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Taking a step away from the highly structured living spaces of the past, our open floor plan designs create spacious, informal interiors that connect common areas. This style has steadily grown in popularity over the years and was first available as a key element of modern homes, but now it can be found within any kind of exterior style. The main attraction of an open floor plan is the great room, which combines the living and dining rooms into a larger area that is still in view of the kitchen. Whereas traditional floor plans are divided by interior walls, the lack of walls in open designs creates a visually larger space, and more of it can be used at any given time because it is very flexible. In addition, because other rooms connect directly to the great room, there isn't a need for hallways and more square footage goes straight to living areas and bedrooms. Just about everybody prefers this arrangement, and architects have responded by creating numerous designs to suit every taste. If you need assistance finding an open floor plan, please email, live chat, or call us at 866-214-2242 and we'll be happy to help!
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    House Plan 9669 show plan details
    Total S.F
    1,866 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2
    Width
    64' 0"
    Depth
    54' 0"
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    House Plan 9625 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,848 sf.
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    3
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    48' 1"
    Depth
    98' 0"
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    House Plan 9233 show plan details
    Total S.F
    1,826 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    72' 4"
    Depth
    46' 8"
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    House Plan 1895 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,091 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    78' 9"
    Depth
    71' 5"
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    House Plan 9358 show plan details
    Total S.F
    1,976 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2
    Width
    57' 0"
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    88' 6"
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    House Plan 9167 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,905 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    3
    Width
    82' 4"
    Depth
    77' 8"
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    3
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    House Plan 9044 show plan details
    Total S.F
    3,217 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    3.5
    Width
    76' 0"
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    108' 0"
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    House Plan 9069 show plan details
    Total S.F
    4,208 sf.
    Bed
    4
    Baths
    4.5
    Width
    90' 0"
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    79' 0"
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    3
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    House Plan 5458 show plan details
    Total S.F
    1,492 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2
    Width
    56' 0"
    Depth
    45' 8"
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    2
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    House Plan 9671 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,881 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    103' 0"
    Depth
    72' 4"
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    3
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    House Plan 2297 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,847 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    3
    Width
    88' 8"
    Depth
    84' 10"
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    3
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    House Plan 2259 show plan details
    Total S.F
    1,421 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2
    Width
    46' 11"
    Depth
    53' 0"
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    2
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    House Plan 1897 show plan details
    Total S.F
    1,848 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2
    Width
    78' 9"
    Depth
    71' 5"
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    2
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    House Plan 4531 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,495 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    90' 11"
    Depth
    83' 11"
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    3
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    House Plan 4422 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,233 sf.
    Bed
    4
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    61' 6"
    Depth
    66' 10"
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    2
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    House Plan 2138 show plan details
    Total S.F
    1,698 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    48' 0"
    Depth
    58' 2"
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    2
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    House Plan 5558 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,286 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    76' 10"
    Depth
    55' 6"
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    2
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    House Plan 5517 show plan details
    Total S.F
    1,879 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2
    Width
    78' 11"
    Depth
    57' 11"
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    2
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    House Plan 5252 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,482 sf.
    Bed
    4
    Baths
    3.5
    Width
    81' 6"
    Depth
    86' 6"
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    2
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    House Plan 3057 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,106 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    81' 2"
    Depth
    73' 10"
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    2
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    House Plan 5219 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,575 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    79' 7"
    Depth
    65' 0"
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    3
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    House Plan 4445 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,498 sf.
    Bed
    3
    Baths
    3.5
    Width
    106' 0"
    Depth
    72' 0"
    Gar
    3
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    House Plan 4846 show plan details
    Total S.F
    3,584 sf.
    Bed
    4
    Baths
    4
    Width
    109' 0"
    Depth
    84' 0"
    Gar
    3
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    House Plan 1028 show plan details
    Total S.F
    2,336 sf.
    Bed
    4
    Baths
    2.5
    Width
    72' 8"
    Depth
    73' 10"
    Gar
    2
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Open Floor Plans — a reflection of our lifestyle

Open Floor Plans - a reflection of our lifestyle

Open floor plans are quite popular in the United States. For one, this style allows the flow of natural light into the home, making things brighter indoors. By adding large windows in the kitchen or living area, homeowners can have unobstructed views of their garden. For another, such home floor plan makes any abode feel larger as there are no interior walls that block sight lines, making smaller spaces look more constricted and cramped.

Open house floor plans are perfect for parents who want to be able to watch their children play in one area while they are cooking in the kitchen or watching TV. A well-designed kitchen also becomes the focal point in open house plans, if the homeowner intends to. By eliminating hallways, abodes become larger with good sight lines. Simply put, there is visual connection between living spaces, improving traffic patterns and avoiding diagonal navigation in the home, which should be a major consideration when looking into this home style.

House Floor Plans — a balance between privacy & togetherness

House Floor Plans - a balance between privacy & togetherness

In house floor plans, it is important to determine the correct room location as this will affect comfort and energy efficiency. Although houses with simpler or uncomplicated shapes are usually more efficient to heating and cooling, proper room layout will address issues of privacy and togetherness. The master bedroom, for example, should be placed in a quiet corner of the house and away from entertainment areas to keep noise at bay.

Eat-in kitchens with open sight lines to the living room and patio, which are common in open floor plans, provide the perfect opportunity for homeowners to dine and bond with family and friends. Instead of creating a game room, a children's hub surrounded by their bedrooms proves to be more useful. This is because children can do their activities — homework, play games, watch TV, etc. — while parents can have some quiet time by the family room.

The Finance Management Home Floor Plan Strategy

Finance Management Home Floor Plan Strategy

The primary reason for keeping a budget in mind while planning a new house project is to understand and control costs. Once the homeowner is able to have estimates for his house floor plans, he will be able to determine whether the project is financially feasible or not.

To ensure the maximization of the new house floor plan budget, these mistakes [by all means and purposes] should be categorically avoided:

  1. Leaving out essential items on the estimate
  2. Making wrong assumptions
  3. Inadequate estimate allowances
  4. Overlooking possible price changes

Given all this information, homeowners can save time and effort with a pre-made home floor plan. The House Designers offers ready-made floor blueprints that come with lots of photos, colorful rendering, free shipping, free modification estimates and complimentary plan revision consultation.

Open House Plans — How They Work for You

Open House Plans - How They Work for You

One of the reasons open floor plans are becoming a fad in the construction industry is improved family dynamics. Parents can prepare dinner while bonding with kids in the kitchen. Two, open house plans allow for more natural light to fill the home's interiors, illuminating the rest of the house and making it brighter, and (at the same time) cozier.

Large windows are ideally placed in the living area, as well as a sliding door that leads to the backyard, making the interiors airy and breezy. Three, an open house floor plan has a sense of spaciousness even in smaller homes, as there are no walls to restrict movement. Also, the dining area flows freely into the kitchen, living room and even the outdoors. A large island is placed in the middle with seating for on-the-go kids and adults.

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