Elevation Drawing #3

I can’t think of creative titles for these 😛

So here’s the drawing facing the kitchen sink that I mentioned:

Hallway (Right)

I’m sorry it’s sideways; it won’t let me change it! You should be able to go into tools and rotate it yourself though.

I think it’s pretty clear what everything is, but I’ll explain a little anyway.

Starting on the left/bottom, there’s the utility closet (which I might have to adjust depending on the sliding bathroom door).

Next is the laundry “room” with some shelving. I’ll probably add a door or a curtain eventually, but I don’t mind having it open like that.

Then it’s one side of the kitchen, with the small fridge/freezer, toaster oven, cabinets, window, and sink.

On the end/top there’s another upper cabinet, some open storage, and a dishwasher (I’m not 100% decided on the dishwasher, but I really think it will save water).

Note that there’s no fake drawer under the sink (I think they’re dumb). Apparently cabinetry is really hard, so might as well make everything as simple as possible.

I’ll post the other side of the hallway next.


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Anonymous
    Jun 27, 2014 @ 00:01:10

    Not a minute to spare!


  2. Anonymous
    Jun 27, 2014 @ 00:02:58

    that is what I was thinking when I checked today !


  3. natalienovascotia
    Jun 27, 2014 @ 00:04:29

    Haha, I know. I’m trying to keep up with posting every day but it’s been a busy week 😛


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