A floor plan is a drawing to scale that depicts the relationships between rooms, spaces, traffic patterns, and other physical elements at one level of a structure from above in architecture and building engineering. To indicate room sizes and wall lengths, dimensions are frequently drawn between the walls. The furniture set isn't required for the floor plan to work. In the draft, however, we employ furniture floor plan symbols to assist the viewer visualize how the room would look. Sofa, bed, dining table, armchairs, and cupboards are examples of floor plan symbols.