7 shining examples of floor plans for tiny colonial homes

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Colonial homes have been around for centuries, but the style will never cease to be classic and appealing! The designs have a great way of looking timeless, but they’re a perfect representation of the rich architectural history of the United States.

You might think that colonial homes are huge, but they definitely don’t have to be! The following floor plans manage to take all the charm of traditional colonial homes and shrink it down to the perfect, tiny size.
1. Elegant home with columned front entry from ePlans.

This home from ePlans measures 878 square feet (82 square meters), and features charming exterior details like paned windows and a columned front entry. The front door opens into a small foyer with a closet, and a small flight of stairs leads up to the living room. The dining room and a U-shaped kitchen are located at the back of the home. The private living space takes up the left-hand side of the home and includes two bedrooms and a bathroom with a tub.
2. Two-bedroom colonial revival from Floorplans.

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Measuring 923 square feet (86 square meters), this elegant little home from Floorplans has a columned front entry and plenty of large windows. Just inside the front door, a few stairs in the foyer lead up to the main living area. The living room is off to the left of these stairs, while a country-style eat-in kitchen is straight ahead. On the left of the home, two bedrooms share access to a bathroom that features both a shower and a tub.

 

3. Southern-style home with wraparound porch from Family Home Plans.


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Coming in at 848 square feet (79 square meters), this design from Family Home Plans features luxurious touches like a columned wraparound porch and two large walk-in closets in the master bedroom. The front door opens up into the open concept living and dining room, which has built-in bookshelves between the doors on the back wall. A U-shaped kitchen is off to the left of this main living space, while a bathroom with a shower and a linen closet is on the right. The large master suite takes up the back portion of the home.

 

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