The best way to learn how to choose a kit home floor plan is to first identify your lifestyle requirement. You’ve raised a point here that has been gnawing at me. And I think I finally get it, the marketing plan, that is. I recently stopped watching HGTV and DIY networks completely because all the shows say the same thing and feature home owners, contractors and home buyers who want the same thing — in this case the Open Floor Plan — because it’s popular, spacious, and everybody wants it” these days.
I am one that gets bored seeing the same color of drapes valance that I change them often and there far it gives it a different look , so open floor plan would not work for me. We own 4 homes none have open floor plan, not even the one we design18 yrs ago.
Partial room divides are a good idea for those who wish to capture a degree of open plan living – and its benefits, such as being able to talk with dinner guests and keep an eye on children – but hope for more definition between the kitchen and formal dining (2).
Mark the location of the new walls and how they may be connected to the rooms that are next to it. When designing this floor plan it is your objective to produce something that will flow naturally, provide more space, and become more functional without taking from the overall appearance of it.
I love all the classic TV shows where people could say, Can I see you in the kitchen” or I’m going to check on the food,” followed quickly by, I’ll help you.” (This is all code for We need to talk.” ) With an open floor plan I guess you have to hide in the bathroom, and that’s just plain icky.