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4 months4 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Two Story Home Design feedback please!

Maybe something like this?.... slightly less WIW space, but more storage. Also larger shower (perhaps double).
Not perfect but with a long bedroom size and entry in the middle, it makes…

Two Story Home Design feedback please!
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4 months4 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Two Story Home Design feedback please!

One thing I don't like about that is the diagonal direction you have to walk from Bed1 to the ensuite.

4 months4 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Two Story Home Design feedback please!

Seems kinda narrow. Maybe get the measuring tape out and see if you like it.

4 months4 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Render colours

That's a lot of basalt. Concerned it might be quite dark for a narrow facade.

4 months4 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Two Story Home Design feedback please!

Overall looks good. Master ensuite appears massive.
How wide is the hallway between stairs and media room? That looks a bit narrow.
Is the upstairs void to let light in…

4 months4 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Floor plan advice please

Why does the door for the WC open outward into the passage way? And into the direction of bed 4 doorway.

5 months5 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Need Floor-plan Feedback/Recommendations Please

Somewhere closer to the bedrooms and main bathroom.
I think if you want to reduce the overall size, maybe lose one of the bedrooms or make the rumpus smaller.

5 months5 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Need Floor-plan Feedback/Recommendations Please

You'll need an extra toilet if you're going to have 5 beds. Bed 5 and laundry don't seem to be in the ideal spots.

5 months5 monthsd@nd@n posted:
House design thoughts

Excessive amount of doors in the main bathroom

5 months5 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Floorplan suggestions

How do you enter the shower in the main bathroom? If the entry door swings towards the shower and the toilet is on the other side of it.
I would…

5 months5 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Front render vs no render

It's personal choice. On modern homes it can look very nice. Others do a combination of render. brick and cladding/stack stone.

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
New tinyroom outdoor office

LOL. You're in the dog house.

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6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Floor Plan Feedback

Study near the kitchen....bit noisy no?
Upstairs walkway between couch and tv not really ideal.
Door opening opposite the shower, That would be a bit embarrassing if the door opened as someone…

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Render Colours - help!

I would stick with more warmer tones to blend in with both doors.
Agree a lighter colour for the porch and darker for the rest but not too heavy.
Cladding looks fine.

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Colorbond Paint Exterior Help please!

Maybe stick with some of the cool whites like Lexicon or White on White.

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Please Help!! What colour do you think has been used for the

Gutters, garage, windows - monument.
Brick one of the Austral range i'd guess.
Render - surfmist

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Plan feedback please

The garage floor will most likely be a lower level than the rest of the house. The other option is maybe a sliding door?

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Plan feedback please

Most of it looks good. Only thing I don't like is the garage entry door swinging open into the space of the stairway entrance.

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Floor plan feedback please

First impressions....The layout and spacing is a bit odd. Getting to the linen via the study doesn't make much sense. I'd prefer it closer to the laundry. Two WIR for…

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Help with layout improvement/ extension

If you have the space and want one, why not. But it's personal choice.

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Adding Steet Appeal

Not online. It's still being worked on by builders. Plus they raised the fence height so getting a clear shot in would be unlikely. It was originally a low height…

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Adding Steet Appeal

A place near me had very similar 80's style with that cream brick. They rendered it grey, added a lot merbau decking, fencing etc. It came up looking great.
In addition…

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Adding Steet Appeal

Can you show a photo of the facade? What style would you like to create?

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Help with layout improvement/ extension

The master can stay where it is. I just thought you wanted another bedroom with an ensuite.

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Help with layout improvement/ extension

Excuse the rough drawing....but what about converting the lounge to a bedroom? And reconfig the entry so you get a double garage.

Help with layout improvement/ extension
6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
House plan

I'd delete the bath and add a 3rd toilet. That would get a lot more use.

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Help Choosing house & fence paint colours please

Dune is fine. Very popular choice. Although it's not a dark colour. Whether it suits depends on what else you do with the home colour wise.

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Roof, gutter and fascia colours

How did you go?

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Help Choosing house & fence paint colours please

Dune is considered a 'warm' grey.

6 months6 monthsd@nd@n posted:
Exterior Colours

Did you choose colours Lesh?

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