Is there any way to increase the space for having a big designer main door?See the pic
Bedroom flooring dilemma, Hardwood in main areas, Large bathroom files
Want main door design in wood
main door panels
Main door design, a completely new design concept
you can remove these two doors and keep one large door and black line shown is partition as ma'am has shown pictures of partitions above,that will separate your area and visually increase space
Hey Farooq, I understand your concern. I have a better idea. Drawing room and Living room does not need to be separated by a wall , you can just have a step up wooden flooring done in the drawing area to define the space. Also as per the plan what I have sent you, you can create a window where you existing Main door is and open up the Main door from drawing room as shown in red. If you still want want a wall between drawing room and living room then you can have it but it's just that I feel you can make your living room look big if you knock of the wall, or you can even create a partition with Jali work or you can even have a low height wall to just define the area. check out some of the images attached :)
If the project hasn't started yet, you could swap Kitchen with Drawing room and use the Kitchen's longer wall to place your bigger door.
You could also convert the utility into a landscaping area with floor to ceiling glass walls for aesthetics.
It would add three points to convenience :
1. Better accessway and foyer area.
2. Bigger Living Area with no need of partitioning due to existing wall.
3. Minimal civilwork and demolition.
4. Zero displacement of cut-outs.
Aurum Ideas and Spaces
Vaastu Kitchens are either in SE on NW or even SE quadrant would suffice.
Second, 3.8' is more than enough. You could conceal the entire passage space with a single access door under stairs on rear and right and use it as an utility and you could use the wastewater to direct to a vertical garden of kitchen herbs and vegetables. You could also fit a top loading 7 Kg washing machine near the rear end/ wash area.
Use the right side as utility and rear side for washing machine and clothes drying area. Grow a vertical garden throughout and turn your off areas into landscaping zones.