Published at Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 - 04:22:15 AM. . By Barna Nora.
Laundry in the Kitchen. We don’t all live in a large sprawling home with plenty of square footage. For the small homes, space is a premium and the laundry room location is at the bottom of the list. In cases such as this, the kitchen is often a place where you can include a laundry closet. It doesn’t have to be very big, just large enough to hold a washer and dryer and perhaps shelving or wall cabinets to store washing and drying accessory items. A minimum space of six feet in width and three feet in depth is all that is needed.
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.
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