Described as the new market “sweet spot,” the three-bedroom plan is changing the face of the residential architecture and giving families what they want in a home: something stylish, practical, and well-built. Join us as we take a closer look at the versatility of 3-bedroom house plans.
From low-slung Prairie to classic Farmhouse, iconic Craftsman, beautiful Arts and Crafts, and minimalist Modern styles, Midwest house plans embrace simplicity and elegance with the use of horizontal lines and clean, solid edges. In this article, we look at the features, influences, and history of Midwest Region architecture.
It ain’t much if it ain’t Dutch! Here’s an inside look at Dutch Colonial and Dutch Colonial Revival style homes. An American favorite in residential architecture since they first appeared in New England in the early 1600s, these homes are spacious, typically symmetrical, and very, very livable.
Welcome to the four-bedroom house plan, with its wide array of architectural styles, sizes, and configurations! While not an opulent McMansion, the four-bedroom plan provides families with a comfortable and well-designed space complete with special features and amenities. Here, TPC focuses on the increasingly popular four-bedroom house plan.
Looking for a home with more privacy, more livability, and more functionality? What about a home that feels as though it has plenty of space and seems to be larger than it actually might be? You’re looking for a home with a split bedroom layout. Here’s why . . .
This eponymous architectural style has been adapted to the gorgeous natural beauty, sub-tropical climate, and weather conditions of the Lowcountry region along the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia. Just as historic and diverse as New England architecture, Lowcountry homes can be cottages, contemporary Farmhouses, modern Country, Coastal, and more.
These nine actionable tips can help you put together the bathroom of your dreams! Because we use the space for so many different things, bathroom lighting fixtures should create a space that is both functional and flattering. We’ve consulted the experts, and here’s what you need to know.
Few – if any – parts of the country have a more historic collection of architectural styles than New England. From Colonial to Cape Cod, Farmhouse, Georgian, Shingle, and others, New England plans are pure Americana. Here’s a descriptive guide to five iconic New England house styles that date to the original 13 Colonies.
Definitely not a rowdy Man Cave or a tree house, the “She” Shed is a retreat like no other. It is a haven in the backyard where women can spend some peaceful “alone” time, take a respite from their hectic schedules at home and at work, or immerse themselves in creative activities.
Houses are getting larger, and homes north of 3000 square feet are not unusual. But they’re not the poorly designed McMansions of the past. Detailed trimwork, expansive kitchens, grand staircases, multiple suites, and 3- or 4-car garages are only some of the features you’ll find in 4000 to 4500 square foot houses.