By Lorette Modeste. Home Design. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 07:12:06 AM.
People, both old and young, can actually enjoy the features of a universal design for homes. The extra space can actually be enhanced by natural decors to give the whole house a relaxed feeling. In fact, this design is actually dubbed as the house of the future due to the features and the advantages it has.
As fun as redoing the rooms in your home can be, it’s also a little intimidating. After all, it’s not easy to take an old space and have it come out like something that could be featured on HGTV. There are so many different factors to consider. How do you even know where to begin?
There was once a time when the exterior of homes were conceived before the interior. In general, the typical homes were either a box or rectangle. The exterior only had to be defined as an architectural style during the design process. A simple square, rectangle, or combination of the two were established in a workable overall size and then the rooms were carved out within these forms. This basic theory is still true; however, as time and lifestyles changed this approach to floor plan layouts did as well.
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.
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