Country Style Home Plans
Country homes are a traditional American home style inspired by a simpler, more relaxed time. Country homes often incorporate design elements from other home styles to create the perfect blend of old and new. At Design Basics, all of our floor plans can be customized to fit your specific needs!
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What Is a Country Style Home?
Country style homes use classic design elements as well as features from other home styles like Traditional and Farmhouse to give homes a relaxed and welcoming feeling. They often feature larger, open floor plans with spacious kitchens and living rooms. Front porches, wrap around side porches, and rear porches are frequently found with these plans for even more living area!
Whether you plan to build on a large plot of land or want a smaller suburban home, Design Basics offers a wide range of country style floor plans that can be customized to fit your exact home needs!
Why Are People Choosing Country Style Floor Plans?
Homeowners are drawn to country homes for their comfortable, welcoming styling and because they provide ample space for growing families. Many people are drawn to the versatility that country style plans provide, as well. Numerous design element fit seamlessly into country designs so you can customize your home to look exactly like you've imagined.
Design Basics has a wide range of country home plans available to choose from, with customization options so you can include all your must-haves. These design plans range from simple, affordable one-story designs to large expansive farm home plans. We are here to help you build your dream home!
Characteristics of a Country Style Home Plan
Country homes are a traditional home design that hearken back to a simpler, more relaxed time, and the characteristics reflect that. Here are a few delightful features you may find in a country style home!
Gabled roof lines are a common roof style seen in country style homes. This style helps get rid of water and snow and can also provide some added space for vaulted ceilings or an attic.
Wrap Around Porches
Wrap around porches are a classic design element and help give country homes added curb appeal. Plus, they give households added space for entertaining and relaxing.
Exposed Wood Elements
Wood is often incorporated throughout the design of a country home. This element can be included anywhere from the doors and trim to ceiling beams and more!
Focal Point Kitchens
Large, open kitchens typically serve as a focal point in country style homes with a center island, stylish countertops, and generous storage. This helps create an inviting space for having family dinners and hosting guests.
Country Style Home FAQs
Considering choosing a country style home plan? Learn more about this classic home style from our frequently asked questions!
What Makes a Country Style House?
Country style homes are defined by their classic elements that reflect a simpler, more relaxed time. From large open floor plans and a rustic look, country floor plans are a versatile style that can fit many different needs.
Can Country Style Home Plans Be Customized?
Yes! All of our country style home plans can be customized to fit your exact needs and can be combined with other design styles such as Modern Farmhouse.
How Much Does It Cost to Build a Country Style Home Plan?
Depending on the size of home you plan to build and the features you want to include, the price of your country home will vary. Our friendly team is here to help choose a plan that fits within your budget. Check out Design Affects Cost – What Buyers Need To Know to find out more about the costs of building a home.
Small Country House Plans
One Story Country House Plans
Country House Plans with Porches
The Design Basics Difference
With 35 years of experience, Design Basics is a leader in home design. Our team has the knowledge to help you build your dream home! That's why we offer a variety of floor plans, prices that fit your budget, customization options, and a friendly staff to answer all of your questions. Give us a call today!