Each living space provides opportunities for maximum utilization


The requirements for the usability of each living space depend mostly on the tenants and the lifestyle of all the tenants. But each room in the home gives various possibilities of maximum utilization. The position of doors and windows, different layouts of rooms in homes and radiators create greater or lesser opportunities for maximum use of space. When buying or adapting a home, these elements should be researched in detail without haste and in detail. Perform detailed analyzes independently or with professional help. Then make the final choice.
The main entrance hall – the recommended minimum width of the entrance space is 130 to 140 centimeters. Such dimensions allow the installation of a closet or chest of drawers 40-50 cm wide. And other necessary elements. They provide a communication path width of at least 90 cm. Thus, the entrance space to the home received contents and usability. Thus, the entrance space to the home is not just a shoe store and a passage to other rooms of the home. When the entrance is smaller (for example, 100 to 120 cm), place hangers and small cabinets for storing shoes and shelves 20-30 cm wide. These shelves on the wall will serve well for storing books, or various items.
Kitchen-is a specific space defined in advance by the position of the installation connections. Various companies that make built-in kitchens will look at the disadvantages and advantages on the spot and recommend the optimal placement of devices and elements. The possibilities of placing the kitchen in the letters L, U, I or II offer practical and effective solutions. The selection of the optimal shape of the kitchen defines the required distance between the elements placed opposite each other element (which should be at least 90 cm). The application of high elements creates more space for storing dishes and groceries. Especially recommended for small kitchens. The standard depth of the lower kitchen elements is 60 cm. It is good to use all available space and free wall surfaces. If necessary, additional shelves of smaller widths and elements can be installed. The standard depth of the upper elements is 32 cm. Increasingly, two-part elements are made, with the upper elements having a depth of the lower elements of 60 cm. Thus, the above elements are used for storing dishes that we often do not use and household appliances (blender, mixer, kettle, etc.).
The bedroom is for accommodating larger beds and closets. The best solution for placing a room door is to create enough space behind the door at least 65-70 cm. Thus, a classic or built-in wardrobe can be installed. This layout gives the possibility of placing the closet on two opposite sides of the room or the vertical side of the room. This creates a large wardrobe space. When you fit a bed with a built-in bed box into this arrangement, you get the maximum utilization of the bedroom.


Living room – this is the most frequent space in the home, most often loaded with a large number of doors, windows and heated bodies. At least one completely free side of the wall allows the placement of the desired pieces of furniture regardless of size and composition. The same seating capacity is created by accommodating a corner sofa and stool instead of a two-seater, three-seater and armchair. This creates the possibility of setting additional elements (shelves or chest of drawers). It is recommended that the corner sofa be stretchable with an accessory / box for storing bedding (for potential guests who will occasionally spend the night and additional space for storing things / objects).


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