The house you dream of can be yours. Let yourself go with your dreams and then let the house plans you choose fit the dream.
All of us, at some time in our lives, have dreamed of living in a luxury home. What does the luxurious home of your dreams look like? How is it laid out, and what rooms will be inside it? Can you imagine it right away, or do you need to look at some house plans to get you started?
Let’s start with the rooms – what do you dream of? How many bedrooms will you have in your house plans? How many bathrooms? How big will they be, and what will be inside them? Walk-in closets, of course, an en suite spa with whirlpool tubs and a steam room. Beautiful, but dream bigger. How about a grand entertainment room with a big screen and comfortable arm chairs, a yoga studio or an exercise room—or both?
You will need servants’ quarters in your house plans, a butler’s pantry, and guest quarters. You’ll want them. Your dream house is going to attract a lot of guests. So you’ll also want a big kitchen with a chef and doors opening out into the garden beyond for fresh vegetables and herbs.
Just imagine these other elements of your house plans: the entry way, the long, curving driveway with the shiny sporty car parked in front, the steps leading up to the front entrance with its grand doors made of polished wood and glass that sweep open to reveal a graceful, curving staircase leading up to the second floor. Oh, and you’ll want an elevator, too, so that staircase doesn’t get all cluttered up with people. The elevator will lead down into the wine cellar, which you will keep stocked with all the best of France and Italy.
There will be a beautiful view, naturally, and landscaping. Think carefully planned, meticulously kept landscaping with cut green lawns, stone pathways, and courtyards. How about a tennis court, or swimming pool, or trails through the trees? Don’t forget to include the landscaping in your house plans.
There must be a library in your house plans. One with walls of books and sliding ladders moving along the shelves. There should be long wooden tables in the center of the room, comfy armchairs off to one side, near the fireplace, and windows that let in the light and the view.
What do you think? Is that your luxury house? Can you dream it bigger? Or is that too much house for your family? Even if a luxury house may not be where you’re heading, you don’t have to let go of all of your ideas. You can enjoy some of these elements in any of the house plans that may become your dream house. You can build in some of the features, the ones that are important to you and your family, and let the others go. Monster House Plans has a lot of house plans to choose from—over 22,000 are available. One of those might be your dream home, but if none of them are quite right, they can be. All plans can be modified to your desires, tweaked to become your dream. They have an architect available who has a lot of experience and has heard it all. He can answer all your questions and make sure that the home you dream of is the one you plan.