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Open-concept floor plans are at the top of many homebuyer lists. They are a staple in any contemporary home and have a lot of benefits. Find out what an open-concept floorplan is and a few reasons why this type of layout might be exactly what you and your family are looking for when finding a new home in Texas.


What Is an Open-Concept Floorplan

One of the most requested features in new homes today is an open-concept layout. This floor plan allows the living spaces to seamlessly flow together without walls and doors separating the rooms. Traditionally, older homes do not have a design with this kind of open living and have each room sectioned off with walls. An open-concept floor plan allows you to easily move from room to room and helps make the home feel larger and more connected. 


Open Floor Home Plan: The Pros

Homes with open floorplans have been all the rage for years now, and there are a few reasons for that. Here are some benefits of open concept living:


More Natural Light

By removing the walls and doors, you also allow the space to be filled with more natural light. Natural light can truly transform how the area looks and feels. More natural light has been proven to improve your mood, increase your productivity, and help you sleep better at night. 


Better Flow

With fewer walls and doors, it is easier to navigate and use the space for multiple functions. You can cook dinner while the kids play in the living room or entertain guests while you grab them a drink. An open-concept floor plan allows you to flow seamlessly throughout the main living areas of your home. 

A more open layout also allows you to incorporate design elements that may not work in a more closed-off home. Tying in elements from different areas of your home to bring together a cohesive feel and theme will make a statement from the moment you walk in. 


More Flexibility

Families grow, kids get older, life happens, and your home needs to be able to evolve with it. Open-concept floor plans allow you to have flexibility so that your living space works for you and your family now and in the future. 

If you have small children, converting a dining area to a play space may make more sense, but switching it to a home office once they are older allows you to utilize the room no matter what is going on in your life.


Flexibility is key when finding a place to put down roots and an open floor plan allows you to transform the space to fit your current needs. 


Open-concept floor plans are an essential part of any modern home. Check out our available homes and floor plans to find your idea of home! 

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