If houses reflect the times they were designed, midcentury modern is the architecture of ideas, created by those who believed the forward-looking style could be a vehicle for social change to create a better society. Characterized by flat planes, large glass windows and open space, these homes -- built from 1945 to the 1980s -- featured sim…View Details
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Spanish Revival is an extremely eclectic style. Many Mediterranean touches are combined to create an exotic, but harmonious appearance. Influences include Spanish Baroque, Moorish, and Gothic elements. Tile roofs and stucco exteriors are characteristic with half rounded doors and windows. Elaborate tile work, applied relief ornamentation, a…View Details
The Cottage style house plan is synonymous with "cozy" but does not skimp on living space. These smaller homes offer a "lived-in" ambiance, creating a comfort level that can be lacking in larger, less-personalized homes. Cottage house plans do not adhere to any specific architectural style, but my exhibit the influence of Country, Craftsman…View Details