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Striking home in the Mid-century Modern style with sleek design, floor-to-ceiling glass, and generous amounts of covered outdoor living space

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Popular among home designs today, the Mid-century modern floor plan typically includes clean lines, shed or flat roofs, open floor plans, large windows with lots of glass, and changes in elevation throughout the house. The simplicity of the architecture typically leads to lower building costs with a finished product that’s sleek and striking.

These home designs also draw inspiration from the principles of outdoor living – “bring the outside in.” The homes are meant to complement the land they are built on and include features such as:

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Popular among home designs today, the Mid-century modern floor plan typically includes clean lines, shed or flat roofs, open floor plans, large windows with lots of glass, and changes in elevation throughout the house. The simplicity of the architecture typically leads to lower building costs with a finished product that’s sleek and striking.

These home designs also draw inspiration from the principles of outdoor living – “bring the outside in.” The homes are meant to complement the land they are built on and include features such as:

These items are often considered a luxury, but with this style home, they’re often standard.

No matter what your square footage requirements may be, we carry a wide selection of Mid-century modern house plans to fit your needs.

 

About Mid-Century Modern Design

In 20th century post-war America, there was a housing boom that largely included mass-produced, traditional houses. At this time, Mid-century Modern style was thought to be innovative and left to those with that frame of mind. Joseph Eichler, a progressive real estate developer inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, sought to change that by making the homes available to the wider public.

This architectural style was vastly different from other homes built during the 1950s. The style was founded on modernist design, meaning that it typically had low sloping or flat rooflines, geometric lines, and concrete floors (with radiant heating). Newer designs pull inspiration from current contemporary homes and include updated amenities, while the exterior includes features consistent with the original style.

Other features you’ll commonly find in Mid-century Modern house plans:

  • Open spaces in the living areas

  • Small steps that go up or down to show room separation

  • Main floor master suite

  • Sliding doors for bedrooms and closets

  • Ensuite bathrooms

  • Design aspects that connect the outdoor spaces with the indoors

The modern version of this architecture continues to be a popular choice because it pairs a sleek style with contemporary needs. If the style fits your taste, browse through our collection of plans and reach out to our experienced customer support team with any questions!

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Mid-Century Modern Home Plans

Popular among home designs today, the Mid-century modern floor plan typically includes clean lines, shed or flat roofs, open floor plans, large windows with lots of glass, and changes in elevation throughout the house. The simplicity of the architecture typically leads to lower building costs with a finished product that’s sleek and striking.

These home designs also draw inspira... Read More

Popular among home designs today, the Mid-century modern floor plan typically includes clean lines, shed or flat roofs, open floor plans, large windows with lots of glass, and changes in elevation throughout the house. The simplicity of the architecture typically leads to lower building costs with a finished product that’s sleek and striking.

These home designs also draw inspiration from the principles of outdoor living – “bring the outside in.” The homes are meant to complement the land they are built on and include features such as:

These items are often considered a luxury, but with this style home, they’re often standard.

No matter what your square footage requirements may be, we carry a wide selection of Mid-century modern house plans to fit your needs.

 

About Mid-Century Modern Design

In 20th century post-war America, there was a housing boom that largely included mass-produced, traditional houses. At this time, Mid-century Modern style was thought to be innovative and left to those with that frame of mind. Joseph Eichler, a progressive real estate developer inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, sought to change that by making the homes available to the wider public.

This architectural style was vastly different from other homes built during the 1950s. The style was founded on modernist design, meaning that it typically had low sloping or flat rooflines, geometric lines, and concrete floors (with radiant heating). Newer designs pull inspiration from current contemporary homes and include updated amenities, while the exterior includes features consistent with the original style.

Other features you’ll commonly find in Mid-century Modern house plans:

  • Open spaces in the living areas

  • Small steps that go up or down to show room separation

  • Main floor master suite

  • Sliding doors for bedrooms and closets

  • Ensuite bathrooms

  • Design aspects that connect the outdoor spaces with the indoors

The modern version of this architecture continues to be a popular choice because it pairs a sleek style with contemporary needs. If the style fits your taste, browse through our collection of plans and reach out to our experienced customer support team with any questions!

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Transitional Mid-Century Modern House Plans: Resurgence of a Classic


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This Sleek and Timeless Look is Making a Comeback   Isn’t it true what they say – what’s old is new again? You have likely watched some of your favorite clothing styles over the years come right back around, which has left you regretting your decisions to ditch half of your “outdated” wardrobe. The same is true for home design, both interior, and exterior. And lately, we have watched as a classic style has come back around to fill home-décor stores and dominate new-construction projects: Mid


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