You have heard the term Mid-century modern style, but what is it? Is it a concept, a floor plan, or even a movement? We think it is all of those and more!
Mid-century modern homes are defined by their open floor plans, natural light, and an emphasis on the connection between indoor and outdoor living. Typically one-story–but not always–mid-century modern homes are all about simplicity, elegance and efficiency. While some homebuyers are renovating original homes from the 1960s and 1970s, many mid-century modern features are being incorporated into the design and architecture of new build homes.
Having the right floor plan to start is essential to achieving the mid-century modern style that so many desire. These floor plans should offer an open concept design where the kitchen, dining and living spaces are contiguous, with lots of windows and natural light. Derived from a practical, functional approach, achieving this style is a breeze with the following Homewood Homes floor plans.
The BradentonThis floor plan offers one-story living that has room for everyone. Interior columns greet you in the entry, which leads to an open concept design featuring a kitchen island, fireplace and loft. Vaulted cathedral ceilings throughout create a light-filled space perfect for your family. Click here for a tour.
The ColumbiaOur popular ranch style floor plan offers a simple, elegant design. The spacious kitchen features an oversized island that welcomes friends and family. Vaulted cathedral ceilings throughout add to the open feel of this home. Click here for a tour.
The ChartresThis home combines the traditional two-story layout with a modern touch. Beautifully crafted, this home is filled with style-setting details—a front porch flanked by double columns and a gabled roofline. The kitchen is equipped with an abundance of cabinet and counter space, and the multi-level floor plan offers plenty of space for everyone in the family to enjoy. Click here for a tour.
Whether you’re looking for simplicity and elegance, or seeking the nostalgia of another era, mid-century modern living can be yours. Start with choosing the right floor plan—it is one of the most important decisions a homeowner can make! Whatever elements of the mid-century modern home you are looking for, a semi-custom Homewood Homes floor plan has what you need to achieve your dream home style. Contact a sales representative today.
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