Selecting the right custom home floor plan allows you to decide on the placement of your living spaces, kitchen and bedroom areas. You can adjust the floor plan to allow for optimal room flow. While picking out the right layout for your common areas, you also should decide on the number of bedrooms you will need in your custom home.You obviously want to have enough sleeping spaces for your entire family without having too many bedrooms that will go unused.
Here are some important factors to consider when deciding on the number of bedrooms to place into your custom home.
Conceptual house plan 6004 offers luxurious living with two master suites.
House plan 6004 is an executive design with an elegant European-inspired exterior. A hip roof is adorned with multiple gables and cupolas. The exterior is a mix of stone and cedar shakes and metal roof accents enhance curb-appeal. Tapered columns frame the front porch and double-doors create a grand entry.
A richly dimensional exterior brimming with special details enhances any streetscape, and distinguishes this family-friendly house plan. Incredibly open common areas are complemented by practical specialized spaces, like the library, e-space, pantry, and huge utility room. Each bedroom has an adjacent bathroom, and the master suite enjoys privacy and access to the covered porch. Columns, decorative ceilings, built-in shelves, and a screen porch with fireplace add custom elements to this remarkable Craftsman house 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, over-sized utility room, and walk-in pantry provide added functionality.
Conceptual house plan 1499 is a one-story design with thoughtful amenities.
Conceptual design 1499 is an update of The Ashleigh house plan 159 and a smaller version of Conceptual Design 1518. A shed dormer centers the roof line and metal roof accents bring contrast to the siding exterior. A front porch framed in columns welcomes company.