Hello. My entrance/main door is opposite to wash basin.In between main door n basin, big dining table comes but still whenever someone enter , wash basin is seen. My main door opens south. what remedy i do n what ill effects it might throw?? please enlighten
I am a civil engineer and I have 3 options, 1. simply erect 2 partitions aside the wash basin and cover with a curtain 2. See all possibilities to relocate the wash basin to other areas, i don't see the plan of the room .. so i can't suggest as such 3. U shall always make a cut-out opening in the wall with all sides (top, bottom and 3 sides) closed and opening in the front and have the whole wash basin set-up behind the wall. Later cover the opening with a curtain or something If found this answer helpful, please vote it as the best answer
Apr 14, 2017
I think the person who design your house wants every person that gets in the main door will have to wash their hands first before they explore the other rooms in the house. I say this house is just the perfect house for the swine flu because they always say, wash your hands, wash your hands. Just kidding. What was your architect thinking? A bit drunk? Just kidding again. Well, let's say, the only remedy is to hire a carpenter (a person who fix the car?) I wish they would call it housepenter, it sounds perfect, that way there's no confusion between the car and the house. Where I live, they actually have this huge store (Home Depot or Lowes, etc.) with all the things you need to fix or remodel your home. And if you can't do it yourself, you tell the customer service you want a Contractor to do it for you. Have a nice day.
Apr 14, 2017