Farmhouse, Craftsman, Modern, Traditional...What's your style?
April 10, 2019
Finding the perfect neighborhood and choosing a floor plan that fits your needs are important pieces of the puzzle when searching for a new home. But when you really want to express your style and tastes, it's all about the exterior elevation. That's why Ideal Homes works hard to give home buyers plenty of options that will match your aesthetic. Because you're keeping an eye on the trends through Pinterest, Instagram, or your favorite home design shows, we want to make sure we have options to exceed your expectations. We've even developed specific elevations to meet the styles home buyers are searching for. That's why we began developing the Farmhouse, Craftsman, and Modern elevations. To keep an authentic Farmhouse and Craftsman feel, you’ll get to choose from pre-packaged color selections curated by our designers. Farmhouse - Our Farmhouse exteriors give you that Chip and Joanna Gaines feel with details that might include board and batten siding. rustic porch railings and columns, exposed rafter tails, wraparound porches, and painted brick. Check out some of our Farmhouse Elevations - Abernathy Farmhouse, Cambridge Farmhouse, Gillcrest Farmhouse, Ashworth Farmhouse, Prescott Farmhouse, Jacobson Farmhouse, Orwell Farmhouse, Newbury Farmhouse, and Quinlan Farmhouse. Craftsman - Our Craftsman exteriors include things like stone base columns, varying siding types, metal dormer roofs, and classic craftsman styling. Our Craftsman Elevations include the Orwell Craftsman, Newbury Craftsman, Prescott Craftsman, Abernathy Craftsman, Jacobson Craftsman, Gillcrest Craftsman, and Quinlan Craftsman. Modern - Modern exteriors feature details like clean lines, single lite windows, horizontal railings, and glass front doors. Some examples are the Abernathy Modern, Jacobson Modern, Orwell Modern, and Quinlan Modern. No matter what your style is, Ideal Homes is here to help you find a great home. Contact Elena to get more information or to set up a time to see some of these elevations in person.