Thursday, November 3, 2011

House Tour: Floorplan

Since we've moved in, I've wanted a floorplan of the house.  I called the builder thinking they would have it but since the house is 4 years old, they no longer have the plans.  I was told to ask the county office also with no luck either.  I figured my only solution was to make one of my own.  I used an online software at gliffy.com to create it.  So now that I have something drawn out, I wanted to share the layout of the house with you.  I know it helps to see where all the rooms are.  Please beware, the floorplan drawing is probably not to scale.  Matter of fact, I'm pretty sure it's not. 

Let's start with the first floor:


As you enter the front door, the stairs leading upstairs are immediately to the left.  Around the corner to the right is the powder room.




You continue through the entrance hall and the formal dining room is on the left and connected to it is the formal living room.  Down to the right you enter the family room.  




The family room is connected to the breakfast area.



Back around to the right is the kitchen.



Behind the kitchen is a hall leading to the garage and laundry room.


It's basically one big circle.

Now for the upstairs. 






When you reach the top of the stairs, there is a large open loft.  Don't ask me what I plan to do with it.  We're thinking another family room with a sofa and big screen tv.  Just another place for us to lounge and not having to be downstairs. 



The first room on the left is my daughter's room.


At the end of the hall on the left is the master bedroom. 



Down to the right are two additional bedrooms, one now an office, and a full bathroom.


The full bathroom has double sinks separated from the tub and toilet.  It will be perfect if we ever have guests stay.


The extra bedroom is currently empty, except for the desk that was formerly in the office.  Eventually we'll get a bed since it is a guestroom.


Last on the left is the office.


So there you have it.  Now you know where every room is in my house.  


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18 comments:

  1. You have a beautiful home! Totally love the paint colors in every room! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Love It ! Your doing a great job! Joann

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  3. What a nice floorplan! I'm so happy for you and your move!

    Thanks for sharing at Potpourri Friday!

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  4. Thank you for sharing! Thanks for linking to Things I've Done Thursday.

    Melanie
    bearrabbitbear.blogspot.com

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  5. Your home is beautiful and I love your paint colors. =)

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  6. Your home is beautiful. I love the huge landing at the top of the stairs, so much potential. What website did you use to create your floorplan?

    Thanks for sharing

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  7. Your floor plans look great! You have a lovely home, love how it just flows from room to room!

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  8. Thanks for sharing. I love looking at floorplans (and have since I was 15 years old).

    If it were my landing at the top of the stairs I would get a second hand dresser and put all my gift wrapping things in it. That way you would have a gift wrapping station - and be using a part of the house that really has no specific function. I"m looking forward to seeing what you do with it.

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  9. This is cool, i would also like to know which website you used...

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  10. Looks beautiful! Love your wood floors!

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  11. I know you'll have fun decorating.

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  12. I love the touches of blue throughout your home. I think you did a great job with the floor plans, I had to draw floor plans on a daily basis when I was a designer.

    Thanks for sharing your lovely home.

    xoxo Bunny Jean
    Wednesday's Bunny Hop Party!

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  13. What a beautiful house!! And what a great way to draw a plan! Love all your beautiful space and especially the wrought iron railings.

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  14. love it! i waant a new house, your's is beautiful. happy decorating!

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  15. What a beautiful home! I love the hardwood. Thanks for sharing this at What's In The Gunny Sack!

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  16. Look at that canvas. You lucky girl. All that to decorate. What fun! Enjoy!

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