Ranch style architecture originated in the United States in the 1920's, and it became very popular after World War II as cities expanded into suburbs and inexpensive tract homes were needed by a growing populace. Ranch style houses are most popular where land is inexpensive and the weather is mild, since these homes particularly lend themselves to outdoor living. The low, earth hugging look with clean, modern lines of the ranch style is derived from Frank Lloyd Wright's prairie style architecture.
Building a new home is a unique experience. You get to choose the plans that you want to use, the builder who will help create the home you've always dreamed of, plus the location of your new abode. One of the most important parts of choosing modern home plans is finding a designer that you can work with so that you can get the results that you are looking for. Here are some tips to help you find the home designer that works for you.
Exposed wooden or steel beams, flat roofs with large overhangs, and split levels to take advantage of the terrain, are also common accents associated with the contemporary style.
Kitchens : Sleek with clean lines are still on trend for your modern home plans when it comes to kitchens, maximising storage and creating a great flow of the kitchen to the dining area are still also key, however smaller butlers pantries are becoming more popular allowing you open storage and a second preparation area whilst also being able to close it off of the main kitchen area when entertaining.
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