceilings or floors, is a new powerful tool for making interiors look visibly larger while avoiding multiple walls. Breaking through old traditions and making positive changes is what cutting-edge design is all about: larger windows allow for more natural light and certainly replace walls, while connecting the indoors and the outside world. For homes to be more comfortable, they are now appointed with amenities that include but are not limited to fitness areas, hot tubs, and spas, which makes relaxation an easily reachable pleasure right inside your house. And as cooking healthy meals at home has become more popular, so have kitchens: with restaurant-like décor and supply, kitchens are typically allocated additional overall square footage and have become the core component of the household, winning over dining and living rooms as the place where families gather to spend quality time and eat together.