Open Floor VS Closed Floor Which is the Right Floor Plan for your Home?

Posted by Heather Homes on December 15th, 2020

Remodeling your house comes with a common dilemma – to choose an open floor plan or a closed floor plan. Open floor plan refers to a design that allows the functioning of multiple rooms as a connected living space flats in Trivandrum. Whereas, in a closed floor plan each designated area of the home becomes a separate room enclosed by walls. With both the floor plans having its own pros and cons, the final decision must be taken after due consideration.

1) Open Floor Plans

Intrinsically designed to have one or more large rooms functioning as multiple rooms, it is commonly used to connect the kitchen, living room and dining room. This makes your home appear larger than its actual size as it removes walls between the three rooms. Open floor plans are ideal for homes constructed in less space.

With less number of walls, this floor plan lets in ample amount of sunlight into the house, especially for homes constructed facing Northside which gets less sunshine during the winter season.

  • With more sunlight entering your home, it naturally lits up the area making the interiors appear brighter and larger.
  • Open floor plans make it easier to pay attention and supervise the smaller ones at home as the line of sight is more.
  • It is easier to clean and maintain the house due to the open space provided by the floor plan. And also, there are fewer chances for clutter.
  • Open floor plans offer more flexibility to arrange furniture, creating more opportunities t decorate and enhance the house interiors without over-crowding.

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