Log House Plans
Log house plans no matter if you’re building a lakefront home or a mountain retreat. The beautiful wooden finishes will ensure you’re building a space you will never want to leave, if this isn’t your main residence.
Want a small, simple log house, or would you rather build a 2-story or 3-story mansion? By using the filters on this page, you can choose the amount of bedrooms you want, the square footage, whether you want a ranch-style option, or something else. Some are L-shaped, some are rectangular and it all comes down to your individual preferences.
These creations may have the outer, historical, rustic appeal, while having the luxurious amenities on the inside. We’re additionally seeing a lot of users being very intrigued by the option of having a wrap-around porch, too.
By contacting our support staff, you can also explore the option of customizing the plans that you may have found yourself liking to create your perfect log cabin.
The prairie style house plans is a type of Craftsman houses that is characterized by being low and flat, often single-story. They have very distinct horizontal lines, and some of them are very modern in their look. The flat, distinctive liens complement the landscape where they are often used.
These homes have low-pitched roofs, clustered roofs and a distinct, but secluded entrance. We have many different prairie style house plans with their open floor layout.
Interestingly, unlike the Tuscan homes, perhaps due to their lack in prairie landscape, the style of these did not originate in Europe, but was an architectural creation that originated in the Midwest. Frank Lloyd is credited for being the architect who gave prairie-style houses the name they have today.
These homes will also usually use earthy materials that additionally go well with the prairie landscape. Wide porches, distinctive features, elaborate masonry are all part of the traditional prairie look.
So, you may not be the biggest fan of the modern, mid-century homes or the duplexes with garages conveniently placed in the middle, no you want something different. Something a little raw.
For that, you have come to the right place as this is the page dedicated to rustic house plans. Whether you’re looking to put it on the side of a mountain or make it your coastal retreat, there are many great options to choose from.
Perhaps you’re a person who loves going hiking, and it just wouldn’t feel completely right if you came back to something too modern. It just doesn’t accurately reflect that feeling you have when you’re in your element, surrounded by small streams, out enjoying nature.
This specific house style will wow your senses and make you feel at one with nature. There’s something idyllic about the mountains that you just won’t get if everything is feeling too polished. The majestic flora should be enjoyed with exposed wooden beams, preferably overlooking both mountains and a lake, if your property permits it. We also encourage you to check out all the post and beam options we have posted on the site.
Know that we’re here to help you find the right house plans that capture that rustic vibe.
Are you looking for the right chalet house plans to live out your various dreams? To perhaps give you that getaway place that can take you away from the bustling sounds of the city to a more quiet place?
The word “chalet” will get you thinking about those Swizz mountain homes with beautiful woods and sloping roofs, and that is exactly the inspiration we’re hoping that these plans on this page may invoke in your home building process.
Should you not be able to find what it is you’re looking for on this page, we also invite you to visit our respective pages that contain homes classified as both cabins or cottages, as you may otherwise have more luck going there.
Chalets are a testament to the fact that just because you’re building a rectangular home does not mean it has to be a visually boring one to look at. You also just may get inspired to make sure it has that wraparound porch, too, you’ve always been wanting.
Be ready to get inspired by those overhanging eaves knowing where you’ll be spending a lot of your free time in the future!
Cabin house plans have a certain charm to them that traditional rectangular homes do not, and this page is dedicated to honoring that specific purpose and helping bring your dream to life.
They come in a range of different sizes depending on your various needs. Are you looking for a medium sized 1,400 square foot cabin, or do you want something more extravagant with 7 bedrooms? Or is it perhaps crucial that your cabin has a wrap-around porch that ensures you can be sitting outside no matter the time of the day, if the weather in fact permits it?
Whether you want a large or a small cabin, we have the plans for you. When you think of a cabin, you often think of the traditional log homes, but your options are not limited to those as there are a bunch of modern ones, too, among our vast selection, and we’re adding more every single day.
If you’re not finding the cabin house plans you want, but you see one that you think has a lot of potential, there’s a significant chance that they can be modified as per your wishes.
While modern houses may be for some people, it’s definitely not for all, why we have also created this page that aggregates all the historic house plans you are able to find on our platform.
What characterizes older-looking, historic homes? They have a certain charm and nostalgia not offered by more modern ones. It’s an architectural class of its own, and you’ll find architects that solely go about creating the designs for such houses. You won’t get the sharp edges of some newer, and some of them have wraparound porches too.
While other houses may go out of fashion as the winds turn, these have stood the test of time and will provide a home for your family for years to come. As such, materials are usually chosen that complement the desired feel.
Victorian house plans may not be quite as popular as they used to be starting in the 1820s going into the early 1900s, however it is still one of the styles we get asked about, why we have dedicated this page to the style. These historically-inspired homes tower steep roofs, bays, eyebrow window and other things you wouldn’t usually find on modern homes.
We’re proud to say that we are committed to increasing our repertoire of this magnificent style, hoping to be able to provide you with the kindof service that will make your home building a successful one.
If you’re after something with unique curb appeal, but our mansion plans are out of your budget, the Victorian house plans are definitely ones to look out for.
The Georgian colonial-style house plans featured on this site are one of the most popular revival subtypes when it comes to colonial architecture, and these homes can be found a lot of places throughout the country, especially in the New England area where Cape Cod houses, saltbox houses and traditional colonial architecture is still popular.
In order to make these homes more affordable, and more widely available, the newer Georgian inspired homes would have significantly less detailed facades than the earlier versions did. Usual homes would have 5 windows across the facade of the second floor, while the lower floor would have just 4 windows, with a door placed underneath the top, central window.
While having been revived around the 1900s, the Colonial Revival houses were already significantly more modest by the 1920s, with fewer details.
The traditional Georgian homes were more true in creating, symmetry, proportion and balance, while the later models would be more loose in pursuing those ideals. Many of the homes will additionally have two chimneys, one on each side of the house. Houses are often either white, red or tan and made of brick while have a stately appeal to them.
These are majestic creations that are sure to stand the test of time.
While plantations have a bad reputation because of the associations tied to them, it is undeniable that the Southern plantation-style house plans command a level of respect with their symmetrical appearance and beautiful white pillars.
While wraparound porches may look impressive, they do not have much going for them in comparison to these creations. These are not your triplex buildings built to be rented out for as much rental income as possible. No, these are mansions in themselves, made to impress.
They were originally made possible from the rise in wealth in the South, but now look majestic in the way they present themselves.
Not only do they have impressive porches, but also balconies where you can sit and enjoy the morning view from. Beautiful French doors and arched windows are common features to find in these creations.
Fine amenities and gorgeous design is combined in this style in a manner only few can create. They have a certain historic and old appeal to them that you won’t get from a Mid-century modern home.
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