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Standard Size of Room in the House

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While making plan for residential construction project, one should have proper knowledge on standard size of rooms & their positions in house. The room sizes and their positions contribute to spaces for movement, sunlight and natural air for residents.

Standard Room Size and Their Locations

1. Standard Size of Living Room or Drawing Room:

The position of the drawing room should be in the centre of the building and it should be attached to the front verandah and dining place. There should adequate light and ventilation for drawing room.

The standard size of living room depends on the type of furniture to be provided.

Typical size of drawing room varies from 4200mm (14ft) X 4800 mm (16ft) to 5400mm (18ft) X 7200mm (24ft).

2. Bedroom Size Guide:

The positions of the bedrooms should be maintained in such a way that they are properly ventilated and retain privacy. Usually, they are located on the sides of the building in order that minimum one wall is exposed for good ventilation and lighting.

The position of the bedroom should be on the side of the direction of prevailing wind. There should be adequate sunlight in the bedroom throughout morning hours. The least window area should remain 1:10th of the floor area. In bedrooms, there should be 9.5 cubic meter per adult and 5.5cubic meter per child space as well as proper allowance for furniture.

A bedroom should contain an attached bathroom and water closet with sufficient water supply and proper drainage system.

Standard size of bedrooms vary from: 3000mm (10ft) X 3600mm (12ft) to 4200mm (14ft) X 4800mm (16ft).

Also Read: Brief information on standard room size, master bed room, kitchen & living room

3. Size of Guest Room:

Guest room should be built with adequate lights and ventilation. It's position should on one side of the building, usually by the side of the drawing room.

The standard size of the guest rooms should be: 3000mm (10ft) X 3600mm (12ft).

4. Size of Verandah:

Ideal position for verandah should be south and west. If the facade of the building is east then they are also situated in east.

It should be noted that there should not be any opening having height in excess of 2:3rd of the floor width.

Each house should contain one front and rear verandah. If there is not adequate space, the rear verandah should be avoided.

The width of the verandah should vary from 1800mm (6ft) to 3000mm (10ft).

Verandah opening should always contain a chajja projection to safeguard from sunlight and rain water.

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Standard Size of Room in the House