Open floor plans have received a lot more interest in the last several years, with many places of business experimenting with the Google model of open and fun workplaces. But the open plan may make even more sense for private homes. Results from an NAHB survey of home buyers the last two years have revealed that buyers strongly prefer open floor plans for their homes.
As with most design choices, choosing whether to adopt an open floor plan for your new custom home- or remodeling your existing home and including an open floor design- mostly depends on your family’s preferences.
Today we want to help make your decision a little easier by breaking down the pros and cons of choosing an open floor plan. Follow the helpful guide below to decide if an open floor plan is right for you.
Benefits of an open floor plan