Design Evolutions offers a variety of house plan styles to choose from. Whether you’re looking for craftsman house plans, mountain home plans, or the understated traditional home design, you’ll be sure to find the style that fits your taste within our house plan collections.
Bungalow House Plans
Bungalow house plans are usually simple in design with a large front porch. They are compact and tend to be deep and not very wide. Bungalows are ideal for small narrow lots in urban settings. This type of home is usually a one or one-and-a-half story design and is generally budget-friendly.
Cape Cod House Plans
Being modest in size, Cape Cod house plans gives you a cottage type feel. The designs are usually square in nature and symmetrical. Cape Cods can be a one story or a one and a half story house plan and that makes the style accommodating to a host of interior layouts.
Colonial House Plans
Colonial house plans are designed and built in a boxy shape. They are practical homes with an understated elegance and a timeless presence. This architectural style draws inspiration from the homes of the early colonial settlers.
Craftsman House Plans
Craftsman house plans are distinguished by their low-pitched roofs with wide eaves, exposed rafters and decorative brackets. You generally find them with a large front porch that has tapered columns with stone or brick supports and numerous windows. The interior usually feature dramatic beamed ceilings and minimal hall space.
Farmhouse plans are either traditional or modern in style. Both variations typically feature one or two stories of living space. They can be big or small in design with large windows, lap or vertical siding, metal or shingle roofing, and open floor plans. Other features include a large front or wraparound porch and gable brackets.
French House Plans
French house plans consist of rustic and refined decor inspired by the homes of the French countryside. The sizes of these homes can vary from a small cottage to an elegant chateau. They typically have moderate to steep roofs and the exterior finishes include the use of brick, stone, and stucco.
Gothic Revival House Plans
Gothic Revival house plans are immediately recognized by steeply pitched cross-gabled roofs. Windows and doors will often feature pointed arches and diamond paned glazing. The floor plans are usually asymmetrically designed with one-story porches or covered entries.
Greek Revival House Plans
Greek Revival house plans are elegant and bold, yet simple. These homes are generally symmetrical in design with a center porch supported by grandiose columns. Features include a low-pitched gable or hipped roof, tall windows to allow for plenty of light, and classic detailing. Greek revival home plans are magnificent even in one-story cottage style interpretations.
Italianate House Plans
Italianate house plans can be classy and symmetrical or asymmetrical and rustic. Two or three story designs are typical, but it can also be a one story design. Typical features include low-pitched hipped roofs, wide eaves with decorative brackets, tall & narrow pared or multiple windows with elaborate trim, square cupolas or towers, and porches or balconies with balustrades.
Mediterranean House Plans
Mediterranean house plans have the look and feel of an upscale home. The designs are mostly asymmetrical and are either one or two story. In addition, these homes are can be small to mid-sized, but are commonly large in scale. Usual features include a low-pitched roof, stucco finish, archways, and exposed wood beams.
Modern Contemporary House Plans
Modern Contemporary house plans display a noticeable absence of ornamental styling. The floor plans are open and informal which adds to the simplicity of the design style. It is usually a two or three story home with exterior finishes that can include stucco, vertical or lap wood siding, brick, and stone. Other features include shed roofs, large windows, and the use of industrial materials.
Modern Traditional House Plans
Modern Traditional house plans are not defined by a specific style. They are often a mix of various styles merged together. Features of this type of design are many and include elements of architecture from contemporary to European styling.
Mountain House Plans
Mountain house plans are designed to be in touch with nature. Homes in this style tend to have a rustic look, making it appear organic, as if it naturally grew within it’s surroundings. Exterior features include timber beams, lap or vertical siding, stone and brick finishes, and natural earth-tone colors.
Natchez Historic House Plans
Designs that were inspired by the antebellum homes of Natchez, Mississippi. These historic house plans replicate the facades of century old homes, but the floor plans were designed to reflect the the living conditions of today’s lifestyle.
Tudor House Plans
Tudor house plans are easy to recognize by their use of half-timber or decorative wood beam. Tudor homes generally feature diamond-pane windows, large brick or stone chimneys, clipped gable roofs, and arched entryways. Brick, stone, and stucco are common exterior finishes.