By . Floor Plan. Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 17:54:31 PM.
Imagine how the plan will feel and work when you are doing the things that define your life. When planning your dream home, there is a tendency to value the unusual occurrences (greeting important guests at the entry, hosting a wedding dinner…) and less about regular daily use (taking off muddy boots, paying the bills). A truly successful home feels great every day. Think clearly about what your current (and past) house did well, not just where it falls short. A new house can add what is missing while providing many or all of the experiences that you appreciate in your current house.
The dining room is becoming a dinosaur, but if it's still important for holiday gatherings, why not treat it as an alcove off the main living space, where it can add spaciousness even when not in use.
The walls are the strongest visual elements in a floor plan. Walls are represented by parallel lines and may be solid or filled with a pattern. Breaks in walls indicate doors, windows and openings between rooms.
This home fits well on an urban infill typical city lot. It has neighborhood-friendly front and back covered porches and features a dramatic two story living room that is overlooked by an upstairs hall and an upstairs studio/bedroom. The main floor plan is wide open and very flexible.The house features a large optional basement rec room with a large terraced window well for great daylighting
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