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Re: Two-Story Double Jack-and-Jill Home

I've taken another look at the house and have made some changes (after saving as a second file).





Screenshots of the new arrangement, both floors. As you can see it's still a long way from completion, and the atrium area is now gone. Not only that, but it is now quite rightly named a "Double Jack-And-Jill".







A new look at the Great room. I've moved the Study to where part of the atrium had been and opened up that area to extend the Great room. That area is now an area to watch TV separately from the main area but yet still a part of it... if that makes sense. I was thinking that with so many people living in this house that some would want to watch TV while others might night, but would still like to be in the same general area.

Also, I changed the layout a bit on the next level enough that I could open it up to look down into the Great room. I don't but I think it's pretty interesting. Maybe I should put another staircase leading up to the next level near the extra seating area?

A small disclaimer about the fireplace (as seen in the second picture): I didn't see a texture that I could use for the extension (the part that is now exposed because of the opening of the next floor) that was similar to that used in the fireplace so they don't quite look the same. I did think of maybe just making the extension the same as the wall color but that looked even worse.





I also moved the breakfast nook out of the kitchen and into the rest of what had been the atrium area (I'm still working on this) which meant I had more room for storage and counter space. In moving the breakfast nook out of the kitchen also saw my need to adjust what was already there - as well as adding another ceiling light since the pendant that was over the breakfast nook left the room with the breakfast nook. laughing
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I just double checked the layout of the Great room and I don't think it possible to put in the additional staircase. sad
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I had a small brainstorm about the revised kitchen... Double Wall Oven! biggrin



Now it looks much more cohesive, now that works better than just some general cabinetry.
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I finished the Breakfast nook (only had a few things to do in it).




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Re: Two-Story Double Jack-and-Jill Home

Oh my god, good job ! applause
Design is amazing, we see the woman that you are. smile

I saw lot of rooms without window sad , sorry but I like light of day... smile
We see the man that I am... laughing
So all can be a bunker against nuclear Attack... biggrin
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Re: Two-Story Double Jack-and-Jill Home

Thank you for the compliments.

I realize that there are rooms that don't have any windows; some because they don't have an outside wall to put one in, some because I haven't gotten to working on the rooms yet. I, too, like a lot of natural light, but sometimes it's not easy to get it.

Also, another update. I've also added a 2-car garage. I figure it needs one, not to mention somewhere to do the laundry; unfortunately I ended up putting it into the garage.
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It took a good portion of my day, but I got the rest of the ground floor completed! biggrin



Screenshot of the ground floor. As you can see, it's completed, even the 2-Car Garage is done. Those little things added outside the Great room (top right) are the water heater - enclosed for its protection - and an HVAC. I forgot to add them to the design and had to add them somehow, although I'm not sure I added them in good places.



The Study. There's lots of shelving for books and whatnot, there's a desk for writing at, and two desks with a computer.





The ground floor bathroom. Very roomy.



The first Bedroom on the ground floor. Sparse but roomy. The bed has storage underneath.



The second Bedroom on the ground floor. All the furniture is a copy from the first bedroom. Also sparse but roomy.



The Family room. Lots of seating, easy access to the kitchen, all seats have a great view of the TV. biggrin



And lastly, the 2-Car Garage. You can see the storage units and the laundry area. The garage door is just out of visual to the left.
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Right after posting that, a question popped into my head... "If there's a backyard, how does one get to it from inside the house?"

...No thought on that yet...
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After some thought, I think I worked it out.



The Great room. I shortened the built-in cabinet and added a back door.



The Family room. This door is near the hallway, near the garage door.
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Re: Two-Story Double Jack-and-Jill Home

Hi Aeowyn,

Very nice.

Would love to see full rendering of completed house from the outside



Keep at it

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