By Lorette Modeste. Home Design. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 07:27:43 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.
As we get older, our parents start to get older also. It’s hard to fathom, but eventually our parents will get to where every day around-the-house actions become difficult. Arthritis, limited mobility, declining eyesight and more can start to make life difficult. Many elderly people spend most of their time inside their homes. Therefore, those small around-the-house actions are what they do almost all day long. Nobody wants their parent’s golden years to be more difficult than what it has to be. However, designing a house for the elderly from the ground up is something that most of us cannot afford. Luckily, there are many ways of designing homes from the inside out to adapt an existing home for elderly the elderly residence.
A very well conceived home design starts with how the home will function from day to day. The residing family will determine that function. The flow of the floor plan should present easy traffic navigation and comfortably sized rooms.
We can’t say enough good things about Nordic design. Though this aesthetic has been around since the post-World War II era — and even longer in Northern Europe — it has recently experienced a sharp spike in popularity. Since the look is defined by clean lines, chic minimalism and an overall airy feel, it’s not hard to see why so many are intent on bringing a Scandinavian feel to their interiors.
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