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    How to Make an Open Floor Plan Work for You

    Space

    Small, cluttered homes can be transformed into airy, more breathable spaces by knocking down a few dividing walls. A demolition project may seem daunting, but just be sure to have a professional take a look before wielding a sledgehammer. By hiring a structural engineer it will save yourself the headache of rebuilds, fines, or structural problems.

     

    Natural Light

    Without walls blocking the windows, natural light is able to stream in your home, making the open space seem even larger and more airy. Along with knocking down walls, you can bring natural light into your home by connecting the outdoors to your home’s interior with large patio doors.

     

    Inclusivity

    It’s right there in the title: an open floor plan means more openness and inclusivity in your home. When you’re preparing dinner in the kitchen, for example, you won’t be closed off from the rest of the house. This is great for both entertaining and every day. When you’re entertaining, you can still be a part of the party, even while preparing food and drinks. And as an everyday solution, you’re able to keep an eye on children, pets, the TV, while still going about your daily tasks.

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