Hygge Supply doesn’t want you to call their homes prefab. They prefer the more distinct “kit description”. The first kit homes were actually sold by Sears form 1908-1930. In fact, during that period over 70,000 of those homes were ordered from a catalog. Hygge wants to reinvent that approach to ordering and building homes. Basically, all of the materials and finishes are pre-selected and shipped to the build site. Then end result is a home with a modernist aesthetic and unmatched craftsmanship.
A great example of one of these homes is the Chetcuti/Anderson X Hygge Supply ($Call). The three bedroom three bath home is located in Northport, Michigan and is a great representation of the companies ethos. The exterior of the home is composed of metal panels painted with deep tones broken up by expanses of floor-to-ceiling windows. The exterior of the house was made to be as maintenance free as possible. Just spray off once a year and you’re good to go.
Every part of the interior of the home is treated like a piece of furniture, even the kitchen cabinets, and finishes. All of the lighting, paint colors and cabinets are picked to match perfectly. And all materials are of the best quality.
A three bedroom three bath Hygge Supply homes run about $252,000. That doesn’t include the land.