In a recent poll conducted by Trulia, 43% of total respondents identified the Craftsman style as their favorite home exterior. According to the poll, Millennials especially gravitated towards the style—its focus on natural materials, unique details, and functional design winning out over nearly every other style. It's a fact—the preferred stylings of the Arts and Crafts movement is having a revival moment, along with its close rival—the Farmhouse.
YOUR HOUSE, YOUR STYLE
All in the Details
Together, these elevations share common ground: prominent front porches, wide overhanging eaves, and an approachability that can't help but invite others in for a closer look.
We’ve heard the consensus loud and clear—and Adair Homes has added Craftsman and Farmhouse exterior elevations to a number of our most popular plans. These versatile, family-friendly plans have been upgraded so that your home can reflect the real you! How do we do it? By utilizing modern design esthetics and high-quality building materials.
Here's a sneak peak into Adair Homes’ architectural design studio renderings; enjoy!
The Craftsman exterior package shows the difference is in the details, with open porches, a high-pitched gable roof, and projecting eaves. It uses natural materials, and many of our Craftsman packages include the tell-tale exposed wood columns and beams on the front porch. Also of special note are the divided lite windows.
• Timber frame detailing with metal accents at front porch areas.
• Combination of James Hardie© Board and Batt siding, Lap siding, Cedar shake and rough
timber corbels on the front elevation, lap siding around the sides and back.
• Re-Sawn porch posts and beams with decorative black hardware and built out column bases.
• Wayne Dalton© Sonoma series door with arrow style hardware and clear glass lites.
• Therma-Tru© Craftsman 3-lite door fiberglass door with integrated side lite Therma-Tru©
Classic-Craft 3-lite stainable fiberglass door with Dentil rail and integrated clear glass side lite.
• IKO© Shingle Roofing with combination of 6:12 and 8:12 pitch.
A modern take on the classic farmhouse design. It refers to a simpler, utilitarian design with gabled rooflines and simple exterior finishes to give it a cleaner look. It brings up memories of the past, but with streamlined modern materials. Like the classic farmhouses we have incorporated covered porch areas into our designs.
• James Hardie© Board and Batt siding on the front elevation, lap siding around the sides and
• James Hardie© 5/4x4 trim around the front windows (square frame).
• Eyebrow roofs over garage door and specified window locations with decorative corbels.
• Tight-knot cedar porch posts with angled brackets at top.
• Bead board soffit at front porch ceilings.
• Therma-Tru© Shaker style front door with integrated side lite - simple style, clean look.
• Divided lite windows to match divided lites in front door.
• Wayne Dalton© Charleston panel garage door with arrow hardware.
• IKO© Shingle Roofing.
We invite you to view the rest of our Adair Homes online look-book. We are proud to build legacies—through innovative designs, a personal touch, and materials that matter. Our unique building process makes the most of your hard-earned money and creates a quality-built home that will keep its value for years to come. If you're considering a custom home, you’ve come to the right place.
About Adair Homes
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At Adair Homes, our mission states: it is our privilege to build our customers the home they have always dreamed of. We believe in providing the greatest value for our customer’s dollar and finding innovative ways to value engineer homes. We believe that we can offer an outstanding customer experience that is both enjoyable and rewarding—and offer this one-of-a-kind customer experience as the largest on-your-lot builder in the West. For more info, get in touch with us here or call 1-844-518-7072.