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Modern Home Design

Transitional Home Design

English Home Design

Farm Home & Colonial Design

French Home Design

Mediterranean Home Design

Modern Home Design

Modern homes can be described in a number of ways. Our modern home designs usually stay with clean geometric forms and designs while providing a crisp clean exterior.
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Transitional Home Design

These homes derive for the classic English and traditional homes, but an effort is made to keep the details more to a minimum, creating a more simple approach to the design , somewhat Modern and clean lined.
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English Home Design

Characterized by steeply pitched roofs, cross timbers in the gables, narrow tall windows, and often elaborate chimneys with chimney pots. Stone, brick and stucco are used in many combinations as well. Windows are sometime diamond paned with transom windows above.
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Farm Home & Colonial Design

The Farm Home style is taken from what we call the old farm house, but with new clean lines, large open windows, big porches and open concept living inside, with large kitchens and rustic interiors. Big gables with windows is common and portions of the home have shed lower pitch roofs. They are usually bricked and painted and the use of siding is common on the porches and gables. Many styles exist in the Colonial term, Georgian, Federal, Southern colonial which is what we see in Mississippi and Alabama, as well as country homes here In Oklahoma with large porches wrapping around the home. The homes shown here are more of the Georgian classic style.

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French Home Design

Typical roof style is a steeply pitched hip roof with a sweep out at the lower eaves. Arched windows, arched doorways and shutters are common. Sometimes timbered beams with corbels adorn the doorways, and stone is a common exterior as well as stucco.
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Mediterranean Home Design

Low pitch roofs often covered with tile and wide overhangs is characteristic. Half round arched doorways and windows are common. Many forms exist and often have a Spanish influence. Stucco is a common exterior
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