It’s exactly what it sounds like: four not-too-big plans that your buyers will love. Look for relaxed layouts, flexible spaces, and lots of storage.
The new brands, designed for new construction and multifamily, build on a refined Armstrong portfolio.
Architect Steve James of DTJ Design shows how production builders can deliver a spa style bath, affordably.
Frank Betz Associates really knows how to design family friendly plans that balance easygoing spaces with private rooms. These four homes hit the sweet spot with moderate square footages, comfortable rooms, and some upscale amenities.
A kitchen-centric remodel revolves around an inventive and efficient galley setup that opens up to the rest of the house.
Expectations for kitchens are high these days. These new plans won’t disappoint: spacious islands, lots of seating, and open layouts will wow your buyers.
Thoughtful details such as frosted doors, dimmable lighting, high ceilings, and built-ins create a luxury look for less.
With the complete dominance of the kitchen island, no one really needs both a breakfast nook and a formal dining room anymore. Architect Wayne Visbeen (whose innovative designs earn many, many awards) knows this and is a master at designing flexible, all-in-one dining spaces.
What’s new for spring?
These efficient one-story layouts minimize hallways and put square footage where it really matters: the kitchen, family room, and master suite.