A collection of abstract, complicated ideas and stray thoughts that seem impossible to nail down in your own head, let alone attempt to communicate to a builder.
You thought this was supposed to be fun, but now you’re drowning in Pinterest boards and possibilities, wondering what’s even the right first step.
Because building your home begins in such an abstract and question-filled way, we've found that being able to sit down with something like a physical house plan book can be the difference between dreaming and doing.
We’re all for digital tools, but for a process as intensive as choosing the right home for you and your family, we find that nothing beats a physical book. Something tangible that you can pore over on the couch with a glass of wine, dogear the pages, or even sketch out your own customizations and jot down ideas and questions.
That's why we assembled The Complete Home Collection into a bound book. As you gather ideas, you can take your time looking at real floor plans, gaining a sense of how you want to live and what you want your home to feel like.
The right home will strike a chord that rings true to you. You’ll get an intuitive understanding of how you and your family will feel inhabiting that space, and how your home can support your lifestyle and your goals.
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A NOTE ON SQUARE FOOTAGES: We've changed the way we consider square footage since publishing The Complete Home Collection. We previously listed main and upper level square footages only—as noted in the book—and considered lower level square footage as optional.
We have since begun including all finished, heated areas that are illustrated in our home concepts and house plans in the total living square footage, including lower levels when shown as finished (please see our Frequently Asked Questions for more on this). We are working on updating our house plan books to reflect this change, but wanted to explain any discrepancies between the book and website square footages in the meantime!