Single Dining Space

Your new home will be full of ideas that you choose. From the color on the walls to the floor plan, you get to make many of the decisions that transform a blueprint into your ideal home. Those decisions start when choosing a design. Today, there are many styles to consider, including designs with a open floor plans and those with separate dining areas. Open floor plan dining room designs are growing in popularity as people are finding they prefer the connection that comes from having all of a family's activity in one space. Here's what this type of floor plan offers, and how it could benefit you.

What Are Single Dining Space House Plans?

Traditionally, in a home the kitchen and dining area were separated by a wall. This was the common design of homes built before 1970. While many also had an eating area within the kitchen, the dining room was a formal affair. Today, home design trends have changed, and newer homes have designs that connect the dining area with the living area and sometimes even an open kitchen. Both floor plans have distinct benefits, and today you can choose the style that best fits your needs.

Benefits of Single Dining Space Home Plans

Open floor plans provide a better flow to your home's layout, with fewer walls impacting the transitions between rooms. When entertaining, an open floor plan allows you to prep food while still having a conversation with your guests. It also gives you a greater amount of floor space in your main living area. Do you need some additional room for a family get-together? Just push the dining room table out of the way to open the space!

Kitchen and dining room open floor plans are great for families, because they allow the family to come together and enjoy life unified, rather than being segmented into different rooms of the home. While the parents cook dinner and kids work on their homework or play, all are enjoying the same space of the home.

If you are looking to build a home, consider your lifestyle: If you entertain large groups regularly or wish to have a home where your family is often together, then single dining space house plans are a good fit. To find open floor plan dining room house plans, search these plans from Donald A. Gardner Architects. The Tanglewood, for example, features a spacious great room and open kitchen with a dining room allowing you to enjoy this open design. To learn more about these floor plans, browse the available plans below, or contact Donald A. Gardner's design team to see what plans might meet your needs.

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