Published at Sunday, May 13th, 2018 - 00:21:23 AM. Home Plan. By Susanne Meier.
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Next on the list is choosing the right location; the success of the garden depends a lot on the location. While you may face constraints in choosing the perfect location, you should try as much as possible to keep the following in mind: Good soil that is fertile, enjoys good drainage and loose is ideal for a garden. Try to avoid clay soil and extra sandy soil; if you have no choice then make sure you add lots of organic matter to the soil.
Housing designs that have been developed specifically for tight lots attempt to tackle these challenges head‐on. Long, thin footprints in which rooms flow from one to another are one way builders try to maximise small square footage. Open floor plans create the feeling of more room since there are fewer walls in the way. Rooms that serve double duty help homeowners make the most of smaller houses. An open floor plan living, kitchen, and dining area, for example, can be a place to eat, relax, entertain, do homework, or play ‐ sometimes all at the same time!
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