Elevation Drawing #2

Here’s my second little piece of imagination, looking towards the back of the house:

Kitchen & Bathroom Door

Okay, so you’re seeing through the kitchen, past the laundry machine and closets. The sliding bathroom door is closed, and it has a mirror on it. I tried to make the mirror center of the hallway rather than center of the door, but it’s not perfect.

Again, coming down into the space are rafter ties, this time for the sleeping loft. In the front, you can see the ladder stored to the side.

The sink is on the right. The taller part behind the sink is the fridge/freezer (I don’t want the under-the-counter version). On top of it is a toaster oven. You can see some open shelving and there is a cabinet above. The reason why there are two little knobs is that I wanted to have some more clearance above the toaster oven in case it puts off a lot of heat, so I’ll probably make the cabinet higher there. It’ll be clearer when I do a drawing facing the sink.

On the left is a toaster and a stove top, more open shelving and more cabinets above. There are drawers on the left; that’s why there are two knobs there.

The reason the line of the lower cupboards goes all the way to the ceiling is because beyond the kitchen there is a closet (left) and a separated space for the washing machine (right).

I plan having pull-out kick plates for a little bit of extra storage.

More drawings are on the way!



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