Farmhouse style is a phrase used in magazines, architectural designs and more. Is it a style, a concept, or a floor plan? We think it is all of those and more!
Just like the land they originally occupied, the term “farmhouse” was the workhorse of home styles. With interest in a simpler, “back to basics” lifestyle, many home buyers today are interested in building and living a “farmhouse” lifestyle—whether they are situated on a large parcel of land, live in a rural area, or located in a suburban neighborhood.
Having the right floor plan to start is essential to achieving the farmhouse style that so many desire. Farmhouse floor plans should be organized around a spacious eat-in kitchen and have an emphasis on woodsy informality. Derived from practical, functional approach, achieving this style is a breeze with the following Trinity Homes floor plans.
A welcoming front porch invites you into this desirable farmhouse style floor plan. With a spacious, open concept design, this floor plan offers an expansive two-story great room that opens up to a large eat-in kitchen—ideal for large family gatherings. Click here for a tour.
Eye-catching gables, stunning pillars, and sizeable three-car garage are just the beginning for this quintessential farmhouse style floor plan. Once inside, gaze from the foyer through the two-story great room, straight to the back where you can see an outdoor living area inviting everyone to a barbecue. The large eat-in kitchen, complete with large island, is ideal for quaint gatherings or large parties and allows the master chef to converse with guests while preparing meals. Click here for a tour.
Beautifully crafted, this home is filled with style-setting details—a front porch flanked by double columns and a gabled roofline. The kitchen is equipped with an abundance of cabinet and counter space, and the multi-level floor plan offers plenty of space for everyone in the family to enjoy. Click here for a tour.
This quaint floor plan offers a great use of space using an open-concept approach and farmhouse design features like a large eat-in kitchen. Other features include cathedral ceilings, large pantry and, of course, a fireplace. Click here for a tour.
You don’t need to live on a farm to enjoy the features of a farmhouse style home. Start with choosing the right floor plan—it is one of the most important decisions a homeowner can make! Whether you are looking for an old-world estate farmhouse or a quaint, simple farmhouse, a semi-custom Trinity Homes floor plan has what you need to achieve your dream home style.
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