Are you about to move into a new home and you are facing the challenge of decorating a space which has elevated and sunken floors? Well yes, it may be a little bit challenging but not impossible to do it. In fact, raised and sunken floors are pretty awesome. They are not very common but once you have them you will appreciate them more since they help define the living area especially if you have an open floor plan. You are probably looking for some great ideas and here you will get some dazzling ones that will give a clear picture of what you would like to have in your home and what you wouldn’t. These Spectacular Raised Floor Interiors That Will Make Your Home More Interesting will get your attention for sure. Plus, they will turn your living space into a comfortable zone which will bring the family closer together. Check them out and see how to decorate the raised floors in your home like a pro!
Do you see how this living room is isolated from the rest of the house and how this elevated floor helps define the different areas of the home with ease? In this way you can clearly set the boundaries and mark each zone of the house.
I’m totally in love with this implicitly separated living room which is totally cozy, comfortable and separated from the dining room with some extra cabinets. How do you like it?
Do you see how the different floor levels in the home work their magic and turn your living space into a cozy spot to hang out? This sunken floor living room has blown my mind away! We have seen sunken seating areas in the yard, so why don’t we bring them indoors too?
This is a wonderful way to separate your open home library from the rest of the living space. Isn’t it just amazing?
Your sunken living room will be the perfect spot in the house to have deep conversation and long and cozy nights chatting with your friends and family.
Even the “rooms” in the house are separated the space is still open and airy and you can have a conversation with the people in the “next” room. When it comes to this type of floors the thing that you should remember is that you shouldn’t change the height of the room. How do you feel about sunken and raised floors? Would you love to have them in your home?