Bathrooms are often the smallest rooms in the home which house a large amount of tasks. Like a kitchen, they are a workhorse of the home. Often they aren’t any bigger than a closet, smaller than some actually but regardless of size they facilitate a number of our daily duties.
More often than not we are tasked with working within the constraints of an existing space. Bathroom remodeling lands us in working with smaller spaces, 60 square feet or less for this do-it-all room. How do we get more from less?
Q1: How do you maximize efficiency in a bathroom when you can’t add space?
Q2: In bathroom design where do you save and where do you splurge?
Q3: What is your preferred bathroom faucet style deck or wall mount?
Q4: Which do you use more of floating or standard cabinets?
Q5: Are clients requesting steam showers, body sprays or both?
Q6: Tile is a natural material choice, any tips for selecting or using tile?
Q7: Other than tile, what bathroom floor materials do you like?
Q8: How do you personalize a bathroom for your clients?
Q9: What is your #1 suggestion for designing a beautiful and useful bathroom?
Please join us April 2, 2014 at 2.pm. EST, 11 a.m. PST for a real discussion on arriving at solutions for an efficient bathroom for today’s modern lifestyle.
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