There is a certain magic to the Farmhouse style that creates a feel of comfort that is both formal and informal, luxurious and common at the same time.
This Prairie style house plan follows the principles used by many famous architects including Frank Lloyd Wright. It came to be known as Prairie Style.
This Spanish-Tuscan house plan features a breathtaking exterior and dramatic entrance. The home enjoys a spacious interior with the conveniences to make everyday a get-away.
Perhaps the most classic culinary setting is the Country Kitchen. This style graces the entire nation and is deeply rooted in history.
This house seems as though it was hewn from the mountain side with its rock base and wood finish. The exposed rough cut beams unite it with the landscape.
In Park City, the buildings seem to grow with the trees, as living organisms. How appropriate. I felt it quite symbolic of the activity and energy that flows from our own lives. This organic design was inspiring. In honor of that experience, I began a search for designs that feature rustic characteristic, similar to those I found in Park City. There are two styles that specialize in organic design, and are found all over our favorite mountain cities. They are Log Homes, and Craftsman Homes.
This floor plan is the perfect solution for any family that wants to provide a separate living space or bedroom suite for a guest or parent within their home.
Our editor goes through the pros and cons of this contemporary take on the country house plan.
Looking for a house plan that is small, simple, and economical? Here are key factors in creating a comfortable, enjoyable dwelling, while optimizing the price tag.
A second master bedroom for some and a completely separate apartment for others. Home plans that will meet your needs and your parents’ needs.