7 THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE BUILDING YOUR DREAM HOME

What You Need To Know Before Building Your Dream Home

Follow these tips before building your dream home plan.

The Silvergate 1254-D

Are you considering tackling the job of building your own dream home? In many ways, this is the only way to get exactly what you want and need out of a home; and when the process is over, you will end up with a new space that perfectly matches your dream. Yet if you’ve never worked through the home-building process before, you may feel a little overwhelmed. Here are some tips on what to expect and how you can be an active participant in the exciting process of building your dream home.

HOME PLAN 1426 – NOW AVAILABLE!

NOW AVAILABLE!

The Anna – Home Plan 1426

Rustic details compliment this efficiently designed home plan. The open floor plan lives large and the kitchen enjoys front views and a spacious walk-in pantry. Outdoor living is abundant with a screened porch with fireplace, an open porch, and a patio with spa. The master suite offers private access to the rear screened porch. An additional bedroom, study, and full bath round out the floor plan.

Check out the front rendering for home plan 1426.

3 beds, 2 baths, 1729 sq ft.

Home Design: Redwood for your Outdoor Spaces

For a greener yard, start with Redwood for your Outdoor Spaces

By Jessica Hewitt, Humboldt Redwood Company

Today’s homeowners devote as much attention to the design plans for their outdoor spaces as they do to creating the interior spaces that make their homes a true reflection of their lives. Much more than a desire for greater curb appeal, a well-designed outdoor space is an investment that provides immediate enjoyment in addition to boosting the home’s overall resale value.

Design your outdoor spaces with redwood.

The Cedar Ridge 1125-D

Home Plan 1442 | Country Charmer

New Home Plan on the Drawing Board 1442 features a wrap-around Country front porch!

Front elevation of conceptual home plan 1442.

Conceptual Home Plan 1442

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Conceptual home plan 1442 is an update to The Trotterville 984. The charming exterior remains, with a center gable accented with a sloping roof-line, a front facing dormer, and a column lined, wrap-around front porch.

Choosing Between A Formal Dining Room & Single Dining Area

Formal Dining Room Vs.  Single Dining Area: Which Is Right For You?

Dining room of The Travis 1350

The Travis 1350

Most people today, when they think of a modern home, think of an open floor plan, the popular home design where the kitchen opens through full or partial walls to the dining and living areas. Open layouts allow both eating and cooking to take place in the same space. They are conducive to conversation during meal prep, multiple cooks in the kitchen and, often, a more casual feel in the home.