Tuesday, March 31, 2009

wooden interior design with wood burning stove























wooden interior design with wood burning stove
Normally people start their home design by writing a list, writing down all the wants and requirements. This list will probably end up being longer than the list of needs. If you really think about them and try to fit them inside your needs category, you might be pleasantly surprised how many blend together. For example, you have always wanted an open feeling from the dining room to the kitchen, but you are not sure that you want that space to be totally open; the solution is to add an island or a bar. Your line-of-sight will remain unbroken but the floor space will be slightly interrupted and you will have distinctly separate spaces. Or perhaps the man of the house would like a place to work on his motorcycle, but doesn’t want to back one of the cars out of the garage to make room; he can still have his dream work space by adding 6 or 8 feet to the back of the garage. That will add minimal cost, and the added spaces will more than make up for the price. Besides, now he can park both cars and the motorcycle indoors.
www.larryshomedesigns.com

0 comments