Internal Elevations

Having an understanding of how the proposed rooms will look in a scheme can aid in making decisions on the location of cupboards, windows, doors and even electrical sockets. This can then ensure that items such as radiators are not positioned in the same location as electrical sockets. By knowing the position of these items it can also allow the appropriate wall finishes to be used in the correct locations, such as the extent of tiling around a bath or sink. This drawing technique can also provide an opportunity to agree and determine the correct colour schemes by comparing the colours of permanent features such as light sockets and temporary features such as furniture against wall, ceiling and floor colours.