Cottage house plans yield shelters that are mainly for vacation. They are usually small. These types of shelters are warm, cozy, and cater to one family. They provide open space and light to make the home look bigger. The shelters are constructed using bricks, stones, and wood. The interiors are plain and simple with well designed pitched roofs. It may have an asymmetrical layout.
The ceiling is usually high. The second floor has a living room, an equipped kitchen, and a dining area. The Caribbean type is cheap, easy to build, and is long-lasting. The materials needed for the foundation include sand, blocks, stone, steel, and cement. The Caribbean kit can be easily used by the builders under the guidance of experts.
The Caribbean cottage house plans have walls and different floors. They are finished with paint on the exterior and the interior of the home. The different plans are designed to resist earthquakes and adverse weather. The eating bar is detached from the living room and the kitchen. The plan may have a separate garage that accommodates two cars.
The kitchen has a chimney made of stone and assorted gables. Some plans allow the combination of the kitchen and the living room. The main entry leads to a large clandestine. Some cottage house plans yield shelters with double doors. These double doors lead to the master suite. The master suite has an attached private bathroom. It has access to the veranda. The bedrooms on the second level are attached to the terrace or galleries.