FURNITURE FLOORPLAN FOR YOUR NEW RESIDENCE

You can download our furniture floorplan here

When residing in your new domicile, you may not be able arrange your furniture as it was previously. Our interior planer will gladly assist before the actual move you in arranging your new residence, even if it’s only on paper.

  1. Measure your new residence. Draw the ground plan in thick lines on the millimeter graphic paper in a scale of 1:50 (1 cm = 0.50 m).
  2. Account for the doors, windows, and heaters, as well as the electrical sockets, light switches, and all existing connections (such as telephones, radios, televisions, gas / electrical appliances, etc.).Account for the doors, windows, and heaters, as well as the electrical sockets, light switches, and all existing connections (such as telephones, radios, televisions, gas / electrical appliances, etc.).
  3. Cut out your furniture from the furniture floor plan and look for an optimal place to place them.
  4. After you have found your suitable locations for all items of furniture, now you glue them to the furniture floor plan.
  5. Also be sure to annotate which side and how far the windows and doors open in each room.
    The height of the rooms and doorframes should be annotated as well, allowing you to
    perhaps avoid surprises on moving day when i.e. the wall unit doesn’t under a sloped roof.
  6. Your finished furniture floor plan can be copied as many times as needed and hung in each room, permitting the furniture to be placed immediately in the correct location on moving day and must not be moved back and forth later.