By Lorette Modeste. Home Design. Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 22:22:52 PM.
Accessible home design. The term universal design is also known as accessible house plans or adaptive architecture. This design is known for its spacious rooms and wide hallways. The doorways are typically wide enough to allow easy passage of a wheel chair. The floors are made with non-slippery materials.
However, you can always use your formal dining space as your daily eating area. This room is almost always designed as an adjoining space to the kitchen. Many families have found that living in a home with a formal dining room can be wasted square footage. That is true when you consider the amount of times the room is used on an annual basis.
The five most common home design mistakes you should avoid. Too much distance between the kitchen and garage. Keep it simple. Design the garage layout to be near the kitchen. Having to walk from one end of the house (the garage) to the opposite end of the house (the kitchen) doesn’t sell well with most homeowners or home buyers.
However, this will vary among designers and the dollar amount per square foot tend to increase as the size of the home gets larger. Some building designers charge according to total heated square feet, meaning air conditioned spaces within the home. Others may charge for square footage under roof which include garages, porches, patios, etc.
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