By Roxanne Maurel. House Plans. Published at Wednesday, November 13th, 2019 - 19:10:42 PM.
The essence of cottage interiors is the blending of the familiar with the fresh – with matching your grandmother’s heritage silverware with your contemporary style plate or an antique chiffonier with up-to-date casements. Mixing the old with the new adds patina and personality to a cottage home and makes a unique statement about the owner.
Evenings and nights can be cool or even cold on the beach depending on the season. If your budget allows, a fireplace in an outdoor living area can be the perfect solution. Fire against the backdrop of the ocean is a classical allusion and can add to the beauty of your beach house floor plan.
For example, many coastal home plans created for homes on the southern East coast (think Florida) are crafted with the idea that the home will be on stilts as a measure to help guard against hurricanes and other tropical storms. Stucco exterior styles or Mediterranean styles are not uncommon of coastal home plans fashioned for customers living on the West Coast. Many beach house plans also include special features such as large bay windows and outdoor living spaces.
The next step will be to gather your materials. Some barn house plans will list all the materials needed for the project. If not you can decide which materials are needed based on your needs for the project. You will more than likely need wood measured out to the specifics of the plans, metal for the frame and concrete if you decide to lay a concrete floor. You will also need material for the roof.
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