Full bathroom spaces are prime opportunities to add wellness benefits to your clients’ homes. Bathrooms are among the most essential rooms tied to human well-being, given their essential roles in digestion, hygiene, grooming, and relaxation.
One easy way to incorporate wellness features into your projects – especially main suites, guest bathrooms, and pool baths – is by including products that provide warmth in your bathroom spaces. Heated towel racks make great additions to these areas because they bring an essence of luxury, while boasting many other important benefits. These products add Comfort & Joy, the Fifth Facet of Wellness Design, and the one that most often drives client delight and referrals.
Join wellness design consultant and Wellness by Design book author Jamie Gold, CKD, CAPS, MCCWC with heated towel rack manufacturer and sponsor Amba Products for The Wellness Benefits of Bathroom Warmth. This lively, informative KBtribechat will happen on Twitter, Wednesday, March 17th at 2 PM ET/11 AM PT.
Our KBtribechat Questions:
Q1. Are you discussing wellness design features and benefits with your residential bathroom clients? If so, what are those conversations like?
Q2. What are some simple ways to promote wellness in the bathroom?
Q3. Are your clients requesting particular wellness design products? If so, which ones are they most interested in?
Q4. How can you merge wellness and luxury to make the perfect spa-like bathroom design? Please share project photos!
Q5. What are some cost-effective ways to make bathrooms healthier?
Q6: How does technology fit into a wellness focused bathroom design?
You’ve probably specified hundreds or even thousands of organizing accessories for your projects, but have you thought about them as wellness design features? How might doing so improve your clients’ lives and your profitability? Join wellness design consultant and author Jamie Gold, CKD, CAPS, MCCWC with organizing manufacturer and sponsor Rev-A-Shelf for a Wednesday, September 16th discussion about the Five Facets of Wellness Design and how organization enhances functionality, the fourth facet.
Our KBtribechat Questions:
Q1. Are you discussing wellness design with your residential clients? If so, how do you define it and which rooms are they most interested in enhancing?
Q2. Are you discussing aging/living in place, accessibility and/or ergonomics with your clients? If so, how are you tying those conversations into the organizing accessories you recommend?
Q3. What are the most popular organizing accessories you’re specifying for your kitchen projects, and what wellness benefits are you discussing with clients about them?
Q4. What are the most popular organizing accessories you’re specifying for your adult and children’s bathroom projects, and what wellness benefits are you discussing with clients about them?
Q5. What are the most popular organizing accessories you’re specifying for your laundry/flex room projects, and what wellness benefits are you discussing with clients about them?
Q6. Which other rooms or spaces (e.g., butler’s pantries, garages, closets) are you specifying organizing accessories for and which types are the most popular?
Jamie’s professional focus is the link between healthy living and healthy home spaces. She consults for homeowners and the homebuilding industry on this topic, and is a popular speaker at trade shows around the country. This was one of the reasons for Jamie’s inclusion in a 2017 industry top 50 Innovators list and being named 2020 Wellness Influencer in another.
Jamie’s first book, New Kitchen Ideas That Work, published in 2012 by Taunton Press. Her second Taunton book, New Bathroom Idea Book, published in 2017. Both shared ideas about wellness and functionality, as well as style. An avid trend watcher, Jamie also writes the monthly Trend Spotting section for Kitchen & Bath Design News and is a regular contributor to Forbes.com on wellness design. Her articles have appeared in Fine Homebuilding, HuffPost, BobVila.com, Houzz and numerous other publications. Her design blog, Gold Notes: Nuggets from the World of Residential Design, has been posting online at her website since 2008.
In addition to writing and consulting on residential design projects, Jamie creates seminars and webinars for media, trade and consumer audiences, and consults on product development and trends for housing industry corporations and financial analysts.
Her speaking credits include the official National Kitchen & Bath Association Chapter Presenters roster and panels at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show and Dwell on Design.