designing your dream bathroom presentation
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DESCRIPTIONSimple steps to designing a bathroom of your dreams.
- 1. Presented byWendy Albee & The Master Builders Assoc.NKBA, NW Eco Building Guild, Remodeler Council of MBA
2. Design it forThe Way that You Liveor Want to Live Who uses the bathroom? How is it used? How would I like to use it? 3. Before had extremely large tub in master bathroomand my clients never took baths.My Office 4. After Remodel Large spa shower with two shower heads.My Office 5. Turned tub to make ample space for shower.My OfficeTub with luxurious bubble technology and heated back. 6. Back-to-back vanities so no need to share countertop spaceMy Office 7. My OfficeA tub withdramatic stepsfor a client whotakes a bathevery day. 8. A vanitydesigned forsmall grand kidswith space for astep stool.My Office 9. The Right Floor Plan Make a priority list Write down the room measurements on a blank piece ofpaper Mark the existing plumbing Remember walls can be removed or opened up 10. After Remodel Floor plan with much larger showerMy Officeand tub turned 90 degrees 11. Include linencabinet and entryto closet inbathroomMy OfficeBefore 12. Bathroom with closetentry and new linencabinet in bathroom.My OfficeBeforeAfter 13. The Illusionof Space 14. My Office Before RemodelBathroom containedsmall room with tinyshower and toilet. 15. After Remodel Removed walls of small shower room and used clear glass inexpanded shower. Hid toilet with small pony wall.My Office 16. Before Remodel Small master bathroom that felt small with semi-opaque glass.My Office 17. After Remodel Small master bathroom feels larger with clear shower glassthat is taller than normal.My OfficeHorizontal tile designmakes bathroom feelwider.Floating vanity adds toa sense of space 18. My OfficeHorizontal tile designwill create the illusionof height. 19. Monochromatic color schemewill create illusion of space.My Office 20. My Office Small floor tilesmake a room feelsmaller.Before 21. My Office Tile floor usinglarger tiles seton- pointe makes aroom feel larger. 22. Light It Up Natural Light General Lighting Task Lighting Ambient Lighting 23. Maximize natural light with large, semi-opaque windowsMy Office 24. Allow natural light in with skylights & high windowsMy Office 25. Enhance light with the reflection of glassMy Office 26. Improve general lighting with ample recessed cans andMy Officetask lighting over vanityUsedimmers 27. My OfficeFrameless glass 28. My OfficeBeautiful light fixtures 29. My OfficeRecessed can lights in soffit ordecorative light fixtures createadequate task lighting 30. Maximize Storage 31. Divide sink cabinets withmatching storage cabinetry.My OfficeDrawersunder sink 32. Tall cabinets that sit oncounter provide extrastorage even in a powderMy Officeroom. 33. Recessed shelves inthe My wall Officecan provideadded storage andbe decorative at thesame time. 34. My OfficeWindow seatprovides storageand matchinghamper . 35. Open area withfloating glassshelves.My OfficeBefore 36. Medicine cabinets like this one fromRobern provide outlets withmirrored back and lift up feature.My Office 37. Universal Design Design a bathroom for everyone to use From young children to older adults Ensure a safe environment 38. My OfficeHand shower withslide bar is adjustablefor any height. 39. My OfficeSingle leverhandles. 40. My OfficeGrab bars arebecoming moredecorative. 41. My Office Shower Seat 42. Shower seat with control on side.My Off 43. Curbless ShowerMy OfficeMoving wall tub 44. Save Energy & Water 45. Did you know? Your bathroom uses 75% of the water in your home Traditional toilet uses 3.5 gal. of water -- 1/3 of the water inyour home Save 67% of water by using dual flush toilet 46. Dual Flush ToiletUses 1.28-1.6 gallons ofwater for full flush&Only .8 gallons forlight flush 47. Water SenseProducts 48. Energy Star LightFixtures 49. Future is Technology 50. Science of Water &SoundVibrAcoustic Hydrotherapy 51. ChromatherapyColors That Soothe 52. Mirrors with TVs 53. LED Backlit Mirrors 54. Ultimate Toilet:NumiToilet byKohler Motion activated seat Air dryer Heated seat Feet warmer Plays music 55. Low Maintenance Epoxy Grout Solid surface countertop Undermount sink One-piece toilet Tiled base molding 56. Spa Features 57. Multiple ShowerSprays 58. Overhead RainShower 59. Luxurious Tubs with bubble technology, heated backs,music therapy, aromatherapy, and almost anything you canthink of. 60. Heated Floors withthermostat control 61. Unique sink or other elements 62. BidetsWashlets 63. Candles, Towels, . 64. The Way That You Live or Want to Live The Right Floor Plan The Illusion of Space Light It Up Maximize Storage Universal Design Save Energy & Water Future is Technology Low Maintenance Spa Features 65. Thank you!