House plan trends quickly change as homeowner needs and family dynamics do. Case in point? Since the pandemic, people have seen the value in spending more time at home, causing designs to evolve to keep up with the new American family. And more than just a beautiful home, modern consumers want spaces that are inviting and comfortable for everyone to be their best self. The newest home design trends for 2023 help achieve just that!
Home Design Trends for 2023 – Look for Functional Features
So, exactly what are these design trends for 2023? Starting with space for everyone, new homes often include a variety of distinct rooms. You’ll find private offices for adults who work from home, study areas for homeschooled kids, and play spaces for young children to help keep their chaos contained. Perhaps you need quiet space for seniors to convalesce or relax? Look for an in-law suite. Many people also enjoy having extras like a home gym or library. In the recent past, open great rooms that can serve multiple purposes have been favored, but nowadays, families need homes with a functional amount of definition.
Of course, you also have to cover the basics! If you have a chef in the family, invest in a magnificent kitchen. Outdoorsy types should seriously consider a mudroom. Those who enjoy hosting should still look into a wide-open floor plan—just make sure the house offers quieter, more private areas to retreat to for work or rest.
Perfect House Plans for Modern Needs
THD-6630 is one of our newest contemporary-style homes that features an open concept layout between the great room, dining, and kitchen. This beautiful design also has a small office perfect for working from home. The inverted layout places the master suite on the main level and the other two bedrooms in the basement along with the rec room, so it’s perfect for families with older kids.
THD-3404 is one of our best-selling modern farmhouse plans. Owners love the main-level master suite, unique split-yet-open living, sunny office, and ample storage between the pantry and side laundry/mudroom entrance. This home also features a central loft and a bonus room upstairs with the three other bedrooms—the kids can have their own areas for homework, homeschooling, and/or play, too.
Another modern farmhouse similar to THD-3404, THD-1053 provides a different feel with expanded square footage and larger windows. The open gourmet kitchen is ideal for the family chef who enjoys hosting, and the larger office gives you room to spread out. Again, you’ll find split bedrooms with shared space for the kids upstairs.
Each of these beautiful homes has post-pandemic, stay-at-home family needs in mind. That’s exactly what home design trends for 2023 are all about!
Like what you’ve seen here? There’s plenty more where they come from! If nothing seems like the perfect fit, keep in mind that all of our home plans can be modified to suit your needs. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you need any help finding the perfect design for your family.
- Affordable Homes for 2023 - May 31, 2023
- Why a Two-Story Home Could Be Right for You - May 15, 2023
- The Newest Home Design Trends for 2023 - April 26, 2023