Open-concept abodes allow air to flow freely throughout one's home, avoiding the risk of stagnant air. Other than the health benefits of these types of housing, they are also amazing to look at.
With soaring ceilings of up to fifteen feet high, open-concept abodes can make a space look absolutely huge. These types of designs have become more and more popular in recent years, generating new takes on this kind of architecture. Open homes now have rivers running through their core, along with glass windows from top to bottom. With designs such as these, it's no wonder people are starting to remodel their homes based on these unobstructed floor plans.
For those looking to build a new house, open concepts are a great way to go. Just make sure you enjoy lots of space before building!
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