By Iwona Nowicka. Home Design. Published at Friday, April 06th, 2018 - 06:21:53 AM.
Designing a home is something that takes years of practice. Coming up with a good house design takes even longer to achieve. Sure, most of us can come up with plenty of design ideas with thumbnail sketches or back of the napkin drawings. However, there is a difference between abstract concepts and actual measured designs.
How do you want the room to function? If you’re a regular reader of Freshome, you know we say this all the time, but it bears repeating: function comes first in interior design. Always. The reason is because – no matter how much your rooms look like they belong in the pages of a magazine – if they don’t work the way you need them to, you won’t be happy.
There are so many elements that go into designing the perfect home. The home design architecture depends on many factors, with symmetry and proportion being at the very top of the list. As any designer will tell you, the eventually look of a home can only be as good as its foundations. Homes that are designed and constructed in the right way, from the ground up, have much greater potential than those that are constructed in a haphazard manner. No remodel can make up for an initially poor construction, which is why choosing the right home designer and contractor is so important.
Each home is viewed different to each homeowner. What may be a perfect layout for you may not work so well for others. That being said, most designer house plans are designed within the broad scope of how most families will use a home. To ensure your home is livable for your family and good enough to attract buyers in resale, you will need to avoid certain design pitfalls.
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