Modern Homes Are Built With Open Floor Plans and Adaptable Rooms – Marcus Hiles

In present times, adaptability is of main importance while designing houses. Marcus Hiles says that houses are being planned with open floor blueprints and rooms that can adjust newer members of growing families. Rooms marked by various materials or shades found in roofs or floors or the concept of ‘implied spaces’—is a new approach to make interiors look more spacious while eliminating unnecessary walls. Breaking through barriers is what true design really stands for – larger windows allow extra light and can swap walls right away, while combining the inside with the outside world. With the thought of making homes more alluring, hot tubs, gyms and spas have been added making relaxation easy to achieve. Furthermore, as the attractiveness of cooking gourmet dinners has expanded, so have kitchens: with restaurant-like appliances and furniture like islands, kitchens are usually assigned extra overall square footage and have become the hub of the house, surpassing dining and living rooms as the space where families bond.

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