2 Bedroom Adobe House Plans. Adobe-style homes were first built with adobe (bricks of tightly compacted earth, clay and straw). Adobe style, also known as Pueblo Revival, is characterized by massive stucco walls with rounded edges and exposed timber beams and supports.
The interior plans are designed with space in mind, opting to keep the family room, the dining room and the kitchen in the same area without walls interrupting the flow. Southwest home plans typically have smooth exterior walls consisting of stucco, wood or brick. Often made of Adobe brick (sun-dried desert clay), these designs feature coarse log ceiling beams, tile floors, wooden lintels.
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Adobe house plans are modeled on the pueblos of the American Indians who originally populated the southwest.
You may be surprised at how upscale some of these homes are, especially ones that include offices and bonus rooms for extra space when needed. The Adobe style is a regional architectural style of the Southwest which draws inspiration from the Pueblo and Spanish Missions in New Mexico. Whether you're starting a family or want to downsize after your kids leave the nest, we have the perfect floor plan for your new construction.