Would you live here /3/
not without a washer/dryer comboif you're building a cabin you're probably not too close to a laundromat
>>643985Yeah definitely missing that
Looks comfy enough, probably wouldn't mind. What's that huge black rod in the middle, some kinda boiler? Also, your proportions of some of the assets are kinda off. That bathroom door is huge, for example (is the bathroom lacking a toilet by the way?), and the darker brown chair at The Battlestation seems smaller than the dining chairs. The railing on the stairway's the wrong way around as well, by the way. No point with having railings when there's already a wall, and there should also be another set of railings on the second floor just to make things look a little more safe.As for decor, it could use a few more plants/floor lamps to spruce things up a bit. There's a "void" between the stairway and the L table that could really use maybe a cabinet or a potted plant to fill in the space. Maybe a rug in the middle of the living area would be nice as well.
>>643989Appreciate the comments, the weird cylindrical thing is a stove, wood burning or pellet burning. I agree with pretty much everything you've said. All of those issues stem from limitations in the free program I'm using. Walls and furniture would be more aesthetically pleasing and cohesive colors, and yes there is a toilet
>>643983When I was a bachelor, sure, provided the price is reasonable, and a few details are addressed:1) Is there an HVAC system? There's some space underneath the stairs for one, I'd hope that would be installed.2) Is there a water heater? Again, I think you could smoosh that beneath the stairs, and I'm definitely not doing cold showers unless the price is veeeeery affordable.3) It's hard to tell from these images, but is that a stove/oven combo to the left of the kitchen sink? If it is, is the woodfire stove just for aesthetics, or is it replacing central heating?4) Is that a refrigerator in the kitchen, opposite the sink/stove? Or more cabinets? If it is more cabinets, where would I put my fridge?5) The bathroom is just a little too tight. I know you dropped the door in backwards so it swings out, but bathroom doors swing in, and the way it would swing would force you to do a weird little shimmy to get inside. Push the Battlestation towards the stairs a few feet and widen that bathroom up enough to let a person actually get inside without having to step up on the toilet to close the door.6) The roof is a little too low for the loft level. I see what you're going for with the angled roof, but it's too tight, anybody taller than five feet is doing the worm to reach their bed, and that's gonna get old real quick. I'm also not sure how you're expected to get a mattress in/out of there.7) There needs to be a small ventilation window in the bathroom, since I'm pretty sure you won't have a vent fan in the ceiling going straight up into the bedroom/loft.Aside from all that, though, I could see a place like this going for $1100/mo to $2000/mo in LA, depending on location.
>>643983There's a lot of wasted space like the fridge could be connected to the cabinets slowing for a larger dining table. The stairs don't look to code unless they are compact but they don't need to be. The upstairs bedroom has the room sloping down towards the area you would be standing in, meaning that the highest point of upstairs is above the bed. I think a room around the desk down stairs flush with the bathroom would be more practical, walls are nice to hang things on and put things against.
Not with those shaders.
>>643983This is pretty fucking close to the layout of my family's cottage.A few notes about your design.The wall behind your furnace needs to be at least 36 inches away from the wall, unless you have some kind of tile liner.The fridge is in a horrible location. The back of a fridge gets super hot, and the furnace will only make it hotter. It won't be able to properly cool your food.Those stairs are not to code. Those stairs are not code compliant. They are way too steep and narrow. The only way you can have those is if the home was built before the IRC codes came into effect (1997 I believe, my family's cottage still has the steep stairs because of this). But even then, you need a handrails going up and a railing at the top (all of which need to code compliant). If I bought this place I would move the railing on the wall over to the left side. You only need only handrail if the other side has a wall. But that one handrail has to go 12 inches past the top step.The chimney is too close to the second floor railing (which looks a little too short). It isn't a good idea to have a hot chimney within reach as someone can touch it from the second floor. It would be better to cover it. It is also way too close to the railing which would be considered a combustible depending on the material.There's no way that there's enough head clearance on the second floor. Unless you have some kind of dormer window up there, you would smack your head going to the railing since the roof angles downwards.This is just personal preference but the bathtub is a little awkward next to the sink. You'll also slam the door into whoever is at the sink, and the bathroom door basically always has to be closed if you're using the kitchen. That corner chair next to the window in the kitchen looks like a pain in the ass to get to. You have to squeeze your ass to get past the counter. There's no way to get out of the window spot of the bed without waking your partner.
>>643983That poor little stove is going to have a hard time heating a cabin that is 1/4 windows, even if it is a pretty concise cabin. Unless the place it's meant for isn't all that cold or it has some sort carpet curtain for cold seasons.I also don't see a toilet in that bathroom which you could easily replace with the sink. I mean the next water source is like 2 feet away in the kitchen sink.Consider moving the bookshelf in that little empty area by the stairs and put a window like pic related to open up the place a little. Living in a tiny cabin that feels even smaller than it already sucks. If you have multiple people in there you're going to have people sitting on the sofa trying to scream through the wall to speak to whoever is in the kitchen. putting the bed upstairs is smart. That's where it stays warm longer and you can't really tend to a stove while you're sleeping,
>>643983>>644500Maybe rotate the table and chairs 90 degrees against the interior wall and move the fridge against the wall where that hard to access chair used to be. Two problems gone.
>>643983How will white bois ever recover
>>643996No way this place would be in LA. There are windows on all 4 sides
>>644548You can’t move thforward fridge there, that corner is littered with windows
fuck off with the fireplace and add a bar faggot
>>644574That was just for reference of pricing. If I'd said "$2000/mo in Arkansas" you'd have expected every surface to be 24K gold-plated.
Normies want a tv if there is a sofa.
>lemme just go downstairs at night to pissreplace couch with a bed, no second floor, feels bigger with higher ceiling.
>>644668Then you lose the hole point about OPs design.
>stairs right next to the entrance doordropped
>>644677Why? What is wrong with that?
>>644679It's simply odd, the door could be a distraction/obstacle when you want to get to the stairs and is not common to see the stairs that close to a door
>>644677If you're outside and want to get something upstairs this creates the shortest route possible.
>>644682But the only thing upstairs in this case is the bed.
>>644683That's where sex usually happens. Don't you see the importance of it?
>>643983Overrated open spaces as usual.
>>645162Open offices, open living spaces, open software... Blender... shit.