The right Seaside Residences Floor plan is within your reach. And while magazines and plan books can present some valuable ideas, your best resource is you. We always tell my clients, “You are the most valuable clue in this mystery. Your dreams and your lifestyle best determine what layout of spaces will suit you.”
If you have avoided being introspective in the past, then you have some homework to do for you seaside homes. But if you journal, or (like me) you collect things that speak to you; if you think or talk about what you want out of life often, then focusing those desires won’t be hard at all. Look back over your journaling, and/or through your collections, or take some time to look through magazines, and find the styles that interest and inspire you. This is an extremely important step, because when things fall into place within your home, you can focus on actually living.
You want your seaside residences to nurture those things you find fulfilling, that give you peace and hope that encourage you to meet life. Choose a floor plan with extra square footage dedicated to the rooms that foster those feelings, such as extra space in a master bedroom for a reading/journaling niche, or a large workbench area in the garage. A floor plan can nurture you with special details that emphasize the importance of a spot (like a chandelier over a jetted soaking tub). A floor plan can nurture you by fitting a style you love (i.e. Victorian, bungalow, colonial, mid-century modern, etc.), one that draws out your special qualities. Take a look at Seaside Residences Showflat for your reference. Your dreams for abundant life can match up with a floor plan’s features, if you are aware of what physical layout could help you fulfill them. Keep thinking about spaces you need for each family member, storage of household goods, showcasing collections, enjoying family activities, and facilitating hobbies and work.