Open-Floor Plan House Plans

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An Open-Floor Plan is also known as a plan that is open-concept. This just means that there are no defined common spaces. There are no walls that define the boundaries of a kitchen, living, or dining space leaving them all open to each other. The definition of these spaces is determined by furniture and features along the outside of these shared spaces. Having an open floor plan allows families and friends to share a space and you all feel together in the home and that there isn't a feeling of being in one space and not knowing what is going on in another. There are pros and cons to open-floor plans but this is better determined by your family and your lifestyle.

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