By Iwona Nowicka. Home Design. Published at Saturday, December 16th, 2017 - 10:59:00 AM.
That said, when you’re planning a design project, the first thing you should consider is what you need your newly designed room to do. For example, in the picture above, you can see that in addition to the sleeping space, there’s a seating area that can be used for reading. Before you start on a new project, it’s important to take inventory of the existing design. In particular, you should make note of all the things you like about the room. Not only will this give you a realistic view of your starting point, but it will also help you decide if there are any features that you can incorporate into the new look.
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.
In the typical home today, such examples as stated above would destroy the house plan traffic patterns of the design. Corridors or hallways are necessary whether we like to have them or not. They connect the rooms of the home and provide passage. The goal is to minimize hallways as much as possible but not affect the overall function of the home. I’m sure that many of you could come up with many more designing flaws. However, the aforementioned common home design mistakes are far too common place these days.
On the other hand, a Craftsman style home is more relaxed with a simple and informal design. Trim detail is modest and the home is ideal for homeowners who appreciate flexibility in design, materials, and finish. One thing they share is that they are proven to stand the test of time in terms of being relevant architecturally. These home plan designs remain in style despite the trendy phases of home design industry.
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