This Lodge home plan offers broad vistas are yours to enjoy from the moment you step inside the hexagonal great room. The main floor entry is at ground level, while the rear opens out onto a log handrailed deck one story above the ground. The great room is open to the kitchen, located in a wing to the left, as is the owners' suite. A hexagonal garage is below the great room.
We are very fortunate to get to follow the construction of our Pendleton home plan. Our client modified the original design to include a walk-out daylight basement for their downward sloping beautiful lake front property.
Our hexagonal home plans are designed to allow you to take in the view from every living area of the home. With 30 plans of varied sizes and styles you will find the best selection of this design style direct from Associated Designs. As with this client, we can modify the plan to suit how you live in your home and fully maximize your lot's potential.
The panoramic vista from the vaulted, hexagonal great room looks out over a wide railed deck that spans the entire rear of this contemporary home plan. Its kitchen has two peninsular counters, one with a raised eating bar. The vaulted owners' suite is well isolated from secondary bedrooms and their shared bathroom.
A window-bright great room fills the heart of this Prairie home plan, which is open to the kitchen and nook as well. Just inside the entry is a room that could be a dining room, parlor or home office. The guest suite is well isolated at the end of a hallway. Owners' suite amenities include a walk-in closet and a private bathroom with two vanities.
Craftsman detailing graces the front facade of this Northwest-inspired cottage home plan. Four informal gathering spaces flow together at the rear, if you count the covered patio. From the kitchen, you can keep an eye on everything. The deluxe owners' suite boasts a private bathroom and a large walk-in closet with a hutch and a bench.
We are very happy to receive the following photographs from clients showing the construction of the Aspen house plan using standard 2x6 framing and a conform block basement foundation. Here is what they had to say about their building process and a few changes they've made along the way:
"We are in the process of construction of the Aspen design on our beautiful lake property. These are some pictures taken through Sept 8th. The framing should be complete early next week so windows can be ordered. We expect full enclosure with siding, shingles, windows and doors before the first snowfall. Our building contractor changed the I beam direction as shown in the interior photos. The basement is 6 foot ceiling and set for furnace, water, other utility and storage. The master suite has a slider instead of window and door. The window on the master wall is narrowed for placement of furniture. We also added an exterior door (like the Kodiak) onto the utility room for a "mud entrance". The fire stove in the great room has been changed to a see through wood burning fireplace between the great room and the master suite. We will update you with new photos when exterior has been completed.
Thank you for a wonderful design." - Mr. & Mrs. R
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Construction is Complete!
October 23, 2009
We were pleased to receive this photo of our Craftsman-style Eddinger house plan in the final stages of construction. The client used our modification services and worked with our designers to customize this home for them. "Everyone loves the design, especially the easy access to the wrap-around deck from all of the rooms". Designed to take in the view from just about every room of the home, our hexagonal style house plans are our most popular. Did you know that we have almost 30 hexagonal style plans to choose from? You'll find this design in everything from log cabin form to Southwestern Contemporary, and from 1390 square feet to just under 4000 square feet. All of our plans can be customized with our modification services. For submitting the photograph, they were entered into our January drawing for a $200 rebate on the construction drawing package. If you have any photographs of any of our designs completed or showing the course of construction, send them in!
Will he or won’t he? With Hurricane Earl threatening the nation’s Eastern Seaboard this Labor Day, there are steps homeowners can take to weatherproof their homes that won’t break the bank.Kiplinger’s Personal Finance offers six pieces of essential hurricane-preparation advice, including:
- Brace your garage door to prevent more-extensive damage.Will he or won’t he? With Hurricane Earl threatening the nation’s Eastern Seaboard this Labor Day, there are steps homeowners can take to weatherproof their homes that won’t break the bank.
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance offers six pieces of essential hurricane-preparation advice, including:
- Brace your garage door to prevent more-extensive damage. “A lot of people believe that the roof is the most vulnerable part of the house,” says Ray Stone, vice-president of catastrophe operations for Travelers Insurance. “But it’s not. It’s the garage door.” Most garage doors are not reinforced, and when the wind gets into the garage, it creates a positive push at the same time that the wind swirling above the structure creates a negative pull. That push-pull combination can cause the roof to fly off. See the National Weather Service information sheet to learn about kits that you can buy at home-improvement stores to brace your garage doors.
- Secure your windows and doors. Broken windows can let in wind and rain, and they can also increase the pressure under the roof. Storm shutters provide the best protection, but boarding up windows when a storm is on the way can help, too. Don’t bother taping your windows, though. “Putting masking tape on the windows literally does nothing,” says Stone. Make sure doors have several locking mechanisms so they don’t fly open; deadbolts are best. And it’s important to secure windows and doors at all sides of the home -- not just the one facing the body of water where hurricanes could form -- because hurricanes can swirl in any direction. See the Institute for Business & Home Safety’s DisasterSafety.org for details about how to make your windows and doors more secure.
- Take inventory. “The last thing you want to be doing after you’ve been affected by a hurricane is to try to remember everything you had in the house,” says Stone. “Having an inventory will make the process of getting through the claim and getting back to normal so much easier.” The Insurance Information Institute’s KnowYourStuff.org is a great place to get started. Keep the inventory in a safe place away from your home.
This delightful small house plan, makes a relaxing stay for friends and family. Enter through the double doors to the great room with a wood stove in the corner. Towards the rear of the cottage is a kitchenette, perfect for allowing guest to make there own snacks and lunches if they would like. There is also a full bathroom. Ladders on both sides of the great room access the two storage spaces above.
This two-story Craftsman bungalow would be equally at home in a suburban neighborhood or a retreat setting. Family living areas fill the main floor, where the living room flows into the dining room and on into the kitchen. All of these spaces are naturally bright. A good-sized hobby room and a fully outfitted utility room are nearby.
Craftsman detailing adds nostalgic charm to this update of a country-style cottage house plan. On the ground floor, spacious formal and informal gathering spaces fill the left wing. A den, utility room, half bath, and luxurious owners' suite are on the right side, along with direct access to the garage. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a study are upstairs.
Windows fill most of the rear wall of the vaulted great room at the heart of this comfortably spacious European house plan. From the kitchen, you can watch TV or converse with family and friends in the great room, or the dining room. Extra rooms include: a guest room and a hobby room on the main floor, and a den and an unfinished bonus room upstairs.
A rhapsody of shapes and textures makes this estate-size contemporary chalet home plan a treat for the eye, inside and out. A kitchen, dining area and living room fill the hexagonal great room at its core. Two bedroom suites extend off to the right and left, and more sleeping areas, along with a huge recreation room and a spacious shop, fill the daylight basement below.
The European feel of this home constructed by Bella Chateau Homes, Inc. is distinct by it's clipped gables, an iron balcony, siding and stone details. In the great room windows fill the living room's rear wall with a wide-hearthed fireplace between them. The nook is completely open to this large space, as is the kitchen to the nook.
Bella Chateau Homes, Inc. is committed to timeless old world design and quality craftsmanship with exceptional detail. Old world design fits their desire to create the ambiance of an European estate or manor in a relaxed, comfortable home.
Associated Designs is please to profile this fine home by Taylor Made Homes. Built in Eugene Oregon the photographs below highlight the quality construction to which Joe Taylor provides. Associated Designs provided drafting services on this project, and have assisted Joe's clients with custom home design and plan modification services. Continue to follow this post to watch this homes progress.
Below is Taylor Made Homes, Inc. new construction project.Associated Designs is please to profile this fine home by Taylor Made Homes. Built in Eugene Oregon the photographs below highlight the quality construction to which Joe Taylor provides. Associated Designs provided drafting services on this project, and have assisted Joe's clients with custom home design and plan modification services. Continue to follow this post to watch this homes progress.
Below is Taylor Made Homes, Inc. new construction project. It's a 3 bed 2.5 bath home with a 2-car garage and covered porches located in downtown Eugene, in the South Eugene School District. Available now and scheduled to be completed by the end of August 2010.
Contact: Joe Taylor - Taylor Made Homes - 541-338-0738 or by email at: email@example.com