By Susanne Meier. Home Plan. Published at Tuesday, January 02nd, 2018 - 00:12:49 AM.
Add interior windows. Does the kitchen in your narrow home plan feel cut off from the dining area? If so, you can cut out a section of the dividing wall to create the illusion of added space. Similarly, any space will seem larger if you add more light via interior windows. To keep rooms private, fill interior windows with glass blocks.
Remove unnecessary walls. Rooms with four full walls are unwise in narrow lot home plans. Rather, create airy, open spaces by combining several rooms into one. For example, many house plans for narrow lots do not have walls between the dining room, living room and kitchen.
Plan around a window. In this U‐shaped kitchen, a wide window is the central anchor point of the scheme, filling the space with light and showing off matt‐finish units, rich wood and glazed tiles in their best light. The use of wood finishes on the floor and worktops brings a warmth and cosiness to an otherwise pale decorating scheme and adds a rustic edge.
Annuals have to be replanted each year, only then can you recreate your garden every time. Perennials on the other hand need little or no care and will leave their seeds behind for the next growth season. Once you have put your plan into action and your garden is a happening thing, you can get as creative as you want by adding things like bird baths and fountains to enhance garden aesthetics.
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