Building A New House
Jul 20, 2018 7:58 pm
We have almost reached plate high on our home building journey. After the rooms shaped out, we realized that , in one of the bedrooms, the wardrobe is probably in a wrong position, making it very difficult to walk around the bed, when you put a Queen size bed in the room. The gap between the end of bed and wardrobe would only be 40 cm. Problem could be partially solved if the depth of the wardrobe side wall is reduced from 630mm to 500mm, thereby gaining another 13 cm, between bed and wardrobe.
Also, I'm not sure if it's a big concern at all, to have only 40 cm gap. What are your thought ? Is it a big issue ? Has anyone made any brickwork change like this, after bricklayers have actually laid it out...
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