Modern house design originated after World War II, as simple, affordable designs with clean lines and minimal clutter. Simple windows were used, along with metal and concrete. These homes may be known as contemporary in some areas. Around 1980, post-modern homes began to combine elements of different styles for suburban customers, often with the garage protruding at the front. These floor plans could contain vaulted ceilings and interesting window treatments. Here we present a collection of homes for today's family. Many of these homes do have the clean lines of the 1950s and 1960s. Others have the style combinations of the 1980s and 1990s. All of these modern home plans could be found in any city or suburb in North America.