House Plans

How to Read House Plans

Reading house plans is a crucial skill when you’re involved in the process of building or renovating a home. House plans, also known as blueprints or floor plans, are detailed drawings that represent the layout and design of a building. It may seem complex at first, but focusing on individual components can make the learning process more manageable. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you read house plans:

Rilynn Plan 1589 | Updated Renderings

The Rilynn house plan 1589 has a new look!

This simple modern farmhouse design from Donald A. Gardner Architects is enhanced by board-and-batten siding, bold gable brackets, and a statement-making red front door. The front entry garage and small footprint work well for lots with limited space.

Astaire Plan 1286 | Updated Renderings

The Astaire house plan 1286 has a new look!

With its range of expansion possibilities and adaptable floor plan, The Astaire house plan from Donald A. Gardner Architects delivers luxury that works for everyone. Stone accents provide a textural contrast to this classic one-story home, while a front porch with columns brings a bit of southern charm.