House Plan 1471 has been named The Pruitt!


This house plan has been selected for completion and will be available for purchase soon. See how the original sketches compare to the design in progress, and leave your comments at the bottom of the page!

Check out the front rendering of The Pruitt house plan 1471.

2482 sq ft, 3 beds, 2.5 baths

This modern ranch is wrapped in stone and cedar shakes and a low-profile roof is topped with a unique clerestory dormer. Statement columns create a stunning entry, along with French doors that open to storage closets on each side. Modern and open, the great room and dining room are combined, and clerestory windows, to the front and rear, flood this space with natural light. Skylights in two bedrooms and above the screened porch truly brighten this home. The kitchen overlooks the living spaces and a bar and pantry are nearby. A side porch provides entry to the two-car garage and multiple storage spaces are available. The master suite is private with sliding doors that open to a rear patio and the master bathroom and walk-in closet are designed with couples in mind. Two additional bedroom each have a walk-in closet and share a luxury Jack-and-Jill bathroom.


A 360° exterior view of The Oliver home plan!

A 360° exterior view of The Oliver home plan! 

This Craftsman design offers copious curb-appeal with an angled garage, decorative gables adorned with timber wood accents, a shed dormer, and a column-framed front porch. This floor plans thoughtful layout maximizes its square footage. The kitchen cooktop-island overlooks the great room and the spaces share a cathedral ceiling. A luxury screened porch enjoys a fireplace for year-round enjoyment and is topped with a cathedral ceiling and skylights. The master suite enjoys privacy at the rear of the home and opens to a relaxing porch. A mud room, oversized utility room, and walk-in pantry provide added functionality.

Tips For Moving Into A Newly Built House

Tips For Moving Into Your Newly Built House

Buying and moving into a newly built house is an exciting experience. It can feel like your home is a blank canvas awaiting your personal touch, and for good reason. After all, you are the first person to make a mark on the space. As you anticipate the big day, keep in mind these tips for moving into a new build.

Tips for moving into your newly built house.

The Newcastle Plan 994


The Decorating Trends You Should Expect In 2018

The Home Design Co. interviewed top interior designers to see which decorating trends they plan to leave in 2017 and what they are excited to utilize going into the new year. Ultimately, the most important part of interior design is being true to your personal style. Current trends may introduce you to styles you didn’t know about, and maybe you’ll love them. But unless they make you happy, there’s really no point to being on-trend. Let’s take a look at what the experts are saying is in and what’s out for 2018. Do you agree?

Say goodbye to reclaimed wood, and hello to curved furniture

Okay, not really goodbye. The rustic look isn’t going anywhere and neither is reclaimed wood. But it’s been overdone a bit in recent years so it may be time to scale back and focus on intentional pieces.

Making a comeback is soft fabrics and curved edges. Vintage style furniture is in with velvet fabrics in saturated colors and furniture pieces with curved, instead of hard, edges.

The Decorating Trends You Should Expect In 2018

The Birchwood Plan 1239

Builder: Abernathy Custom Homes