By Iwona Nowicka. Home Design. Published at Sunday, December 17th, 2017 - 16:19:41 PM.
Washing and drying cloths is a frequent routine for every homeowner. So it goes without saying, although I will, that you should plan for the best laundry room location in your home design. It’s all apart of designing the perfect floor plan.
Whether your basement is that deep, dark dungeon beneath your home, or if it has a wall that is well above ground and able to see the light, if your basement remains unfinished and unused, you are wasting valuable space. For the most part, basements are the part of a home that goes completely unused. They are known for their exposed joists, cold concrete floors, and visible insulation. We can not forget about that really scary looking spider web in the corner.
To that end, you want to make sure the colors you choose are subdued. Stick to pastel shades and go heavy on neutrals. If you’d like to add a bit more color, icy blues and Millennial Pink are particularly popular shades.
If you are open to more than one home style, then your floor plan design can ultimately determine the best architecture style for your home. For example, an asymmetrical floor plan with multiple offsets, plate heights, or an unusual design configurations may suggest a Spanish Eclectic style home. On the other hand, this floor plan may also work with a Queen Anne Victorian home. Likewise, it can easily work with a Tudor home, or a very ornate Chateauesque home style. In this example, the floor plan design influence the exterior option of architectural styles.
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