Open-Concept 1,000 Sq. Ft. House Plans with 2 Bedrooms
By Aurora Zeledon
Are you or your clients thinking about building a starter home, downsizing, or just keeping things budget-friendly? Open-concept 1,000 sq. ft. house plans with 2 bedrooms come in many styles.
Small house plans often have open layouts to make the most of space. Here are some of our favorites.
Here's another version of a very popular plan with two bedrooms. This particular design adds a carport for parking or storage. Inside, the guest bedroom (which would also make a great home office) opens to a full bathroom to create a private suite for family members or friends. Meanwhile, the primary suite showcases a roll-in shower, two sinks, and a big walk-in closet.
Isn't this farmhouse charming? Board-and-batten siding and brick add fun accents on the exterior. The very-open layout flows from the island kitchen to the great room, where decorative ceiling beams draw the eye up. Step out to the rear porch to enjoy the day. The private main suite features a large closet and two sinks.
With an exceptionally simple footprint, this home design should help keep costs under control. Click through to see interior renderings to get an idea of what it would feel like to live here. We love the front and back porches and the bright, open layout of the living zone.
Here's another one with interior renderings. Maybe you or your clients don't want a really open layout. This one has nice flow from the kitchen to the dining area and out to the grilling porch. Nearby, the great room creates the "wow" moment with a vaulted ceiling. Two bedrooms share the hall bath, while a half bath is available for dinner guests to use.
If parking is a priority, check out this one-story design. There's a side-loading garage with room for two cars. In front, a wide covered porch creates a neighborhood-friendly vibe. In back, a deck and covered porch create even more opportunities for relaxing outside. The primary suite inside treats homeowners to a private bathroom with two sinks, a tub, and a separate shower.
Building on a sloping lot? This adorable home design gives you a walkout basement that you can finish later (or now!) to give more room. Meanwhile, the main level holds two bedrooms, a vaulted living room, the laundry room, and more.
Here's an on-trend barndominium style with space to store an RV. On the ground level, it's all about parking and storage, with room for a workshop. The upper level holds the living spaces, which are very open. Two bedrooms share a hall bath.