Building A New House
Feb 22, 2021 8:49 pm
I'd love to seek some feedback on my floor plan. Here I attach a screenshot of the floor plan with some measurements.
Ground: https://imgur.com/a/nBU55YW (If you need bigger image)
Currently the width of the kitchen, dining, family, outdoor room are all 4.42m
I wonder if that's too narrow? Or if that's sufficient for a family of 5-6 people (in the future).
5 adults (20, 30, 35, 50, 60)
2 children (under 5)
Given that my wife and myself are looking at converting the theatre room into a study room. I'm thinking where I should be placing my TV cabinet. We've another another leisure area upstairs.
But for downstairs we're thinking:
- If we need one?
- If yes, where should we place it?
Right now it seems that the dining area might be the only place to put it because there's a wall there. As marked by "Red".
But after putting the TV set which will take about 50cm for the tv cabinet's size. 4.42m width size - 0.5 = 3.92m left. Then need to factor in the couch size and distance to TV for viewing pleasure and the couch can't be placed so close to the window (blue block)... the whole dining spot can be quite cramped.
Potentially we could go with a projector installation that might solve some problem?
Re: Is 4.42m width enough for my kitchen, dining and living2
Feb 22, 2021 8:51 pm
- Some have told us that we should have a basin upstairs for the toilet.
- For the master bedroom if we were to place a king size bed right against the robe, we won't have space left for side tables.
Re: Is 4.42m width enough for my kitchen, dining and living3
Feb 22, 2021 8:53 pm
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