By Lorette Modeste. Home Design. Published at Monday, March 26th, 2018 - 16:15:49 PM.
Once you know which design elements you’re looking to change, take this exercise at step further and ask yourself why you don’t like them. If you can nail down the reasons, it may help you change these factors for the better moving forward. Now, here’s the fun part: the style of your new space! After you have the template of your new design figured out, you’re free to move on to aesthetics.
However, you can always use your formal dining space as your daily eating area. This room is almost always designed as an adjoining space to the kitchen. Many families have found that living in a home with a formal dining room can be wasted square footage. That is true when you consider the amount of times the room is used on an annual basis.
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.
Greek Revival Home Plans. Greek revival home plans have been very popular, especially in the United States, for over two hundred years. People are just drawn to the character of Greek Revival homes in general. Although they draw on architectural principles and design language that go back to Classical Greece, the revival of these forms is as American as apple pie.
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