The NAHBnow.com recently featured an article about creative spaces that serve more than one purpose. Functionality has been a priority for home buyers who do not wish to pay for more square footage than they really need to.
Builders are presented with the challenge of providing what the buyer wants within a smaller space. They can accomplish that by offering double-duty spaces.
Combining an office with a guest room, a kitchen island with a round table at the end, and a laundry room with a craft studio are some examples of double-duty spaces.
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