Floor plans are essential when designing and building a home. It is a scale diagram of a room or building viewed from above. It may also include measurements, furniture, appliances or anything else necessary to the purpose of the plan. Floor plans are useful to help design furniture layout, wiring systems and much more. Floor plans are also key in communicating the flow of your space to potential buyers or renters. You can also use a floor plan to communicate with contractors and vendors about an upcoming remodeling project. There are few basic steps to create a floor plan.
Choose an area :-
Determine the area to be drawn. If the building already exists, decide how much of it draw. If the building does not yet exit, brain storm designs based on the size and shape of the location.
Take measurements :-
If the building exists, measure the walls, doors, and pertinent furniture so that the floor plan will be accurate. If the lay out is being created for an entirely new area, be sure that the total area will fit where it is to be built.
Draw wall :-
Add walls for each room of the building, taking care to draw them to scale.
Add Architectural Features :-
Begin adding features to the space by including the unchangeable things, like the doors and windows, as well as the refrigerator, dishwasher, dryer and other important appliances that must be placed in a specific location.
Add Furniture :-
Add furniture if the floor plan calls for it.