Nonsense for people who like house plans

Here I am doing house stuff again. It’s the usual plan. But I started redrawing it a while ago, to have thinner internal walls and to try and do proper bay windows.

Put lights in this time, some of which actually appeared in the exports, and managed to use our actual exact colours by entering the hex codes!

Bear in mind with floor colours and such that texture would break them up a bit. E.g. carpet fibres, on hard floors they would probably be part of a pattern in which the colour shown is the dominant one. For toilets and bathrooms I know for sure there is gonna be some bitchin’ glitter grout in between the tiles.

Anyway, here’s some more housing stuff I did to blow off steam.

 

Ground Floor plan

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There was a bitchin’ multicoloured chandelier in the hall but it didn’t render in the exports.

Upstairs Floor planf64b10e23ee4ed7ca7936b411fae511fa611ba2eAttic Floor plan

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There’s really not a lot to see with the attic.

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New bucket list header
Version with corrected door appearance (done badly in Photoshop Elements).

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Obviously there wouldn’t be a wall going through the stairs in real life.

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The beginnings.
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Grey brick appeals to me. I’d like Tudor-style beams on the upper floor, probably in brown, or even blue if we were allowed to do that!
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Hopefully the lantern on the side would be pineapple-shaped.
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Chandelier would have looked really nice if it actually appeared.
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Frames of the sidelights didn’t render. They are also at a mismatching height. Imagine the paper shade is our BB8 shade.

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Imagine there’s a roof above this part to make a veranda.
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Dog shower.
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More sensible cupboard.
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Kitchen, dining room, second living area.
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In-built storage.

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It really bums me that Floorplanner doesn’t have pocket doors with Georgian bars because it would complete the look when you look across the hall.
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Space saving sink-toilet-cupboard combination!
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Sloped ceiling caused by above staircase. Would be smoother in real life.

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Pent roof doesn’t look too good here but you can see what I was going for.
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Although I didn’t think to include the veranda roof below the en-suite.

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Used the closest pendant I could find to the star lampshade I want.
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I’m not good at judging banister heights.

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Not sure if wardrobes should be built-in or not.
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Imagine the accidentally-mismatching windows are actually netting screens. It could probably look like a standard balcony, just with netting to make it a screened porch.

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En-suite with weird high shower curtain.
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Again, that archway is meant to be rounded. There would also be light coming in from the skylight to the left.
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Roll-under sinks in the bathroom. Airing cupboard and storage on left.

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I don’t know why that diagonal bit of ceiling is there?
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??!
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Outline of light tunnel in ceiling.

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We don’t need a lot of attic angles.
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That’s pretty much it.
Diagonal attic layer
Floors layered at an angle. I realised I probably didn’t need to make the outside of the attic the same ruby colour as the hall, as it would actually be the highest point of the roof, and therefor the window would face outside, above the skylight, and not into the hallway at all. D’oh!

Above view attic layer

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