This home plan has a modern Craftsman exterior that is distinctively appealing.
Double doors open into the living space where the great room, dining room, and kitchen blend together. Retreating glass doors present rear views and expand living outdoors seamlessly. This home plan’s kitchen layout promotes easy work flow and casual entertaining, and the nearby mud and utility rooms are tucked away near the garage.
This home plan uses mixed materials to create a detailed Craftsman exterior.
The great room is open to the island kitchen, and the dining room leads to a cozy screened porch with a fireplace in this home plan. Each bedroom has a walk-in closet, and the master has two. The three car garage enters across from the walk-in pantry into a mud room. The nearby utility room has outdoor access under a covered porch with this home plan.
When exploring the latest popular trends in the housing industry, homeowners sometimes overlook the style of the house itself. This is unfortunate because the type of home you build will largely set the tone for the type of interior and exterior designs that will be aesthetically optimal. “The style, or type, of house you select is the single most important thing to consider when building a home,” says Chuck Tripp of Donald A. Gardner Architects, Inc. “It is important to select a style that not only reflects your particular taste, but is also suitable to your lifestyle.” After all, functionality is a key component to effective design.
Today we are going to discuss one of the most versatile house styles: American Craftsman Home style.