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Hello Kazamis, it's me again. After the flood of comments / proposals on my last post I decided, for clarity to make a new post a little more complete. Our land is plot 37 in the first image; it is 28m wide, length unknown (2200m2 in all and the house in the picture will be destroyed). The terrain is sloping towards the south. Orientation: the North is at the top Our wish was a single storey house of about 200m2, with garage in the basement (garage descent of 6m width planned to the East.) the entrance to the North and we are forced to stay 3m from the boundary of the land to the West. -> width of the house possible max 19m On picture 2 the current plan and picture 3 an alternative form of house that we have thought of in order to take advantage of more Sun. What do you think ?
For the foreground, I find it better than the original one ... On the other hand, the bathroom between the two bedrooms I am not a fan of noise pollution ... And the room facing north is sad whereas by reversing this room and the bathroom it can be in the east and with well placed dressing rooms, the rooms would be quiet. For the parental bedroom, I find that the bedroom is too big (2M of passage in front of the bed is useless), you could extend the parental bathroom and have a shower, a toilet and possibly a bathtub. I will think about a plan with a shape other than the H
@ ab67 Another idea while trying to keep the H-shaped construction a bit. 204 m² with entrance and staircase leading to the basement, large closet. Living room of 100 m² with many possibilities of openings. Office near the entrance with guest toilet. Children's sleeping area well separated and close to the entrance to avoid crossing entirely the living room with separate toilet and bathroom. Master bedroom suite with dressing room, bathroom with shower and partitioned wc with window.
New project: A decorative proposal for a renovation of 3 guest rooms in St malo! .Demolition of the wall of the non-private bathroom and creation of a conservatory-style glass roof for the bathroom with its extension. Creation of separate WC. . Elegant seaside nature atmosphere decoration (customer request) with a view of the port 😍
The famous droplet to remove from walls No video on YouTube on this subject We have tested everything: 1 rental of a giraffe sander 2 purchase of abrasive disc in 40 Result: sanding ok but on 30cm 2 per disc. In all 130 euros of purchase of abrasive discs for a few m2 really successful 3 produces wallpaper and attempt to take off result: total failure with multiple layers of paint nothing came off 4 scraping of all the droplet with a painter's spatula result: all the walls were damaged What we did not know is that in any case we needed to plaster afterwards otherwise we would have plastered from the start and we would have gained 3.5 weeks of testing, scraping droplets and more work during the filling plaster 😅
The choice of colors, the choice of paints. What we retain as learning: 1-For color analyze the incoming light. In our case there is a lot of vegetation around because the incoming light was green so it was necessary to counterbalance the green. Likewise, the color of the parquet can impact the bottom of the wall. 2- analyze the major shade of the color is it rather gray, pink, yellow? This plays on the harmony between my colors 3- take quality paint. We made the mistake of making a layer of poor quality printing, it was necessary to sand between each layer of paint to have a perfect result and the first layer clearly pulled out so much the wall had not been sufficiently saturated with the 'impression. 4- attack your wall in the right direction to be always fresh in the fresh and attack it depending on whether you are right-handed or left-handed. 5- Fold back the paint for a smooth appearance. And use a velor lacquer roller for a taut appearance 6- do not iron over fresh paint 7- prepare your walls well then remove all dust by wiping them before painting 8- freehand re-grooming as much as possible because even my soft scotch tears off the paint
7 months after the start of the project, the initial 3D plan made on kozikaza takes shape. The kitchen is finalized. And by taking a look at the initial plans we realize that even having forgotten them, the result is iso to what was imagined!
The toilet and the bathroom have been merged. The bathtub has given way to a shower, the crawl space offers small Mediterranean-inspired storage niches and the shower is covered with a pretty waxed concrete. So happy and proud to have made this new shower room a reality 🥳