A floor plan is drafted in miniature scale. This means that the whole drawing of the room fits on one sheet of paper (although sometimes it is a big sheet of paper). As the Galbavy Drive Floor Plan illustrates, you will see parallel lines that scale at whatever width the walls are required to be. Dimensions are usually drawn between the walls to specify room sizes and wall lengths. It should be noted here that a floor plan often indicates built-in features such as wardrobes, kitchen units, and bathroom fittings. Floor plans allow buyers and renters to understand the essence of the property, the spaces, how the spaces interact, outlooks, and flow.