Tiny House Plans
There are a number of ways to design tiny house plans to maximize the amount of space available. These approaches are particularly important in urban areas where space is very limited or just for fun. Most architects who design plans for small houses know the tricks of the trade needed to make the rooms and space look larger. However, a homeowner should also be educated on the different approaches and techniques for the interior design to make the best use of their tiny house plans.
A common characteristic of small house plans is an attempt to make the room seem like it is bigger than the actual footage of the room. One of the ways architects compensate for the square footage in small home plans is to build high ceilings, thereby making the space feel larger regardless of the actual square footage.
There a number of design tools you as a homeowner can apply to accent this feature. The owner can create a horizontal border across the room and paint the lower half a slightly darker color and top half a lighter color. This creates a visual illusion of more height. Homeowners can also compliment their small home plans by buying small paintings that are similar in size and hang them in a vertical line in a prominent area on the wall. This also creates an illusion and draws the focus to the vertical height rather than the length or width.
Another facet homeowners must consider when deciding how to use their tiny house plans is the placement of furniture. A common mistake made by interior designers for small house plans is using large furniture that does not fit the space.
A huge, overstuffed couch may be a beautiful piece, however in a small space it becomes overbearing. It is important to understand about these plans that every inch is important. Homeowners must avoid over decorating the rooms to compensate for the size, as the over decorating can emphasize the smallness of the area. The best approach to design for tiny house plans is to keep the furniture and decorations minimal.
The furniture should also range in height. A large lamppost next to the couch will make the couch look less cumbersome. Instead of a heavy bookcase that takes up space, homeowners should use shelves for their books that vary in height, thus saving space and creating a visual illusion. Click the link below and see house plans starting at 65 to 837 Square Feet.
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