This two-story Craftsman design is wrapped in cedar shakes and metal and timber accents give a rustic appearance. The master bedroom enjoys privacy on the first floor while two additional bedrooms have abundant space upstairs with a shared bathroom. The kitchen offers front facing views while the great room looks out in three directions. Rear porches included a screened porch with fireplace.
House Plan on the Drawing Board 1461 is a two-story design with a media room on the second floor!
Conceptual House Plan 1461:
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This Urban Farmhouse exterior mixes vertical and horizontal siding and is highlighted with metal roof accents and an exposed stone chimney. This house plan features multiple gables that create instant curb-appeal and a front entry garage works well for narrower lots.
As you consider options for building a house, you may find yourself veering away from a small house plan because you fear that you won’t have enough room. Images of the popular tiny houses that try to cram everything into less than 300 square feet may make you feel leery of even looking for small designs. However, the reality is that what is considered a “small house plan” may surprise you. Here’s what you need to know about small homes.
This Craftsman design features a stone and shakes exterior adorned with arches, tapered columns, and decorative wooden brackets. Designed for sloping lots, this hillside-walkout enjoys entertainment and leisure spaces on two levels. Each bedroom enjoys a full, private bathroom. Open living spaces, a luxury screened porch, a walk-in pantry, and a spacious utility room reflect a modern lifestyle.
In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day and Pantone’s color of the year, Greenery, we have gathered a collection of home design photography with green hues! “A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings”.
According to Pantone, greenery is nature’s neutral. Incorporate greenery as an exterior home plan accent color on trim or gables. Deeper shades of green combined with earthy tones creates a house plan that blends with its natural surroundings. Inside your home plan, use different shades and intensities of green to create a diverse style that is serene and inviting.
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