The man has a rich collection of books, and the floor-to-ceiling cabinets in the study use large sliding doors to store books, with the man's business books above and children's books below for his niece to read. The books can be easily accessed by two people of different heights in the same cabinet. When the sliding door is closed, the wall will be clean again. On the side of the cabinet, photos with family members and a collection of city cups brought back from travels are displayed, while small office stationery and folders can be stored in the drawers to create practical storage. The man likes to use drawers to store his belongings. After sorting out the size of the items in the house, the designer made a custom-made floor-to-ceiling closet with woodworking. The light-colored texture and rustic design of the exposed drawers solved the man's dislike of pulling open the closet door and then pulling out the drawers. The height of the drawers is suitable for putting in two rows of laundered and folded clothes, and the middle part of the closet can be used for hanging shirts, while the upper part can be used for storing winter quilts.
The bathroom space has also been designed with many details in mind. In addition to non-slip flooring, the flooring has been designed with no threshold section difference, and the slightly lowered flooring allows for smooth wheelchair access in the shower, preserving a barrier-free space for the future. At the same time, the bottles and jars used for bathing are also planned in a glass compartment with a water fall platform combined with a sink, making it convenient to access and clean. In addition to being functionally appropriate to the needs of living, it also establishes the comfort of home through soft furnishings. Two to three different patterns of tiles are used in the bathroom, with slight kiln changes and color variations, presenting a relaxed and clean bathing space. The lighting is also "essential" and cannot be ignored. Indirect wall lamps with low brightness are used in the living room and corridor, which are embedded in the wall to create visual comfort for the mother and to create a light atmosphere. The design between the living room and the study is especially designed with the horizontal line of sight of a human being sitting down and the length and width of the glass window in mind, and the height of one meter above the floor is just above the back of the sofa. The symmetrical design of the dining room and the chandelier makes every corner of the house an end view.