By Iwona Nowicka. Home Design. Published at Thursday, January 25th, 2018 - 21:49:27 PM.
The larger rooms can then be use as a dual or multipurpose room. For example, you can design a bedroom layout that can easily be used as a home office if the bedroom is not needed for sleeping purposes. By designing in this manner, you make your spaces more flexible for future use. In the event of resale, you attract a larger pool of home buyers who can see their own options for that space.
Having 10 foot, 12 foot, or 14 foot tall walls can break up the monotony of a single level building quite nicely if done sparingly and in-line with the styles of architecture you are mimicking. The third exterior option is to use tall windows to break up the horizontal lines. By doing so it allow your eyes to travel vertical giving you a sense of height.
Mudroom – Provides the homeowner a place to use as a buffer between the outdoors and the homes interior. Mudrooms serve as a docking area to drop off keys, jackets & coats, dirty shoes, umbrellas, and other knick-knack items without dragging these things into the main part of the home. Bonus room – If the floor plan design allows for this, by all means, include this space. A house plans with a bonus room has a built-in addition already included in the design. It gives the homeowners the ability to personalize this room to their liking, with bonus room ideas of their own.
Choppy room configuration. The need for multiple rooms is another of those common home design mistakes. Don’t create too many designated rooms for specific use. This design theory make for bad use of square footage. Consider using fewer rooms and making them larger.
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