Do you remember when the Mediterranean style trend started in the 1990s? Mediterranean house plans were all the rage. Entire communities with landscape-inspired home colors, mosaic tiles, and ornate hardware could be found dotted throughout the country. Home furnishing and décor stores were stocked with large-scale furnishings and dark metal accessories.
Always maintaining its appeal, in recent years the Mediterranean style has gravitated towards a sleeker look. While key elements such as tile roofs, stucco walls and arches remain, the designs are cleaner with more straight lines. Take for instance one of the Sater Design Collection’s newest home plans, the “Kelston”.
The Bermuda shutters create a less formal, breezy coastal look to the exterior of this 3042 square foot Mediterranean house plan.
Inside, the dining area reflects a simpler design with modern Mediterranean decor. The dining room opens to the outdoor kitchen and seating area, ensuring plentiful space for family and guests.
Many people are drawn to the Mediterranean style because of its beauty and rustic elegance. The modern Mediterranean home combines traditional features with a more streamlined look for those who desire a more contemporary design, such as in Sater Design’s “Monterchi”.
When blending nature with entertaining is a priority, the open floor plan and wall of sliders to the outdoors makes this the ideal Mediterranean house plan.
Traditional wrought iron railings combined with white and light gray tones provide contrast and depth, yet an airy feeling to the interior of this home.
Whether you prefer a traditional Mediterranean house plan or a more modern version, the Sater Design Collection has the pre-drawn Mediterranean house plan to suit your needs. Find a plan that's almost perfect but not quite your dream home? Most any plan can be changed with our modification services. Questions? Call us today!