The best ADU Floor Plan addresses family needs and fits the backyard like a glove. Your new ADU should look like it has always been there, not as a foreign object. It should also maximize the space – take as much of your backyard as you are willing to dedicate to the new living area.
300 sq ft will make a comfortable studio with a kitchenette and more room for a proper bathroom.
The smallest size we offer where you can fit a tiny bedroom in addition to the open space used for living and eating.
This one bedroom one bathroom can be executed in an T shaped or L shape layout depending on the space in your backyard. The layout is usually governed by access and privacy considerations.
This two bedroom two bathroom ADU design makes efficient use of space with more emphasis on private quarters than on common living area.
This detached two bedroom two bathroom ADU has a primary en suite bathroom and an additional bathroom with access from the living area.
We often make site-specific edits to the floor plans design to meet your needs, reflect location details and local permit requirements.
What this means? A couple of examples.
You may have a main house layout that has windows looking directly into the ADU windows if left as is. We can shift the windows so that both homes retain privacy.
You may have a huge tree in your backyard that we need to consider when placing the ADU. We redesign the foundation to make sure the arborist can bless the design and sign us off.
The best way to make sure we understand what you need is to sign up for our complimentary design call. We will run an online check of the backyard during the call with you, and you can share whatever restrictions you may want to incorporate into design.
Surprisingly, the same information that any new construction plan set requires.