How big of a house can a photographer + clothing line owner and a vet worker under the same roof own?
basement can be a dark room, and a small office sized room or larger (depending on the photographer) as a gallery, a design and inspiration room for the clothing line (which should be quite large) 6 bedrooms would be best i think, and the heated renovated garage is a good idea cuz u dont want pet hair and other gross allergens and bad smellieness in the house, a office for files, a living room, and depending on you two the size of the kitchen but if ur planng on four kids i'd go a bit large,at least two bathrooms, ur home should be at least two stories.
My dad had a clothing line when I was growing up...really, he only needed the garage to run the business as well as the den, converted into an office - however sometimes the boxes during big shipments would take over the living room.
It really depends on *how* you're structuring the business, etc, same with the photography deal.
Well, you're going to want a room for the photographer to do what needs to be done, a loft would be good for the clothing line, and maybe a renovated, heated garage could work as the vet's office. So....at least two bedrooms and a loft.....if you don' t factor in kids.
That's really cool. When I earn more money with my career, I'll most likely buy my own printing machine, that way I won't put so much money into something that's so far away.
P.S. i'm only 15, but i like drafting and design and i want to be an architect wen i get out of school. and i'm guessing ur gunna want a REALLY big house.
well i depends on alot of things, i would go with 6 rooms idk...fudge, im only 14!! haha
She wants at least 4 kids, but going slow