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A Style Renaissance: Craftsman House Plans

Craftsman Home Plan Craftsman house plans first saw popularity in the late 19th century and stayed a popular house plan style through the early 20th century. Recently the Craftsman style home has started seeing a boost in demand, making it one of the most popular and top-selling house plans today.

Craftsman house plans are an offshoot of the bungalow style home and are fashioned with Northwestern design elements. These homes are either one or two stories and offer an interior layout that promotes an informal lifestyle of socializing and entertaining. Craftsman style homes are known for their charismatic and detailed exteriors which are born of the Arts and Crafts movement. It's not uncommon to see stone and wood elements throughout the interior and on the exterior of the home.

Our portfolio includes Craftsman house plans from many different architects and designers and they come in a wide variety of sizes and styles. Craftsman homes are popular in both country and suburban settings because of their sturdy construction, flexible floor plans and distinctive appearance.

Cottage Home Plans Make for Cozy Weekend Retreats

Cottage Home Plan If you have made the decision to build a small getaway home for your cozy weekend retreats, then you should consider viewing our cabin and cottage home plans. Both of these home styles are similar in square footage (less than 1200 square feet) and most fit well on narrow lots, making them perfect for a vacation home or secondary residence.

Although smaller, these home plans still have a lot to offer when it comes to versatility in style. You can go rustic and make your cabin a haven in the wilderness, or choose a quaint and charming look and get the appeal of an English cottage.

Although quaint, cottage home plans are designed to be functional and make the best use of the space at hand. Decks and covered porches are wonderful additions to cottage house plans because they allow you to relax and take in the beauty of your surroundings.