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Too often homeowners think about just square feet and then realize the mistakes made when it is too late! Invest some time and money into building a house with architectural appeal.

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When I design homes, I try and create a home plan that offers architectural appeal, functionality and energy/cost efficiency.

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Here are some great house plans with Gyms inside. One of these homes was designed specifically for a lot that had a tremendous slope to it.

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With the right eye and skills, someone who understands architecture can finesse a home plan into something that is perfect. Here is one such example.

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When laying out the basement I try to place the window wells away from the porch and if possible none on the front of the home at all. This allows you to build up the grade around the front porch and have unobstructed flower beds.

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This house designer has a wide selection of beach, contemporary, modern and country home plans.

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Spanish or Mediterranean style house plans are most commonly found in warm climates where the clay tile roofs assist in keeping them cool during the hot summer months.

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his is a great Neo-Traditional or Contemporary style of floor plan. I don't care where you live, this home will accent any neighborhood with glamour and beauty.

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This passive solar house plan is a compact sun-tempered home full of the Not-So-Big-House concepts.

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We at The Plan Collection want to keep you up-to-date on the newest and most innovative plans. Just recently we added a new designer to our Plan Collection family.

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We added some great house plans of a nationally renowned home designer. In this collection is featured all sorts of house plans in all different styles and looks.

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Are you looking for the home of your dreams? This talented house designer is a new, exciting addition to The Plan Collection family. He offers an impressive selection of over 650 models

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3000 parts. That's what the typical home contains. These items make a significant difference in particular areas of the home, especially the bathroom.

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his designer creates stock home plans that bring out amazing creativity that define each home individually.

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These Canadian house plans have been designed to meet both Canadian and U.S. building code.

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One of our most decorated luxury home designers has just released a new plan. In an elegant display of classic architecture, house plan Cheverny is a graceful environment.

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Lighting is a major source of energy consumption in a residence. There are a few simple things that can reduce your dependency on the light bulb.

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A few statistics that show our potential for advancement and change through green home building today.

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A major problem discussed widely now is the urban heat bubble. Asphalt on roads, parking lots, and roofs reflect heat into the air. These are all issues that green roofs can help solve.

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One of the most fundamental ways to green up your home and save on energy bills is properly insulating your home.

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The IPCC, which reflects the findings of more than 2,000 scientists from over 100 countries, recently stated that it is 'very unlikely' that we will avoid the coming era of 'dangerous climate change.

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Greenwashing is a term used to describe overstating a products "greenness". There are two main arguments.

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It is the KISS rule wich means: Keep It Simple Stupid. Some of you may have heard this same rule and hopefully try to implement it where you can.

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Mayne, his firm Morphosis, and the media were all shocked when the Federal Building did not meet the LEED requirements.

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Heating costs are an expensive part of most of our lives, unfortunately. There are solutions to this problem. Fortunately, technology has stepped in to relieve our pain.

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This house design is full of character, charm, and a good blend of masculinity and femininity. It has a rustic nature to it that's cottage enough to be cute and craftsman enough to keep a mature, slightly rigid, architecture.

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This craftsman style house plan has some major green advantages and opportunities.

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The best green highlight of this house plan is that it uses the 2470 square feet wisely. An open floor plan keeps the materials used down.

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We added a new house designer to The Plan Collection. Each house plan seems to have a traditional style, but there is always a modern twist to make it unique.

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This is the Weston house plan - a 3,500 square foot charmer can easily accommodate almost any lifestyle

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French Country Déjà Vu: Does this house plan look familiar? Its rustic appearance and thoughtful floor plan push this home design into a different league.

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Country Living is hard to describe exactly because it is determined more by your feelings and emotions than it is by an actual physical object. But be that as it may, there is one feature that is always identified with Country Living -- the Wrap Around Porch!

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A success story that shows you just how enjoyable an adventure building your own home can be, especially if you get things started off on the right foot.

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A success story that shows you just how enjoyable an adventure building your own home can be, especially if you get things started off on the right foot.

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Country house plans are the most popular style in America. Conservative and attractive, country homes have the right balance of style and function. Here's Why.

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We recently completed an upgrade and redesign of our website at theplancollection.com. The goal was to improve the user experience and provide access to more detailed info.

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Did you know that one of the great African American architects in the United States was responsible for the concept of one of the busiest airports in the world - and also the "Architect to the Stars" - from Frank Sinatra to Zsa Zsa Gabor?

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A pioneer and inventor of the K-Brick, precursor to the concrete block, Keichline broke down barriers in the fields of architecture as well as home building and construction.

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How much do people really know about Thomas Jefferson? Of course we all know he was the third U.S. President, influential Founding Father and principal author of the Declaration of Independence. But did you know he was one of America’s first and finest architects and landscape artists?

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How much do people really know about Thomas Jefferson? Of course we all know he was the third U.S. President, influential Founding Father and principal author of the Declaration of Independence. But did you know he was one of America’s first and finest architects and landscape artists?

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So you’ve found your perfect house plan – or about to start building your home? Today’s approach to whole house design also includes thinking about how to landscape your home. We’ve identified some trends and offer tips and advice about landscape architecture and gardening. From the English landscape garden to the Public Park Movement and now modern gardens, these pioneers of sorts can offer great and often affordable ideas for your own home.

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Here are 5 tips on what to look for in Wheelchair Accessible house plans. Sometimes called Universal Design, this guide will help you in making sure your design works for you and your family.

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No, it’s not Elvis... but the triangular A-Frame house plan with its striking, dramatic and steep rooflines was taking the country by storm in the 1950s -- and it is finding plenty of fans today in it form as an affordable vacation home or mountain retreat.

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Today’s Cape Cod house plans are often much more than first meets the eye. Sure, the house designs are steeped in tradition and practicality – that’s what made them so popular for generations. But today’s Cape Cod home plans offer a certain elegance and even modernity in their floor plans design that has homeowners more excited than they have been in decades.

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With its turrets, gables and ornate trim, the “Victorian” house may be deemed as Bleak House or The House of the Seven Gables as depicted in classic literature. Quite the contrary. Perhaps the most colorful, romantic and vibrant architectural style, the “Victorian” took flight during the reign of Queen Victoria and continues to excite and delight homeowners and architecture fans today.

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Big and extravagant homes might be beautiful to admire from afar, but how many homeowners really want the mortgage payment that comes with it plus spend their nights and weekends maintaining them – or incur huge expenses to have others do so for them? Below I explore some of the advantages and comforts offered by a smaller home floor plan as well as my “Top 5 Tips” to enhance your smaller space design.

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What’s so fascinating about a colonial style house? With its roots in the 1700s, the “Colonial” exudes the warmth, charm and tradition of early American life. Perhaps the most popular and timeless architectural style in the country, the “Colonial” is the result of the imagination and culture of various European settlers. So, symbolically, it is a depiction of the once-and-future-diversity of America.

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What started as a rest house in British India became the rage in the U.S. in the early 1900s. The bungalow style defined Americans’ desire for simple house plans that were affordable and cozy. At the bungalow’s height, when manufacturing was at a boom and cities were flourishing, young families wanted a permanent home, close to town yet away from the sights, sounds, and smells of the business districts. Today, as more young Americans are drawn to putting down roots near an urban environment, the bungalow style house has experienced a reawakening among Generation X and Y.

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Perhaps the most difficult architectural design to define and describe – because it is an amalgam of several styles – try a mix of Colonial, Colonial Revival, Cape Cod, Ranch, Tudor, and Victorian – the traditional house plan is never boring or dull. Traditional homes display a casual, relaxed, homey, and friendly feel that is pure American.

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Home designs have changed considerably since the days the pilgrims settled in the New World. In case you have forgotten the history -Thanksgiving was traditionally designated as the fourth Thursday of November, a commemoration to the feast held at Plymouth in 1621 by the English colonists. Architecture today stems from the traditional A frame home design that was so popular back then. A steep A-shaped roof offers large and soaring windows while a wrap-around deck offers plenty of outdoor living space for grilling or relaxing.

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Home designs have changed considerably since the days the pilgrims settled in the New World. In case you have forgotten the history -Thanksgiving was traditionally designated as the fourth Thursday of November, a commemoration to the feast held at Plymouth in 1621 by the English colonists. Architecture today stems from the traditional A frame home design that was so popular back then. A steep A-shaped roof offers large and soaring windows while a wrap-around deck offers plenty of outdoor living space for grilling or relaxing.

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Who would have thought that the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair would catapult the Prairie Style into prominence? High expectations for fresh, new designs were dashed when European forms dominated. Change was inevitable once a group of architects led by Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright seized the moment and introduced the Prairie Style.

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In 2014, home designs will reflect changing American lifestyles. The Plan Collection highlights what its surveys suggest will be the hot trends in house plans and home remodeling for 2014.

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The kitchen is the heart of the home. So, when choosing a floor plan, the kitchen and surrounding space deserve your time and attention. What could you do to make the kitchen your dream kitchen? We explore today’s most popular kitchen design styles and kitchen floor plan layout ideas -- and how to make them work with your house plan.

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So you’re ready to go retro and shop around for a home that brings back memories of the old neighborhood. If the ‘60s and ‘70s are your style, hop on the nostalgia train and take a closer look at split-level or multi-level house plans.

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When some think of a “Southern” home, the first images that come to mind are the grand plantation style homes from Gone with the Wind, The Help and movies in between where Southern or plantation homes took center stage. Yet true Southern homes are so much more than just those stately facades. A Southern style house plan captures the spirit of Southern living in its elegance combined with comfort, warm interior design and floor plans, attractive exteriors and keenly designed landscapes that embrace the surroundings.

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More consumers are searching to purchase house plans online which is revealing the home design trends for 2014. The recovering economy, baby boomers and evolving lifestyle needs now drive trends in residential architecture. The Plan Collection's Plan #161-1042 features a gorgeous open kitchen floor plan with easy access to the living areas.

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More consumers are searching to purchase house plans online which is revealing the home design trends for 2014. The recovering economy, baby boomers and evolving lifestyle needs now drive trends in residential architecture. The Plan Collection's Plan #161-1042 features a gorgeous open kitchen floor plan with easy access to the living areas.

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Every couple of years we see some amazing technology that comes out of the home design industry. In recent years, following are some of the highlights in cool technology that is still catching up in homes nationwide. See if you are up to date with the latest stuff.

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“Less is more” when designing a dream home for an urban or dense suburban environment. With shrinking home lot sizes and a desire to decrease their ecological footprint, potential homeowners are looking at narrow lot house styles; and employing more creativity and imagination to build their homes.

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Is your home design emitting positive energy? You may not know everything about Feng Shui principles. But take heart… and follow a few tips to make sure your home is positioned to allow unrestricted flow of energy to bring balance, harmony and prosperity to your life.

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One of the topics of interest among home builders, remodelers and architects today is the proper building techniques for constructing what is being called a “high performance home.” A high performance house is designed to use about 35 percent less energy than a similar new home and about 50 percent less energy than a similar existing home.

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With the days of “bigger is better” over, people are looking for homes with smaller footprints. And fear not… there’s nothing shabby about affordable house plans, which can range from a one-story ranch to a two-story country home. These house plans can be just as stylish, appealing and luxurious as those in a posh neighborhood.

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From the sophistication of Paris apartments to the tranquility of country homes in Provence, and the quaintness of the half-timbered buildings in Normandy, French style house plans are marvelous sights. Think chateaus, rustic country farmhouses, and cottages – and you get the idea of the uniquely eclectic, romantic, and charming style of French home design. Each region in France is known for its own distinctive character – and has inspired countless homes in the United States and Canada.

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In interior home renovations and new house plans for home builders, 2014 is the year of designs with cleaner lines and more open spaces. And while some house plans for home builders feature more traditional exteriors, people are choosing modern, open concepts on the inside of the home – fewer hallways and no more small, wasted rooms.

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For most of us, Texas means rambling ranches, mission-style homes, stately mansions, and plantations. To others, it’s also the Alamo, John Wayne, the Dallas Cowboys and those feuding Ewings of Southfork. And to anyone who was raised or spent significant time here, it is also the home of quaint towns, rolling hills, creeks, and rivers. So, it should be no surprise that Texas house styles are dictated by the state’s natural landscapes and unique geographical characteristics.

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If you’re fascinated by Elizabethan England, castles and turrets, or the tranquil beauty of an English cottage and its garden, then the Tudor house plan is for you! Influenced by architectural designs of the Medieval Ages, the Tudor home design with its storybook charm has withstood the test of time.

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Many home builders are actually seeking to transform their homes and gardens into a more blissful sanctuary that embraces nature, and better health. People are tuning to nature to find joy, and this trend is spilling into home plans that embrace nature and the environment.

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One of the most beautiful and colorful house designs in the world, the Mediterranean house plan is a mix of the romantic, elegant, and exotic. Its attractive lines, courtyards, stucco walls, low-pitched roofs, arches, and columns create a bold – and yet inviting presence.

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When you think of the Hamptons, Martha’s Vineyard or Cape Cod, what architectural style comes to mind? Most likely it is the New England shingle style house plan. Its weathered, wood shingle exterior siding and often irregular floor plan give shingle style homes a warm and inviting feel – that is simply perfect for a summer day.

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Whether you dream of the Mount Vernon mansion, the house in “Driving Miss Daisy” or the home where Kevin ruled in the “Home Alone” movies, the Georgian house plan remains a classic American favorite that captures the historic, elegant, and stately.

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According to The American Society of Landscape Architects’ February 2014 survey, the latest landscape design trends Americans want their outdoor residential landscape designs to be attractive, sustainable and low maintenance, and primarily for relaxing and entertaining. The survey asked residential landscape architects in the United States to rate the “expected popularity of a variety of residential outdoor design elements.

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Described in 1991 by The New York Times as the “the enticingly titled bonus room,” the distinctly American term for an extra room can serve as a family room, play room, den, home office, guest room, or anything the homeowner desires. Here’s a look at house plans with the very popular bonus room.

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From the Arts and Crafts bungalows of the 1900s, to beachfront properties, classic ranch homes, Mediterranean and Spanish Mission designs, the row houses in San Francisco, and modern contemporary plans, California house styles are distinctly casual, comfortable and made for relaxed living.

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The courtyard style is alive and well in the 21st century. Going back as early as 2000 BC, the courtyard design seamlessly fused the outdoor space with the indoors to allow abundant light and air, while also providing a comfortable and secure home.

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An elegant and endearing part of the American architectural landscape, the country house style – with its fluid and beautifully simple outlines - has fascinated and attracted generations since it first appeared in the Southern states during the 18th and 19th centuries.

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With the Emmys right around the corner, we are seeing lots of news about the shows and stars who are up for awards. Popular television stars have some of the most extravagant homes we will ever see – from Malibu to New York City to Chicago and Miami, many U.S. cities are popular hot spots for celebrities. It is always kind of fun to take a peek at where the rich and the famous live.

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It started as a quiet ripple that gained momentum, with more and more Americans considering the advantages of tiny houses. The desire to move away from the big home and live a simpler, mortgage-free life has attracted enough of the population to make the tiny house movement a viable alternative. But, would you – and could you – live in a tiny house? A house that can range from less than 100 square feet to around 1000 square feet? That all depends on your perception of tiny living.

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The one-story home has slowly emerged as a trendy and attractive choice for a growing number of the American population. With no stairs to navigate in a one-story floor plan, people find several creative design options - including cozy Cape Cods, bungalows, ranches, artsy Craftsman, chic European, Mediterranean, comfortable Southern and country styles.

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According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a Green Home will add value to your home, help reduce energy use and energy costs, fight climate change, and help protect your health. This Web site is an umbrella site for EPA and other federal agencies on residential environmental issues. It identifies the key environmental and energy issues at hand, suggesting solution.

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Throw in a little Spanish Colonial, a dash of the Native American, terracotta roofs and arches. Voila! You get a picture of the wonderful Southwest style house plan blending into the desert landscape with its charm, warmth, and splashes of color in the interior and exterior designs.

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Each and every room in your new home plan can benefit from having beautiful windows, and there are many unique architectural window styles.

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Whether it’s a rustic cabin, a bungalow, an Arts and Crafts or Craftsman, Queen Anne, modern contemporary home, or a houseboat, the Pacific Northwest home accents the area’s natural beauty and landscapes. It’s a style where architecture doesn’t get in the way of nature.

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Say goodbye to formal living and dining rooms. Welcome to the open floor plan - a modern design where busy families gather together and interact with each other and their friends in a center of activity unobstructed by walls and boundaries.

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Get ready for modern looks that are aimed to last! As trends for the home of 2015 are starting to emerge from architects, designers, and builders, experts predict more casual entertaining, flexible family spaces, and outdoor living areas. What else can we expect in 2015? The Plan Collection reports on 10 trends likely to define the 2015 home.

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Take a short break from planning your Thanksgiving dinner, and get in the mood for some fun and fanciful home décor for the festive occasion. It doesn’t take too long to give your home a relaxing and fun-filled atmosphere that recalls the original harvest festival that was Thanksgiving.

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Remember when the bathroom was just the bathroom? It was a no frills, simple, and necessary place in the home. Not anymore. For the past several years, the bathroom—much like the kitchen—has been one of the most renovated, upgraded, and modernized spaces in a home.

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From bright, flickering lights to wreaths, mistletoe, and a traditional Christmas tree, there’s nothing like a home filled with Christmas spirit. Whether you prefer the classic and elegant or the elaborate and dramatic, here are our top 8 design ideas, room-by-room, to think about for the ideal holiday house.

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Steep hip roof, brick or stone siding, sometimes a covered front porch—these are some of the hallmarks of Acadian style, a typically Southern style that is sweeping the country. With all if its good looks and modern features, there is no reason for you not to consider it!

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The garage as we know it is more than 90 years old, and it has evolved into a number of variations. Here is a look at your options, along with guidelines on how to choose what will best suit your needs when you select your dream home plan.

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Do you still stop and think of that enchanting French country home and that lovely villa in Tuscany you saw on vacation? Now that you are ready for a new home, how about a European-style house plan that captures all the eclectic charm of European architecture that has always fascinated you?

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Finally! A home with your dream open floor plan—no more outdated layouts, traffic-blocking walls, and small rooms. What’s the next step now that you have your unobstructed, free-flowing space? Think of these helpful tips as you review, design, and create an attractive and comfortable open floor space.

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What’s next when the kids are off on their own, retirement looms, and aging parents are around? You don’t have to give up your “dream” home. Instead, imagine possibilities—like a home with an adaptable design to meet your changing needs and the different stages of your life.

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Artistic protest launched the Arts & Crafts Movement in the late 1800s. British artists like William Morris revived the use of handicrafts and natural materials in architecture. While the British spurned industrialization, American architects combined the artistic and modern in Arts and Crafts-style homes that were beautiful, decorative, and functional.

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Wide, covered porches, courtyards, windows and verandas that allow cooling breezes inside, low-pitch roofs with red clay tiles, and spacious floor plans that open to rear patios and screened-in swimming pools. The classic Florida style home blends Mediterranean, coastal and Spanish influences in its architectural design.

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Can you imagine the initial reaction when the first telephones and electric appliances were introduced in the early 1900s? Perhaps overwhelming curiosity and a little trepidation with the new household “toys”? Today, these “toys” are more advanced as technology gives everyone opportunities to adapt to 21st century changes and innovations.

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The most common type of cement used in the home building industry is white cement, which is expensive and used primarily for architectural purposes. Colored cement is mostly used for decorative flooring.

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Say hello to one of the trendiest elements in kitchen designs—the kitchen island! It’s become a treasured dream location in the home where everyone can gather to chat, eat, and yes, even work. From the vintage to the classic and ultra-modern, here’s a look at the kitchen island.

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In the midst of the 21st century’s second decade, our lifestyles lead us to open floorplan living, technology affects us in profound ways, and even our pets demand more of our attention. House designers are responding to these changes, as you can see in our latest annual list of design trends.

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Thanksgiving always has been about home – and family. What better setting to give thanks for the year’s blessings? And what better way to welcome house guests than with the fun, decorative ideas presented here? Take a closer look at 10 simple holiday decorating ideas for outside and inside the home.

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Planning to build a new home from house plans or just want a fresh decor? The new year is a great time to think about decorating! Though you may have some ideas about home design trends – what’s hot and what’s not – here’s a look at what’s definitely out in 2016.

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Planning to build a new home from house plans or just want a fresh decor? The new year is a great time to think about decorating! Though you may have some ideas about home design trends – what’s hot and what’s not – here’s a look at what’s definitely out in 2016.

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Planning to build a new home from house plans or just want a fresh decor? The new year is a great time to think about decorating! Though you may have some ideas about home design trends – what’s hot and what’s not – here’s a look at what’s definitely out in 2016.

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In the midst of designing a kitchen for a new home you’re building from house plans? Or remodeling an existing kitchen? Whatever your situation, you’ll want a state-of-the-art floor plan that fits your needs yet appeals to modern tastes. Here are the cutting-edge kitchen trends you should know.

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In the midst of designing a kitchen for a new home you’re building from house plans? Or remodeling an existing kitchen? Whatever your situation, you’ll want a state-of-the-art floor plan that fits your needs yet appeals to modern tastes. Here are the cutting-edge kitchen trends you should know.

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When your'e thinking about the decor for your new home plan, you want to think about longevity, but injecting elements of current interior trends will keep your rooms looking stylish and contemporary. Read on to discover five of the biggest interior trends of 2016.

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When your'e thinking about the decor for your new home plan, you want to think about longevity, but injecting elements of current interior trends will keep your rooms looking stylish and contemporary. Read on to discover five of the biggest interior trends of 2016.

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The wall area behind your kitchen’s countertops – the backsplash – needs to be protected from water spills and other mishaps during food preparation. But here’s your opportunity – and great ideas – to go a bit further than the functional and give your kitchen décor some pizzazz!

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While a small backyard may present a few challenges for ideal outdoor living as you build your new home plan, think of all the possibilities and the exhilarating experience in changing its look – and creating a warm, inviting, beautiful personal space. Get going with these 10 helpful ideas.

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Whether you want to entertain friends with a cookout or relax with family after a long day, a patio is one of the best ways to obtain dedicated space for outdoor fun. If you want to breathe new life into your own patio, check out these amazing tips for inspiration.

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Whether you want to entertain friends with a cookout or relax with family after a long day, a patio is one of the best ways to obtain dedicated space for outdoor fun. If you want to breathe new life into your own patio, check out these amazing tips for inspiration.

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Whether you want to entertain friends with a cookout or relax with family after a long day, a patio is one of the best ways to obtain dedicated space for outdoor fun. If you want to breathe new life into your own patio, check out these amazing tips for inspiration.

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Well-placed outdoor lighting fixtures and accents can completely transform just about any space, allowing you to achieve wide range of effects for and around your dream home. While it may seem that implementing a new outdoor lighting design is complicated, it’s actually much easier than you may think.

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Every family is unique. This is especially true when it comes to what a family needs out of the kitchen. All families – especially those building a new home – want to find a kitchen to match their lifestyle, and thankfully that is much easier than you might think.

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Building your own home may be the most exciting and rewarding endeavor you can undertake. And it all starts with the perfect home plan. But before facing tough decisions during a house plan search, you’ve got to be really truthful with yourself in answering these questions.

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A recent study from the University of Notre Dame’s School of Architecture has found that open kitchens and floor plans can increase the amount of eating you do in a day, resulting in 2–4 extra pounds per year. Here’s how to snack-proof your design and keep off the pounds.

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What if the dream kitchen you envisioned for your new home turned out to be smaller than expected? Perhaps not the best scenario – but don’t despair. Small can be beautiful and aesthetically pleasing. With a little design magic and imagination, you can create a “big-kitchen” feel in a small space.

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What if the dream kitchen you envisioned for your new home turned out to be smaller than expected? Perhaps not the best scenario – but don’t despair. Small can be beautiful and aesthetically pleasing. With a little design magic and imagination, you can create a “big-kitchen” feel in a small space.

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If you’re designing a new kitchen for your home that you want to stand the test of time and not be dated within a couple of years, we recommend going back to basics and installing an all-white kitchen

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If you’re designing a new kitchen for your home that you want to stand the test of time and not be dated within a couple of years, we recommend going back to basics and installing an all-white kitchen

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Looking for a home that makes the best possible use of space—from kitchen to master suite—to improve your quality of life? That’s what appears to be emerging as we consult architects, designers, and builders for predictions of home design trends for 2017. We report on the details.

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