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1 Room Planning 1 Sleeping Area and Bath Facilities

2 Three Basic Areas  Sleeping Area Sleeping Area  Where the family sleeps and rests.  Living Area Living Area  Where the family relaxes, dines, entertains guests, and gathers.  Service Area Service Area  Where food is prepared, clothes are laundered, goods are stored, the car is parked, and house equipment is stored. 2

3 3 Three Basic Areas

4 Sleeping Area  The sleeping area comprises about one- third of the home.  It includes bedrooms, bathrooms, dressing rooms, and nurseries.  Is normally located in a quiet area of the home. 4

5 Small Bedroom  This bedroom has the bare essentials. 5

6  Provides ample space for a double bed, chest of drawers, dresser, tables, etc. 6 Average Bedroom

7  Provides space for additional furniture.  May have its own private bath. 7 Large Bedroom

8 8 Furniture Sizes

9 9 Clearance

10 10 Clearance

11  4 linear feet of closet rod space for a male; 6 linear feet for a female.  Minimum depth is 24".  Locate on interior wall.  Locate near bedroom door. 11 Closets

12  There are a variety of bedroom closet doors from which to choose:  Sliding, bi-fold, accordion, flush  Full openings are more accessible.  Usual door height is 6'-8" or 8'-0". 12 Closets

13  Placing windows on two walls is best.  Draft should not blow across the bed.  Provide at least one entry door.  Door size: 2'-6" to 3'-0" wide  Door should swing into the bedroom. 13 Windows & Doors

14 Functional Bedroom Layout 14 Floor Plan

15  A small, traditional bath. 15 Bathrooms

16  A large, modern bath. 16 Bathrooms

17  A small bath with a shower. 17 Bathrooms

18  A minimal bath. 18 Bathrooms

19  An elaborate bath. 19 Bathrooms

20 Locations of Bathrooms  One or more bathrooms should be near the bedrooms and living areas of the home. 20 Bathrooms

21  A minimum size bath is 5' x 8'. 21 Bathrooms

22  A large bath may be 10' x 10' or larger. 22 Bathrooms

23 Double-Entry Bath 23 Bathrooms

24 Two-Compartment Bath 24 Bathrooms

25 25 Bathrooms

26  A mirror should be placed above the sink or a full-length mirror can be installed on a bathroom wall or door. 26 (Photo courtesy of Kohler Co.) Bathrooms

27  Sink cabinets or vanities provide much-needed countertop and storage space.  Twin lavatories are desirable when more than one person is using the bath. 27 Bathrooms

28 28 Bathrooms

29 29 Bathrooms

30 30 Clearances

31  Bathroom ventilation is a necessity.  Ventilation can be provided by windows or an exhaust fan. 31 Ventilation

32  The bathroom decor should provide for easy cleaning.  Resists moisture.  Provides a pleasing atmosphere. 32 Bathroom Decor


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