It is possible that bad architectural selections will cause your home to be not just uncomfortable, but also harmful to you and your family. To aid you in making educated decisions, the following professionals have undergone significant training: architects, engineers, and constructors (to name a few). As a result, make sure to arrange time to interact with representatives from these businesses. Their advice will aid you in identifying areas where you may save a few dollars and those where you should absolutely avoid making down.
Positioning of the bedroom
The bedroom should be positioned as far away from the noise and traffic as is reasonably possible without sacrificing comfort. You should avoid placing your master bedroom near or over the garage if members of your family are likely to arrive and depart while you are sleeping or lounging there. It would also be a good idea to separate the master bedroom from the rest of the house’s major living areas. If your home will be one story, the master bedroom should be positioned toward one end of the house, as far away from it as feasible from the garage or other outbuildings, if possible. There would be no need for a wall to divide the master bedroom from the main living area in an ideal arrangement.
Choosing a site for the kitchen
As instances, consider the following modern home building situation, one which had kitchens that were positioned a long distance from the main door. To bring groceries inside the house, one had to travel through the entire house to drop the groceries off in the kitchen, which took a long time. As much as it is feasible, the kitchen should be positioned adjacent to a garage or back entrance, and it should be accessible to the dining and living areas as well. It is advisable to divert as much foot traffic away from the principal living areas as possible, due to the enormous amount of through traffic that travels through the kitchen every day.
Choosing a place for the garage
It is preferable to have a garage on the main level if possible because it is closer to the mud room and kitchen. Depending on the size of the garage, it might feel like Grand Central Station when people are constantly coming in and out of the house with filthy sports equipment and backpacks, bags of groceries, and other heavy items in tow. This trash and grime should be kept in the kitchen and mudroom areas exclusively, as this is where our children play.
As the one who is most knowledgeable with your family’s lifestyle and requirements, you are the best qualified to make decisions for them. Even while experts’ opinions are significant, they are not entitled to tell a client what he or she needs or does not require. Only you and your family are aware of what is best for your own and your family’s well-being and that of your children. So, don’t be afraid to go for what you love and want!