By Susanne Meier. Home Plan. Published at Saturday, November 04th, 2017 - 18:43:52 PM.
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!
But what about those who want a bigger home and a yard on a restricted lot? The answer comes in the form of two‐storey dwellings. Dual level homes are the easiest way to get more house into a small area because you build up instead of out. This gives the buyer the best of both worlds: a spacious home and a sizeable backyard.
Furnish‐Without Breaking the Bank. Make no mistake‐traditional furniture can be expensive, but it doesn't have to be. There are several ways you can get a hold of traditional furnishings at reasonable prices. One way is to look for replicas. Many furniture manufacturers make new furniture in an old‐world style to meet demand for this kind of theme. There is also the option of heading to bric‐a‐brac stores where people may have donated unwanted furniture, or simply roaming the streets of opulent suburbs on council collection days‐you'll be amazed at the quality things rich people throw out!
This impressive, all‐white space has the look of a U‐shaped kitchen, while incorporating a walk‐through in front of the high level units along the back wall. In essence this design consists of two islands and one wall of floor‐to‐ceiling units. By choosing white for cabinetry, ceilings, walls and floor the boundaries between surfaces blur, giving the impression of a compact U‐shaped design that gradually opens up as you move around.
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