Merit Award, 2014 Builder’s Choice and Custom Home Design Awards
As builders leverage the value of amenity-rich master planned communities, a finely tuned trade-off takes place between what’s inside and outside the homes.
Nothing will help you stand out faster than an interesting exterior. These four new house plans should do the job nicely.
In traditional homes, solidity is telegraphed by the space between the window heads and the roofline called entablature (cornice, frieze, and architrave). It holds the roof up, it transfers the loads, and it’s what distinguishes solid-looking homes from flimsy ones.
Attention to details and exemplary indoor-outdoor flow make a production kitchen feel custom.
Take advantage of great views with these outstanding homes by Hobbs’ Ink.
The 1,200-square-foot house responds to the demands of Gen Y home buyers.
Bathrooms make a big first impression, even if the rest of the house is modest.
Scale, proportion, open plans, and flexible spaces make a smaller house look and feel like its million-dollar neighbor.
When it comes to helping buyers with interior product selection, less can be more.