Welcome to our gallery featuring images of the spectacular Modern Spring Valley Prairie Style Home Design.
This is an enormously beautiful and functionally valuable home, a sprawling modern primarypiece.
The stunning architecture resonates with exquisite style and grace, spreading rich materials and a thorough attention to detail throughout its interior. An open floor plan connects every elegant space into a singular, flowing presence.
The home features high vaulted ceilings over the airy floor plan, allowing for an expansive atmosphere and sense of scale. With over 4,000 square feet, the home has room to spare between its clean white walls.
Sporting five bedrooms, three and a half baths, and a two-car attached garage, there’s no shortage of utility and room to breathe. Bookended by covered porches on the front and rear of the facade, the home itself sprawls with an inviting clarity.
In addition to the requisites, the home features a large recreation room, an exercise room, a fully functional home office, and a library/media room. These richly appointed spaces add a frank utilitarian value in addition to enhancing the style and feel of the interior.
The actual structure of the home emphasizes traditional materials set into novel configurations and layouts. The surprise and beauty of modern design is melded perfectly with the timeless elements of construction.
This smart approach to design reaps elegant rewards, with a thematically rich and cohesive sense of style within and without the home. The clean lines and sharp edges frame an open, inviting space that counters sprawl with minimalism and efficiency.
This home design is a fantastic project ripe for anyone to take on, with the plans included below and in the article linked at the top. Take a moment to appreciate the blueprints after you’ve feasted your eyes on the sumptuous home itself.
Viewing the home on approach, we can see the intricately placed windows dotting the complex, textured exterior. The singular neutral color palette anchors the modern structure.
On the rear of the home, the windows are much larger. This allows for panoramic views of the countryside while maintaining privacy. The large sheltered patio can be seen wrapping around several rooms.
The rich tile flooring of the patio nicely meshes with the light natural wood and concrete surfaces of the home. Large windows and glass doors are framed in black, for a splash of contrast.
Moving inside, we find view in the central open plan space, facing the front entryway. Rich hardwood flooring spreads between minimalist white walls for a rich sense of contrast.
Turning the opposite direction, we see the much larger windows on the rear of the home, along with views across the surrounding landscape. The white walls frame this richly crafted interior while allowing attention to be drawn to the furniture.
Across the open expanse, the kitchen wraps around a corner of the home. Light hued natural wood cabinetry contrasts with beige backsplash and white countertops for a nuanced, rich appearance.
Peering over the immense kitchen island, we can see the living room in the distance and the dining area at right. The raised ceiling in this area allows for larger window openings and the attendant increase in natural light.
The open staircase design is compact, practical, and aesthetically pleasing, allowing the surrounding natural wood flooring to take precedence.
Framed in the sprawl of the open-plan space, the metallic stair structure makes for both a unique visual detail and unobtrusive access to the upper floor. Through the stair void, we can see plentiful natural light spilling in.
With black framed windows and doorways, a slim element of contrast informs the surroundings. The furniture itself adds a dose of restrained color to the interior.
The living and dining areas each hold sliding glass doors for direct patio access, as well as large windows in between. The extra high ceiling here allows for an airy atmosphere and extra daylight.
The living room centers on a thick beige area rug and dark leather sectional sofa, with a pair of X-design steel and glass tables that emphasize the modern style.
Next to the staircase, we see a slim study area that leads the transition into a mud room.
At the top of the stairs, we come to a more private relaxing space, parked behind a large sliding panel door. Large windows in this area enhance the airy style.
This smaller family room centers on a blue L-shaped sectional that’s paired with a large leather ottoman. Artwork adorns the walls below the vaulted ceiling.
The primary bath sports light wood cabinetry matching that found in the kitchen, which contrasts with a glass enclosed walk-in shower design. The bathroom also plays host to a traditional free standing pedestal tub in white.
The primary bedroom enjoys expansive outdoor views courtesy of large corner windows, taking up nearly a quarter of the room. A richly patterned bed spread offers a nice contrast to the neutral hues surrounding.
A smaller bathroom features the same light wood cabinetry and white countertops, with a large glass-enclosed walk-in shower. A slim horizontal window allows for natural illumination in the shower itself.
Here’s the upper level family room without furniture, to give a sense of the scale and minimalist design that informs the home.
Now we move into the large two stall garage, which wraps its cavernous space around the interior of the home, for extra storage.
The garage doors themselves feature smoked glass panels, allowing it to emit light onto the driveway and create a more welcoming entryway for the homeowners.
With fir trees surrounding the property, the beige and grey home sinks into the landscape preternaturally.
Moving back into the surrounding landscape, we can see the home glowing outward via the immense windows dotting the facade. The subtle palette of the exterior helps it blend into the environment.
Here is the ground level floor plan, detailing the open design and cohesive layout of the home.
The second, smaller floor hangs over the central area of the home, as seen above.
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