Since the last update, there has been plenty of progress and the home is starting to look just as I had envisioned when I created the home design. I am speaking of the design concept itself and not the material selection. Since the project is being managed by the builder, these variables will be as much of a wait and see for me as it is for you.
It's been two weeks since the first post on Plan BP12003 home construction photos. Progress is still underway and things are moving forward.
It was once the norm to see a family looking for a home between 3,000 to 3,500 square foot, with 3,500 plus sq ft running a close second. Now, homeowners are looking at the 3,000 square foot range as the maximum and around 2,400 feet as an average size home.
My Goal to Document Progress… I had some free time yesterday as my wife took the kids to game stop. They were geeked up about getting new video games to add to their collection. Since I had a couple of hours to kill, I decided to take a short road trip out to Monroe, Georgia.
We have all heard the phrase, "don't judge a book by its cover", at some time or another. It can be used in reference to many things, but today we are going to apply it to house plans. You can look at two homes with the same floor plan, but each having distinctly different elevations can make you like one and not the other.
Adding a gazebo to your yard is a great option to expanding exterior living space. Making use of a barely used deck or patio is another way you can increase outdoor living spaces.
Our newest collection of house designs, the Natchez Historical Home Collection, was featured along with building designer, Kirya J. Duncan in the Natchez Democrat newspaper.
With so many house plans available to view on the web and in print magazine, it's easy to see why so many take a shot at designing a floor plan layout. There is nothing wrong with the idea. In fact, that's how many of my clients come up with some of their ideas and home designs which are presented to me.
Design Evolutions Inc., GA is pleased to officially announce the launch of its Natchez Historical Home Collection. Architectural history is embraced with three new designs from the company.
It is a little know fact that Ice Cube actually studied architectural drafting at a trade school in Arizona before NWA took off in the late 1980's. It was only for a year, but can you imagine the rapper/actor/director as an architect or building designer?