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A house plan with a loft is a great way to capitalize on every inch of square footage in a home. Lofts are open spaces located on the second floor of a home. They are often closed in with 2–3 walls but some of the area of a loft is open to either the downstairs or other rooms upstairs.

Lofts can be very fun and whimsical, depending on their usage, but one of the reasons lofts are popular is because they are so versatile! They can be used as a home office, an exercise space, kids’ playroom or study area, game room, guest space, art studio, or any other space that fits...
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A house plan with a loft is a great way to capitalize on every inch of square footage in a home. Lofts are open spaces located on the second floor of a home. They are often closed in with 2–3 walls but some of the area of a loft is open to either the downstairs or other rooms upstairs.

Lofts can be very fun and whimsical, depending on their usage, but one of the reasons lofts are popular is because they are so versatile! They can be used as a home office, an exercise space, kids’ playroom or study area, game room, guest space, art studio, or any other space that fits your family’s needs.

 

Home Designs Where Loft Space is Common

Lofts are found in all different styles of homes, from Craftsman to Modern to A-Frames, but often when thinking about loft space, we think of small or vacation homes or cabins where utilizing every bit of space is important. These small homes rely on creativity when it comes to living space and the flexibility of a loft is the perfect answer. Plus, the open concept of a loft provides a feeling of spaciousness, which can help a smaller home feel much larger.

Today, lofts are more common in newer home plans designed for growing families. As newer homes often have an open floor plan, the loft creates a separate and distinct space away from the bustle of activity on the main floor. In these designs, the loft is typically an area for the kids to gather and have access to technology — from laptops for online learning and group study to video games with friends.

Still not sure if a house plan with a loft is for you? Browse our selection to see if these homes will fit your needs. The plans come in all different styles and sizes to fit everyone’s budget and taste. So what are you waiting for? Start searching now to find the loft floor plan that you love!

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Home Plans with Loft Space

A house plan with a loft is a great way to capitalize on every inch of square footage in a home. Lofts are open spaces located on the second floor of a home. They are often closed in with 2–3 walls but some of the area of a loft is open to either the downstairs or other rooms upstairs.

Lofts can be very fun and whimsical, depending on their usage, but one of the reasons lofts ar... Read More

A house plan with a loft is a great way to capitalize on every inch of square footage in a home. Lofts are open spaces located on the second floor of a home. They are often closed in with 2–3 walls but some of the area of a loft is open to either the downstairs or other rooms upstairs.

Lofts can be very fun and whimsical, depending on their usage, but one of the reasons lofts are popular is because they are so versatile! They can be used as a home office, an exercise space, kids’ playroom or study area, game room, guest space, art studio, or any other space that fits your family’s needs.

 

Home Designs Where Loft Space is Common

Lofts are found in all different styles of homes, from Craftsman to Modern to A-Frames, but often when thinking about loft space, we think of small or vacation homes or cabins where utilizing every bit of space is important. These small homes rely on creativity when it comes to living space and the flexibility of a loft is the perfect answer. Plus, the open concept of a loft provides a feeling of spaciousness, which can help a smaller home feel much larger.

Today, lofts are more common in newer home plans designed for growing families. As newer homes often have an open floor plan, the loft creates a separate and distinct space away from the bustle of activity on the main floor. In these designs, the loft is typically an area for the kids to gather and have access to technology — from laptops for online learning and group study to video games with friends.

Still not sure if a house plan with a loft is for you? Browse our selection to see if these homes will fit your needs. The plans come in all different styles and sizes to fit everyone’s budget and taste. So what are you waiting for? Start searching now to find the loft floor plan that you love!

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