By Eriq Le Roux. House Plans. Published at Sunday, March 17th, 2019 - 16:00:58 PM.
In an ever evolving need to separate work, play and living, the two story home offers plenty of space for flexible family living in a warm, cozy environment personally designed for individual families. Dramatic and majestic ceiling heights and rooms, formal and/or casual living spaces, extravagant or down-to-earth room designs and the addition of multi-functional and expansion areas are as varied in two storied homes as the people that occupy them. This creative canvas allows for homeowners to virtually custom design their space into the home of their dreams; oftentimes, without sacrificing privacy or space. Multi-storied homes offer degrees of living not found in other home types with specific delineated space in which to entertain, sleep and the affordability of attached outdoor space for children.
Pools are wonderful amenities for recreation and fitness, but what if you’re building in an area with distinct seasons? These unique plans include pools or spas in enclosed spaces within the home so that owners can swim and relax throughout the whole year. With no leaves or debris to skim, indoor pools may be a smart choice for a vacation home that sits unoccupied for part of the year.
This suite of rooms allow for privacy and convenience delineating the adult space and the children’s space as well as providing an easily accessible bedroom without climbing flights of stairs as the children grow and homeowners age. Another trend helping with the popularity of the downstairs master is multi-generational living as the nuclear family gives way to a larger family unit which often includes grandparents. Huge benefits have been discovered in multi-generational families; children are happier, they are well-adjusted and benefit immensely from life experiences that grandparents can offer. Today’s homes are more than just real estate; they are places where families live, love and experience life together.
A subset of modern-contemporary design , shed house plans feature one or more shed roofs, giving an overall impression of asymmetry. Originally appearing in the 1960s and 1970s, shed house plans are enjoying renewed popularity as their roof surfaces provide ideal surfaces for mounting solar panels. Their floor plans are also ideal for modern lifestyles, offering open layouts assembled according to how families live instead of conforming to a traditional house form. Windows can be placed where they are most needed and wanted, and ceilings are high, often with clerestory windows to provide natural light.
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