Even if you’re not a tub person you should strongly consider adding a bathtub somewhere in your new home. You may never intend to use the tub yourself, but it’s nice having a tub available for bath-loving guests, for bathing children and grandchildren, and for grooming pets.
Many homeowners include a tub in their primary bathroom not only for practical, utilitarian reasons but also for aesthetics. Freestanding tubs continue to be an extremely popular choice primarily because of aesthetics. Freestanding tubs are thought of as sculptural showpieces and increase the perceived value of the home. In this episode, you’ll get information that will help you choose the right freestanding tub for your new home.
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Even if you haven’t started building your house yet, you should start thinking about your furniture layout. Furniture placement is important because it will dictate how good a room looks, how well it functions, and how easily you can move in and through the space. If your rooms have beautiful furniture pieces, but they’re arranged awkwardly, it will take away from the overall stylishness and functionality of your home.
Developing a good furniture layout early on will help you come up with a more accurate electrical plan where you can specify where electrical outlets for lamps, TVs, and other electronics— an electrical plan that makes the most sense as it relates to the furniture that will be in the room. So let’s discuss some furniture placement/layout rules of thumb that you should consider way before you buy your furniture.
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