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oklouise

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7 h7 hoklouiseoklouise posted:
Floor plan advice

based on approximate dimensions for your rooms my suggestions has reduced the total floor area of the house by about 50 sqm and there's probably opportunity for further reduction but…

10 d10 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Thoughts on new floor plan

please include dimensions of rooms and where is north?....but pending further details based on assumed dimensions my suggestions include variations for the rumpus, laundry and pantry and more connections between…

11 d11 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Advice on Floor plan

a revised version of my last suggestion with size reductions that saves about 47 sqm off downstairs that should allow enough extra space for a super generous alfresco across the…

12 d12 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Advice on Floor plan

your revised plans are much bigger than i first estimated but there was no allowance for wall thicknesses so some spaces needed to be reduced to allow for the extras…

13 d13 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Needs feedback on the Floor Plan

reduced to 34 squares
external appearance must be your own choice but to minimise expense the roof needs to be simpler

Needs feedback on the Floor Plan
13 d13 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Needs feedback on the Floor Plan

my previous suggestions has the separate hallway for the bedroom but not open to the main hallway to improve privacy and keeping the study in a quieter area at the…

Needs feedback on the Floor Plan
14 d14 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Seeking feedback ideas for 30sq Custom Floorplan - SE Melbou

1. no good reason to change bed 3 window to sliding door...window would be better on south side for light and/or reduce size of western window to minimum width to…

14 d14 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Advice on Floor plan

i'm not a fan of voids because they share too much noise and kitchen smell all around the house but you know what they say about a happy wife but…

19 d19 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Advice on Floor plan

another variation with the bigger void used to make space for a dual access gym big enough for full sized equipment, a north facing master bedroom and retreat, more…

Advice on Floor plan
19 d19 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Please give me feedback on my floorplan

based on some assumed dimensions by keeping the theatre in the original living room space there can be a smaller increase in overall size with some improvements in garage size…

20 d20 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Please give me feedback on my floorplan

based on the dimensions shown on the plan ther there could be some extra width to use for the garage by stealing space off the entry foyer and living area…

22 d22 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Advice on Floor plan

do you plan for a separate pool house or would you like access to a toilet and changing room from outside and do you want the gym upstairs or downstairs…

22 d22 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Advice on Floor plan

best way to have more useful living area upstairs is to reduce or avoid the voids or reduce the size of bed 4 suite but how will you use the…

22 d22 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Please review our first custom floorplan

luckily i don't need to do this for a living and leave the final plans to the professionals who have more up to date CAD programs and local knowledge but…

23 d23 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Advice on Floor plan

making the garage wider with enough space to drive and park on the south side without losing too much space off the north side garden for the pool my suggestions…

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23 d23 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Review my floor plan please

keeping in mind that your designer will need to convert my guestimates to a workable plan and the only way to be sure of costs is to have a detailed…

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23 d23 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Please review our first custom floorplan

my suggestions include lining up the offsett in the front entry, more comfortable guest bathroom and storage, separate powder room, retreat arranged so that it can be easily converted to…

Please review our first custom floorplan
24 d24 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Review my floor plan please

please view my updtated plan posted prior to your last post there is a north facing living and master bedroom but reconsider access from garage to backyard as there is…

24 d24 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Needs feedback on the Floor Plan

with such a giant hallway i can't agree that an extra hallway is useful use of space as it loses the spacious feeling of the bathroom

24 d24 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Review my floor plan please

as requested, moving the stairs allows for a small front porch and entry, separate powder room and mudroom off the garage, north facing lounge and master bedroom (note the direction…

24 d24 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Needs feedback on the Floor Plan

Chippy, the available space is only 3.5m wide where you want the wiw and ens which means there would not be enough space for the bathtub and much less wall…

24 d24 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Needs feedback on the Floor Plan

as requested and also a little smaller but please advise width and length of your block to ensure that the overall size of the house is within limits

Needs feedback on the Floor Plan
25 d25 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Needs feedback on the Floor Plan

unable to read dimensions but my estimated room sizes makes 35 squares ...swopping guest room and study lounge allows for windows in all the rooms, there's a mudroom and more…

Needs feedback on the Floor Plan
26 d26 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Review my floor plan please

my suggestions include some of the previous ideas including reversing the stairs and as there is access to the rear garden on the east side of the block i've moved…

26 d26 doklouiseoklouise posted:
Review my floor plan please

6m x 3.5m is generous compared to some single garages but can you include the dimensions for all the rooms and show setbacks from all boundaries and is the garage…

5 months5 monthsoklouiseoklouise posted:
Changing roof pitch and roof tiles to build a dormer

to change roof pitch is a very expensive option and adding an extra floor means that you have to lose a substantial amount of floor space to allow for stairs…

6 months6 monthsoklouiseoklouise posted:
Renovation questions (a lot) and advice and tips

if the house is already safe and comfortable enough for tenants i would move in and live in the house for at least a year to see how it feels…

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