No matter how many years have passed, “home” will still be a place where people of different ages can be perfectly integrated into one place.
And a good home will help support both family relationships. And can reduce stress in terms of going to work as well.
The term “good home” may vary from person to person, but overall a good home should be a home that looks and feels good to live in. The internal elements are in proper proportions, and each section has enough space to meet the needs of everyone in the home of different generations.
And a good home should have the following main proportions:
1. Kitchen:This is the room that you need to focus on as a top priority. Because it is the room where you cook, there should be a window and a hood to vent various odors to go outside and the dining table. It should have a room or have a partition to be in proportion.
2. Living room:is a room used for activities in the house. For sitting and watching TV, talking or doing leisure activities together. This room should be in front of the house more than the other rooms because it may also be a living room. And the living room should have a window that provides good ventilation. Maybe add a little decoration to make it look good and impress the guests who come in.
3. Bedroom:If there is a build-in, a bed should be facing the right direction. And there should be a window so that the room is not stuffy.
4. Bathroom:Many people may think that the bathroom doesn’t need much decoration, but the bathroom is a room that gets dirty quickly, and you use it often. In addition to cleaning, it should have beautiful composition and divided proportions for easy cleaning or have a shower room and a toilet zone to keep the floor from getting wet and will not be harmful to the elderly.
5. Green Area:Each house should have a tree. Or wood planted to make the house livable or in the village should have a small garden to make you feel choose green area is also an excellent place to chill, relax or do family activities.