Prairie-style home plans came of age around the turn of the twentieth century. Often associated with one of the giants in design, Frank Lloyd Wright, prairie-style houses were designed to blend in with the flat prairie landscape. The typical prairie-style house plan has sweeping horizontal lines and wide open floor plans. Other common features of this style include overhanging eaves, rows of small windows, one-story projections and in many cases a central chimney. Our prairie-style home plan collection represents work from a number of designers. You’ll find designs featuring many different exteriors and shapes. All of them will share some similarities of the original prairie-style home designs from the early and mid-twentieth century with upgrades we’ve all come to enjoy today.