Moving on up: Navigating Your Home Plan Choices

Today’s homeowner has more than a few options when it comes to floor plans. As a matter of fact, there are as many variations on the typical floor plans as there are individual tastes.

To make an informed decision regarding the selection of your dream home floor plan, let’s take a close look at what some of those choices are that you’ll be faced with. Hopefully, this information will give you a better idea as to what’s available and how you can go about making your selection in terms of your dream home floor plan.

Single-Storey Homes

You’ll find that a considerable percentage of today’s new home plans will come in a single-storey design. They’re easy to build, and they make for an easy lifestyle when it comes time to maintain the exterior look of your dream home.

Today’s single-storey designs do not sacrifice in terms of space. They are every bit as spacious inside as homes with more than one floor. You’ll find that a large percentage of today’s single-storey floor plans are designed around the idea of a great room concept.

Two-Storey Homes

Two-storey designs have been around for decades, and they’re still a popular option among today’s home buyers. While there are many advantages to choosing this floor plan in terms of your living space, you’ll want to ensure that the layout makes sense if you need any accessibility features such as an elevator or stairlift down the line.

Three-Storey Homes

Three-storey house plans (known as แบบแปลนบ้านสามชั้น in Thai) are less common than the other two mentioned, but you will still find them available in today’s home plans. Generally, a three-storey design will feature a master bedroom on the main floor, with bedrooms for children and possibly guests on the upper levels. The garage or attached carport is also usually located on this level so that it can be accessed from the street.

While two-storey designs are more common, three-storeys are definitely a good option for families with children and pets.

Choosing the Right Option

So what’s the best option for you and your family? Hopefully, this information has given you some ideas as to what is available, but it should also have provided you with the “big picture” so that you can make a selection that will meet everyone’s needs.

To make a final selection, you’ll need to know what’s most important to you. Think about the activities that your family does together, and let your joy lead the way.

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