BONUS ROOM UPSTAIRS
Hello J and J,
Here’s the first version of the bonus room. First, the floor plan:
I’ve eliminated one of the 2 closets and I’ve added the bed into that niche to keep the bedroom area separated from the living room area and the kitchen. Jerilyn was mentioning a desk, which I have added within the bedroom area.
As you can see I have added a room divider to better define the two areas. This is obviously optional, but I think it would be a nice decoration to break out the symmetry of the furniture against the long wall and add interest.
The other half of the room contains the living area. I was able to fit all the furniture. I used stools for the dining table to save on space.
The kitchen is small and has everything that Jerilyn listed. Have a look and let me know if the measurements look fine to you. The long sides of the kitchen cabinets are 5ft x 7’6″. If you want, I can make the longest side shorter, to give more room to the table. I also placed the microwave on the upper cabinet to free some counter space.
You already know the issue with the bathroom. This shower is 4’7″x2’8″. I think it looks very nice and it fits the space better compared to a square shower.
These are the renders, starting with the bedroom:
I was thinking that we can also add nice wallpaper on this wall, what do you think?
Or this one by Joanna Gaines (the Home Depot)
Living room area
As you can see I got you some pizza and popcorn 😊.
Let me know what you think and what revisions you’d like me to make!
FAMILY ROOM DOWNSTAIRS
Option 1: table in the middle
Option 2: table on the side
Option 3: table perpendicular to the wall
View towards the TV
LIVING ROOM DOWNSTAIRS
First option: sofa and love seat
Second option: sofa and red chair