If you’re in the market for a new home in Tampa, you’ve probably noticed that “open floor plan” is often listed as a desirable feature in a home. Shared space and fewer walls are thought to help families connect more. Open floor plans are also described as great for entertaining. You can easily interact with your guests even while cooking up something delicious.
But they’re not for everyone.
There’s a distinct group of people that enjoy every room having its own purpose. Walls help define a space and allow for visual differentiation between rooms. Walls can make it easier to decorate and furnish a room.
With time, a hybrid model has appeared with some walls to allow for separation and some flowing space to create unity. This piece provides more details.
Ultimately, there’s no right or wrong or even “better.” What matters is that a home works for you and allows you to create your haven.
Whether you’re a fan of open floor plans or like distinct rooms, let’s work together to find your dream home! Give me a call at 813-240-6563 and let’s talk about what you want in your new home.