Dec 02, 2020 6:47 am
Re: Input on our house plan - First draft received3
Dec 02, 2020 9:28 am
Can you consider cavity sliders to lounge? Gives more options for furnishings etc
And possibly linen cupboards too, makes it easy to tidy without blocking passageways
Great ideas. I'll add these to the list
Re: Input on our house plan - First draft received4
Dec 02, 2020 3:40 pm
once you have lived with cavity sliders you will never want them again
i would move laundry between wc and b3 and reclaim all that wasted hallway
b2 could have a wir and use b2 existing robe a storage for games etc in kids retreat
step the linen cupboard into kids retreat left to right to make the opening a bit more like a room
Re: Input on our house plan - First draft received5
Dec 03, 2020 5:46 am
Really nice plan - particularly like the massive ensuite shower.
Just wondering like others have said why you don't move the laundry and save the extra corridor
and even lengthen your kitchen out as there is a big gap from kitchen to fridge? And give a tiny bit more depth to your living area.
Tried to show you what I mean...hope its visible. Now there is a fairly big blank space where your extra linen was which could be a store room, powder room mud room???
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Re: Input on our house plan - First draft received6
Dec 03, 2020 8:46 am
I think you’ll find the family dining area is pretty tight.
Agree about the wasted space where the linen is, you could add a powder room or drop zone area too, and just have a normal wardrobe in bed 2.
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