By Barna Nora. Home Design. Published at Tuesday, December 19th, 2017 - 14:50:37 PM.
It’s not for me to tell you how to use the space in your home, but I would be remiss if I didn’t provide options on how to maximize your limited square footage for a more useful purpose. However, the intent of this article is to get you to rearrange your thinking about dining areas in a house. To preserve valuable square footage in your home plan design, consider your dining habits and other living needs, then design accordingly.
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.
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?
Design professional organizations. There are two organizations in which building designers can achieve a level of public professionalism. They are AIBD (the American Institute of Building Design) and NCBDC (the National Council of Building Design Certification).
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