May 26, 2021 5:05 pm
So, I have a second storey bedroom in my new place and the house has pitched ceilings.
Had a trade point out to me that the rooms are wider on the ground floor and that the bedrooms upstairs have a cavity behind the wall on both sides.
One side has some air con ducting but I carefully cut a hole to look in the other side and I think I may be able to use this space to build in some bedside cabinetry or wardrobes etc.
Is there any reason for this cavity? Only reason I can think of is to make sure the wall isn't stupidly low. I've found the plans and it is marked as "open space".
any issues with using this space?
(I might need to make one thread for my reno instead of one for each little question.. lol)
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