Indicate floor level changes.
Indicate ceiling height (for small projects or on the reflected ceiling plan for larger projects)
Draw cross-reference symbols such as section, elevation, or detail symbols.
Label room names.
Label major elements including fireplace, furniture, and shelves.
Call out appliances including refrigerator, dishwasher, clothes washer, dryer, and other similar items.
Call out small items such as medicine cabinets, grab bars, towel dispensers, mirrors, etc.
Hierarchical dimension placement
Dimension lines are placed hierarchically in 2 to 3 levels of overall dimension; wall dimension; and opening dimension (Figure 27). Overall dimensions are outermost dimension lines, and measure from outside edge to outside edge. Wall dimensions are the next dimension lines towards the plan, showing exterior wall or interior partition locations.
Figure 27. Hierarchy of dimension
The closest dimension lines to the plan, opening dimensions, indicate window, door, and other opening locations. These three