By Fernande Jeannette. Home Plan. Published at Saturday, April 28th, 2018 - 18:05:53 PM.
Bringing Exterior Material Indoors. This technique – using exterior siding, roofing or trim inside a home – has long been core to custom homes. Now it’s increasingly employed in mainstream housing to create a unified design theme. Using cultured stone to wrap the fireplace, the same stone used for exterior walls, is the most common technique.
Every homeowner has gone through it you choose a home that you think will be ideal for you and your family and once you move into, you wonder, why doesn’t this floor plan work for us? Many homeowners make common mistakes when looking for the best floor plan to fit their needs. Whether you are getting ready to design your floor plan with an architect or you are house hunting to look for the perfect home, take a look at these 10 floor plan mistakes and learn how to avoid them! Plus you should also learn about : 10 of The Most Common Interior Design Mistakes to Avoid!
Emphasis on the Outdoors, This sleek, small home (plan 484-6) opens along most of its side to flow seamlessly onto the impressive deck. Here's a look from inside: Wow! Can't you imagine this at a lakefront or mountain location? The bedroom even has room for a queen or king bed.
Each area should have a statement element. Create a Feature in Each Area. Creating a standout design feature in each area will not only help to define each space but also make your room shine.
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