By Luisella Alfonsina. Home Design. Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 16:06:02 PM.
While families with teenagers and young adults prefer to have bedrooms separated from each other. If you’re house hunting, these factors will be important when choosing a home to move into. Assess your current floor plan and what the pros and cons are. You may like it, or would prefer to try a different one.
Open floor plans allows for more natural light: Since many interior walls are reduced to half walls or are removed totally, natural light from windows can reach further in to the house. For those of you trying to renovate your home to achieve more natural light into interior spaces, think about removing (non-load bearing) walls. This will bring in more light and will make your home feel more spacious.
Single Level Vs Multiple Levels - Whether or not your new house has only one level or more is really a personal decision. Some people really enjoy having single level living with no stairs to climb up and down. Some people prefer the more traditional cape and colonial home styles with bedrooms on the second floor. Some land sites are quite small and someone looking for decent square footage may only be able to build a multi-level house. If you think you may retire and live in your house as you get older the single level house may appeal to you.
You will draw rooms to scale; one box per foot is good. Measure your rooms, doors, windows, heat and air cooling appliances. Draw the outlines of the rooms according to scale.
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