Welcome to our gallery featuring another fantastic architectural home plan from LotPlans.com.
This home design combines elegance and rustic designs in a contemporary home that has 5000 plus square feet of luxurious, comfortable living space. The home features vaulted ceilings, upgraded fixtures, a covered deck in the backyard with a fire pit built into the stonework, and numerous rooms.
This home is perfect for a large family, or for a smaller family who host overnight guests frequently, with four bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, two stories, and a three-stall garage. This home also includes a grand living room and additional den on the main floor, and a family/game room on the second floor.
Each of the four bedrooms has its own adjoining bathroom, and one of the large bedrooms has a small balcony overlooking the backyard.
Each of the bedrooms is large enough to be a master, so the layout of the home is fluid enough to match any family’s needs. The bedrooms on the lower level have sliding glass doors that lead out to the back deck.
These architectural plans can be changed to suit your specific needs, so look for a variation on the kitchen’s layout in this collection of photographs. Also look for fantastic ceiling details, including coffered ceilings.
This show home is tucked in a pine forest with a long driveway and a grand covered entryway. We hope you’ll enjoy this fabulous design!
An aerial view of the home’s driveway and front entrance, including the large covered entryway with stone supports and ornate woodwork. The enormous three-stall garage gives an L-shape to this rustic craftsman style home. The landscaping is sparse and easy to care for, and the home is surrounded by tall pines.
One of the main floor bedrooms with plaster walls and extensive woodwork that includes a wooden coffered ceiling. The carved details of the bed with black and red inlays give this room a rustic, southwestern atmosphere. A glass-paneled door with two sidelights opens up to the backyard.
The adjoining bathroom in bronzy tile and accents. The wall sconces are made to look like old-fashioned gas lights, and the glass-enclosed tile shower has brushed nickel fixtures. A stripe of vertical tiles in the center of the shower adds visual interest. A series of high windows allow natural light into the bathroom without sacrificing privacy.
The grand room of this home has a massive built-in stone fireplace with a rustic wooden mantel. Matching bookcases are built on either side of the fireplace on the curved hearth. Behind the dusky red leather sofas are a massive series of windows that follow the shape of the wall for a grand appearance from both the exterior and the interior.
A view of the grand room from another angle, showing the open hearth of the fireplace, the double doors leading to the covered front entryway, and the open hallway on the second floor. The main light fixture in this room is a large ceiling fan. The bookcase on the left acts as a large entertainment center with additional storage on the top.
The kitchen with a small dining room between the doors to the back deck and the buffet and home bar. A bright red rug in two shades brightens the light room. A small door leads into the pantry from the right of the enormous refrigerator.
Another version of the kitchen layout, where the kitchen is moved to the larger section of the space that was a more formal dining room in the previous picture. The space where the smaller round dining table was is open, making the room feel absolutely enormous.
A close up of the bar, showing the mini fridge and ample cabinetry and countertop space. This buffet and bar is perfect for entertaining, keeping the main countertop space of the kitchen clear of prepared food.
A closer look at the second kitchen layout, showing the black centers of the rich wood cabinetry and the shades of brown on the marble countertops. The four barstools lined up on one end of the island are faux leather with an ornate swirling design around the edge. Also of note is the coffered ceiling in the center with one pot light in each square.
A close up on the farmhouse sink, showing the textured dusky red sink with two strips of nail head trim along the front. Three windows sit behind the sink, showing a private view of the pine forest and the grasslands beyond.
Another of the bedrooms on the main level, with light brown carpet and multi-tonal wood trim. The simple furniture of this bedroom consists of a rich dark wood bed frame and nightstand with contrasting white bedding. The room is lit by the double windows, a ceiling fan light, and the elegant table lamp next to the bed.
The attached bathroom to the other main floor bedroom has a beautiful soaking tub and shower stall built into the wall and surrounded by light brown tile. The cabinets here match the kitchen cabinets and the bed frame of the bedroom. The gas light wall sconces match those in the other main floor bathroom.
Adjacent to the laundry room and mudroom is a main floor bathroom with matching cabinets to the other two and a towel rack attached to the bottom trim of the window, which looks out on the neighboring house. The light fixtures are slightly different in this bathroom, with a long series of lights above the mirror instead of on the sides.
The laundry room doubles as a mudroom and features an L-shaped countertop with cabinets that match all the rest of the cabinetry on the home’s main floor. The front-loading washer and dryer are housed in custom cabinetry designed to match the rest of the room. The multi-colored stone tile flooring is easy to keep clean and adds a pop of color to the room as well.
Heading upstairs, we see one of the upstairs bedrooms. Attached is a small balcony that looks over the backyard. The vaulted ceiling makes the average sized room feel large. The plaster textured walls from the bedrooms downstairs make another appearance here, as does a lamp matching the one in the second bedroom on the main floor. The dark wood furniture is simple and elegant.
Another layout for the above room, showing the bed on the right wall, with fewer furniture.
The attached bathroom has similar design elements to the other bathrooms in the home, but has feminine flair that reflects the occupant of the room. A bright painting of a lily on the right-most wall picks up the colors of the backsplash.
The fourth bedroom is also upstairs, and has the same plaster textured walls with one bright blue accent wall on the left. The room features bunk beds and separate spaces for both occupants, along with an adjoining bath.
The adjoining boy’s bathroom has a bronzed mirror above the sink with circular accents. Accents in this room include a sports-themed wall hanging set and other sports-themed wall decorations.
The bonus room on the second floor has been turned into a family room/game room, complete with an entertainment center and a half-bath off the right wall. The small crawl space door on the far wall leads to additional “attic” storage space.
A view of the family room’s bright red velour sectional from the opposite side of the room, showing the spacious game space that is occupied by a ping-pong table. The faux-leather ottoman is light enough to be easily moved out of the way if needed when playing Wii.
The additional bathroom off of the game room has a glass-enclosed tile shower and a framed mirror above the sink. The textured plaster walls are in a neutral ivory and only accented by a single vintage golf advertisement.
A view of the balcony that overlooks the backyard from the exterior, better showing the size of the balcony and the wood and iron railings.
The stone patio at the rear of the home, with a fire pit located in front of the large windows in the great room. A terrace above the seating provides some small protection against the sun. Visible in the background is the in-ground hot tub.
An exterior night view of the home’s exterior, showing the size of the home and the back patio.
The floor plan for the main level, showing the layout of the home’s rooms.
The floor plan for the upper level, showing the bonus room and the storage above the garage.
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