Are you going to be renovating your home or putting an addition onto it soon? If so, you’re going to have to come up with the perfect layout for the portion of your home that you’re going to be changing. It’ll allow your home to function in a whole new way. Nevertheless, before you create a new layout, there are some common layout mistakes you should aim to avoid. Take a look at them below.
Creating pockets of space with no clear purpose.
There is nothing worse than having a room in your home that has a pocket of space without a clear purpose. That wasted space will cut into your home’s square footage without offering anything in return. When you are coming up with a layout for a room, make sure you identify what each part of the room will be used for. It’ll allow you to avoid creating space that won’t serve any purpose later.
Failing to work enough storage into the mix.
Every room in your home could always benefit from additional storage. It doesn’t matter if you’re mapping out a bedroom, a living space, or a kitchen. Find as many ways to incorporate storage as you can. That doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to install new closets. However, it might mean working a bench or another feature that can double as storage into your plans.
Forgetting to consider where your furniture will go.
Your home’s furniture will undoubtedly change over the years. Therefore, you don’t want to plan an entire living area around your oversized sectional. Nevertheless, you should obviously keep it in mind and plan out where you’re going to put it. The last thing you want to do is complete a bunch of home renovations only to find that some of your furniture looks out of place within the new layout.
These are just some of the room layout mistakes that homeowners make. Scott Merle Builders can help you steer clear of them and talk to you about other layout mistakes. Call us at 315-409-4124 today for all your renovation needs.