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Which floorplan please? A or B?

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Goingslowlymad123 Tue 23-Jan-18 09:30:23

This is A

Goingslowlymad123 Tue 23-Jan-18 09:30:56

I can't add any pictures, it's disappeared!

FluffyWuffy100 Tue 23-Jan-18 09:31:41

Oh you got me all excited for floorplans!

UnicornSnot Tue 23-Jan-18 09:47:19

Can you reduce the files size (small pdf dot com) and try again OP?
You can't just go oh what floor plans please and then N O T H I N G These things matter to some people, you know.

Goingslowlymad123 Tue 23-Jan-18 09:48:13

Do you know why there is no option to upload pics please?

Goingslowlymad123 Tue 23-Jan-18 09:49:25

Ha ha, there isn't an option to upload anything? Is it my settings? It just says preview message in purple box and post message and then the list of smileys.

Goingslowlymad123 Thu 25-Jan-18 21:52:25

Here we are - hooray! Floorplan A

Goingslowlymad123 Thu 25-Jan-18 21:53:43

And Floorplan B

ineedamoreadultieradult Thu 25-Jan-18 21:56:29


StylishMummy Thu 25-Jan-18 21:58:20


Archduke Thu 25-Jan-18 21:58:38

Oooh B for me but does it take up more of the garden?

ColourfulOrangex Thu 25-Jan-18 21:59:01


Cheatabix Thu 25-Jan-18 21:59:22

B for me! But its a bigger footprint, right?

Rumpledfaceskin Thu 25-Jan-18 22:00:00


whatsthecomingoverthehill Thu 25-Jan-18 22:03:10

A bit tricky because B is much bigger. I'd tend to go for bigger if you can afford it. But I'm not convinced it's the best arrangement.

Bitchywaitress Thu 25-Jan-18 22:07:37

If you have DC I would be tempted to go for the floor plan with 2 sitting rooms so you can have the front one as a tidy adult sanctuary without toys and crap all over the floor.

Do you need a study though? Or would the spare room be big enough for a double bed as might be a bit pointless if not?

PotteryLady Thu 25-Jan-18 22:12:02

A don't like reception 2 with no window

SkyIsTooHigh Thu 25-Jan-18 22:20:54

Lefthand side A, righthand side B!!

Goingslowlymad123 Thu 25-Jan-18 22:22:00

B is a much more impressive space. The only thing about B is the windowless room.

Any pointers on suggestions to improve B would be much appreciated.

The garden is generous so not worried about B taking up too much space.

Thank you!

minipie Thu 25-Jan-18 22:23:34

A doesn't work for me as it only has one seating area. But if you remove the wall to the study/guest room and make it a sofa/snug area instead then A is good.

However I presume you need a guest room? In which case it has to be B (I guess the middle reception doubles as a guest room). However I'd redesign the extension so it has space for a sofa somewhere near the kitchen, and I don't think the kitchen area needs to stick out quite so far.

smashyourglasses Thu 25-Jan-18 22:24:34

Knock the wall down.

Goingslowlymad123 Thu 25-Jan-18 22:26:12

What wall?

minipie Thu 25-Jan-18 22:27:15

The way to improve the middle reception in option B is to have angled skylights in the extension roof, right where the extension meets the middle reception, just past the folding doors. The light will go straight into middle reception (at least the back half of it). Esp if you are south facing.

TweedAddict Thu 25-Jan-18 22:29:03

B but I would only keep reception room 1 and I’d knock out reception room 2 totally

Goingslowlymad123 Thu 25-Jan-18 22:30:30

Thanks minipie, incredibly helpful. We're north facing though......

Should add we will be relocating in 5 years so would like to have a ground floor layout that will appeal to a family.

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