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300Mst_Cbn04_FloorPlnDsgnBdrm
Weekend Cabin Retreat Project
Designing the Floor Plan Bedrooms
Sacramento City College
EDT 300
EDT 300 - Floor Plan Design-Bedrooms
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Objectives
 After
studying this chapter, you will be
able to:
 Discuss
factors that are important in the
design of bedrooms.
 Plan the size and location of closets for a
typical residence.
 Apply the furniture cutout method in
planning a room arrangement.
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EDT 300 - Floor Plan DesignBedrooms
The House Functional Areas
A
residential structure may be divided
into three basic areas:
 the
Sleeping Area.
 the Living Area.
 the Service Area.
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EDT 300 - Floor Plan DesignBedrooms
The House Functional Areas
 The
Sleeping Area is where the family
sleeps and rests.
 The
Living Area is where the family
relaxes, entertains guests, dines, and
meets together.
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The House Functional Areas
 The
Service Area is the part of the
house where food is prepared, clothes
are laundered, goods are stored, the
car is parked, and equipment for
upkeep of the house is maintained.
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The House Functional Areas
 These
three basic areas are generally
divided into rooms.
 Rooms
provide privacy and help to
separate and contain various activities.
A
house designer must understand the
purpose for each room if a functional
plan is to be developed.
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Sleeping Area
 Usually
about one-third of the house is
dedicated to the sleeping area which
includes bedrooms, bath, dressing
rooms, and nurseries.
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Sleeping Area
 Normally
the sleeping area is in a quiet
part of the house away from traffic and
other noise.
 Consider
prevailing wind direction.
 Orient
the sleeping area to take
advantage of these cool summer
breezes.
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Bedrooms
 Bedrooms
are so important that houses
are frequently categorized as "twobedroom," "three-bedroom," or "fourbedroom."
 The size of the family usually
determines the number of bedrooms
needed.
 Ideally, each person would have his or
her own bedroom.
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Bedrooms
 At
least two bedrooms are desirable.
 The second bedroom could be used as
a guest room and for other activities
when there are no guests.
 A home with only one bedroom may be
difficult to sell.
 A three-bedroom home usually provides
enough space for a family of four.
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Bedrooms
 Include
an extra bedroom in the plan
which can be used for other purposes.
 Guest
bedroom.
 Office.
 Game
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room.
EDT 300 - Floor Plan DesignBedrooms
Bedrooms
 Group
bedrooms together in a separate
wing or level of the house, gives
solitude and privacy.
 Each bedroom should have its own
access to the hall.
 Place each bedroom close to a
bathroom.
 Some bedrooms may have their own
private baths.
 Master
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bedroom.
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Bedrooms
 How
large is a "big" bedroom?
 How little is a "small bedroom?
 The FHA (Federal Housing
Administration) recommends 100
square feet as the minimum size.
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Bedroom Size
A
small bedroom is shown on the next
slide.
 It has 99 square feet and the bare
essentials in furniture.
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Bedroom Size-Small
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Bedroom Size
 An
average size bedroom contains
between 125 and 175 square feet.
 This
size provides ample space for
 Double
or twin beds
 Chest of drawers
 Dresser, and
 Other small pieces of furniture.
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Bedroom Size-Medium
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Bedroom Size
A
large bedroom has over 175 square
feet of floor space.
A
room of this size provides space for
additional furniture.
 Desk
 Chair
 Television
set
 Other bedroom furniture.
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Bedroom Size-Large
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Bedroom Size
 The
largest bedroom is usually
considered to be the master bedroom.
 It should have its own private bath.
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Bedroom Requirements-Closets
 Each
bedroom must have a closet.
 The FHA recommends a minimum of
 Man
- four linear feet of closet rod space
 Woman - six feet linear feet.
 Minimum
 30"
depth is desirable.
 Closets
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closet depth is two feet.
must have light fixtures.
EDT 300 - Floor Plan DesignBedrooms
Bedroom Requirements-Closets
 Locate
closets along interior walls rather
than exterior walls.
 This provides
 noise
insulation between rooms
 Also does not reduce exterior wall space.
 Locate
closets near the entrance of the
room for easy access.
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Bedroom Requirements
A
bedroom will normally have no more
than two exterior walls.
 If
one of the exterior walls is used for
closets, that design will reduce the
chance of cross ventilation through
windows.
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Bedroom Floor Plan
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Steps to Layout Furniture
 1.
Determine furniture size to be used.
 2. Draw the plan view of each item to
the same scale as the floor plan.
 3. Cut out each furniture
representation.
 4. Place the cutouts on the floor plan in
the desired location.
 5. Trace around each one.
 6. Remove cutouts and darken lines.
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Steps to Layout Furniture
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Steps to Layout Furniture
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Bedroom Furniture Spacing
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Bedroom Furniture Spacing
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Windows
 Ideally,
the bedroom should have
windows on two walls.
 Place
and size windows to consider
privacy.
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Doors
 Each
bedroom will have at least one
entry door.
 Doors
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are 1-3/8” thick and 6’-8” high.
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Doors
 Standard
door widths are from 2’-0” to
3-0” in 2” increments.
 2668.
(2’-6” wide by 6’-8” high)
 2868. (2’-8” wide by 6’-8” high)
 3068. (3’-0” wide by 6’-8” high)
 Minimum
door width is 2’-6”.
 Wider
door makes furniture movement
easier.
 To
accommodate a wheelchair, the door
must be 3’-0”.
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Doors
 The
door should swing into the
bedroom.
 Allow space along the wall for the door
to swing.
 Locating
a door near a corner generally
results in less wasted space.
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