Constructing a house is expensive thus you should be cautious and ensure that everything is perfect. To be safe here are house design mistakes you should never make:
Too many rooms
It’s good to have a room for every member of the house. It’s also good to have specific rooms for specific functions such as laundry, but you shouldn’t go overboard and construct too many rooms thus giving your house an ugly look.
Instead of constructing many small rooms you should construct few larger rooms. In addition to a big room making you look organised it also gives you room to multipurpose. For example, you can use your bedroom as a home office.
A house with larger rooms has been found to have a higher resale value and attracts a larger pool of prospective buyers compared to a house with many small rooms.
Poorly located master bedroom
The master bedroom is your sanctuary and it should have a degree of privacy. You should ensure that it isn’t located close to the family or breakfast room. These rooms attract many people and overtime your bedroom will become an extension of the rooms.
You should locate the master bedroom away from other rooms of the house. If possible the room should be at on its own area.
A lot of space between kitchen and garage
To avoid getting frustrated from walking a long distance from the garage to the kitchen, you should design the garage and kitchen as close to each other as possible. Houses with plenty of space between these two rooms tend to repel many homebuyers.
Many homeowners argue that they can’t easily transfer their groceries from the car to the kitchen.
Too small foyer
The foyer is the first thing that people see when they enter your house. If it’s too small or dark it will give your house an uninviting look. For people to feel comfortable and give your house a great look you should have a standard foyer.
For you to have enough space you should have the staircase at least 5 feet from the front door. You should also be able to fit a chair, console table or any other small piece of furniture at the area.