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Farmhouse home plan with 3 bedrooms in 3289 sq. ft. shown in evening with lights on.

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This traditional Farmhouse home plan has a country porch with stone-based columns and pretty windows that mark the facade...

Just as the name suggests, Midwestern States House Plans evoke the images and visuals common to the rolling plains of the region. It is common for Midwestern States House Plans to use neutral earth tones that resemble the grain fields and sprawling landscapes of the states in which the style was born. Many Midwestern States House Plans fall into the Craftsman or Prairie style home plan, which was popularized by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright during the early decades of the 1900s. These home plans reflect a desire for simpler times, which is...
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Just as the name suggests, Midwestern States House Plans evoke the images and visuals common to the rolling plains of the region. It is common for Midwestern States House Plans to use neutral earth tones that resemble the grain fields and sprawling landscapes of the states in which the style was born. Many Midwestern States House Plans fall into the Craftsman or Prairie style home plan, which was popularized by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright during the early decades of the 1900s. These home plans reflect a desire for simpler times, which is evident through the use of continuous horizontal lines and clean, solid edges. Midwestern States House Plans are available as single-story or two-story home plans, commonly featuring a minimum of three bedrooms and two bathrooms, reflecting the abundance of open space common to Midwestern regions. As with Craftsman-style home plans, Midwestern States House Plans also place an emphasis on simple aesthetics with a traditional feel, making gables and dormers a common occurrence.

Midwestern States House Plans also frequently use natural building materials in the construction process, which can impart varying appearances. Some home plans may feature stone facades, either with real or composite materials, to create a timeless appearance, while others may use more traditional siding and roof tiling that incorporates the types of wood common in the area. Interiors of Midwestern States House Plans may include a Great Room or similar open floor plan living space, re-creating the feeling of openness that one would feel out on the prairies. Many Midwestern States House Plans also include high ceilings, frequently focusing on the main living and dining areas, well as large kitchens that can accommodate many modern luxuries and appliances.

Our Midwest house plans are popular among those living in the Midwestern U.S., including Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin

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Midwest House Plans

Farmhouse home plan with 3 bedrooms in 3289 sq. ft. shown in evening with lights on.

Just as the name suggests, Midwestern States House Plans evoke the images and visuals common to the rolling plains of the region. It is common for Midwestern States House Plans to use neutral earth tones that resemble the grain fields and sprawling landscapes of the states in which the style was born. Many Midwestern States House Plans fall into the Craftsman or Prairie style home plan, which was popularized by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright during the early decades of the 1900s. These home plans reflect a desire for simpler times, which is evident through the use of continuous horizontal lines and clean, solid edges. Midwestern States House Plans are available as single-story or two-story home plans, commonly featuring a minimum of three bedrooms and two bathrooms, reflecting the abundance of open space common to Midwestern regions. As with Craftsman-style home plans, Midwestern States House Plans also place an emphasis on simple aesthetics with a traditional feel, making gables and dormers a common occurrence.

Midwestern States House Plans also frequently use natural building materials in the construction process, which can impart varying appearances. Some home plans may feature stone facades, either with real or composite materials, to create a timeless appearance, while others may use more traditional siding and roof tiling that incorporates the types of wood common in the area. Interiors of Midwestern States House Plans may include a Great Room or similar open floor plan living space, re-creating the feeling of openness that one would feel out on the prairies. Many Midwestern States House Plans also include high ceilings, frequently focusing on the main living and dining areas, well as large kitchens that can accommodate many modern luxuries and appliances.

Our Midwest house plans are popular among those living in the Midwestern U.S., including Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin

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From the design book

Midwest Region House Plans: Uniquely American, Innovative, and Functional


TPC author Rexy Legaspi
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These Homes Embrace Structural Elegance and Simplicity of Form   Often misjudged as plain – and even boring – the Midwest Region is not only prairie lands, farms, and lakes. Among other things, the Midwest is noted for significant architectural gems from renowned trailblazers Frank Lloyd Wright and the Chicago Group, Louis Sullivan, Marion Mahony Griffin, and Ludwig Mies van Der Rohe. Greatly influenced by the Arts and Crafts Movement that decried the opulence and over-decoration of some European styles and inspir


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