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BEDROOM / BATHROOM PROJECT PART 1 Focus: Developing Design Concepts Format: Digital – PowerPoint Instructions: Develop and Prepare (3) Written Design Concepts for a Master Bedroom Suite – You

BEDROOM / BATHROOM PROJECT – PART 1

Focus: Developing Design Concepts

Format: Digital – PowerPoint

Instructions:

Develop and Prepare (3) Written Design Concepts for a Master Bedroom Suite – You must use the “What, Why & How” Method presented in class

You have (3) different clients (see Client Profiles below)

Each client/project will have its own unique Design Concept

You will use your Design Concepts to make selections and provide an overall design scheme for each client

You will find images of all of your selections and include in your presentation

You will create (3) Schemes and present in a digital format.

Design/Presentation requirements are below:

Bedroom Materials/Finishes: Ceiling/Walls/Floors/Window Treatments

Bedroom Furniture Selections: Bed, Nightstands, Dresser, Art/Accessories, TV

Bedroom Light Fixtures

Bathroom Materials/Finishes: Ceiling/Walls/Floors/Millwork (counter & cabinets)

Bathroom FF&E Selections: Tub, Sinks, Shower & Sink Fittings, Lighting

Your new clients:

The Wagner’s – Scott and Ella are a young married couple who just purchased a townhome in the Heights area of Houston.  He works in finance, and she is a Dr. They prefer clean lines, not a lot of “fluff” but want their home to be comfortable and inviting. The bedroom and bathroom need to have a relaxing “get away” feel as they both work long hours. They have no children.

Ryan Humphrey – Ryan is 29 years old, single and works as an internet gaming programmer. He has just purchased a 3-bedroom home in Colorado. He likes to collect modern art and is not opposed to color.  There will be no TV in his bedroom, and he prefers silver/chrome over brass finishes and leans towards a more modern aesthetic. 

The Davidsons – Cindy and Greta are a retired couple who love nature and being outdoors. They love to garden, reading a good book and also like to go on long walks and sit in the sun with their grandchildren.  They prefer neutral colors that reflect the outdoors but no florals in their décor and would like their bedroom and bathroom to be luxurious and stylish.

Remember, you need to think about how you would like the bedroom to function, and what your “concept” would be.  Think about seating areas, sleeping area, storage, dressing area, etc.  This is your opportunity to be creative!

What is your concept statement? What is the programming? (Here are some questions to ask)

• What size bed? • What types of furniture needed? (Headboard, dresser, lounge chair, rug, etc.)• Comfort level and design style (contemporary, traditional, transitional)• Lighting and TV requirements?• Accessories?

 You will:

• Take the plan that was given to you and research and decide what furnishings you would like to propose for each client.• Create a Programming slide identifying needs and requirements and your solutions.• Create a brief Concept Statement slide summarizing your design intent. This statement should also communicate the mood or feel you are attempting to evoke.  • Create a “working” presentation of your suggestions to review. This will consist of several slides with your suggestions.

Note: This will be a power point presentation.  We will have meetings to review your ideas before your final presentation to the class.  You should have 3 items to present: Concept Statement, Programming, and several slides of your plan for each of your three clients. Include all slides together with Your Name, Class Assignment and Dateon your first slide for each client.

Considerations

Remember to be inspired by who your clients are and what they are interested in, but also remember they hired you for your expertise and your CREATIVITY!

You can include inspirational images in your presentation that represent your design concept, but you cannot include any completed interior/room images.

You must include: your written Design Concept, images of all required Materials/Finishes and FF&E and inspirational concept images. For all (3) clients/projects.

FURNITURE WEBSITES FOR RESEARCH

Furniture 

http://bolierco.com/index.php

http://www.centuryfurniture.com/

http://www.henredon.com/

http://www.vanguardfurniture.com/

http://www.christopherguy.com/catalogue.php

www.kravet.com

http://www.hickorychair.com/

http://leejofa.com/

http://www.zuomod.com/en/modern

http://www.lilyjack.com/

http://www.ef-lm.com/

http://www.donghia.com/

http://www.bernhardt.com/interiors.php

http://www.kohlerinteriors.com/baker/index.jsp

http://www.hf-collection.com/

http://www.knoll.com/knoll_home.jsp

http://hermanmiller.com/

http://www.noirfurniturela.com/

http://www.janshowers.com/

http://www.olystudio.com/

Fabrics and Wallcovering

www.kravet.com

www.schumacher.com

www.ralphlaurenhome.com

www.fabricut.com

Lighting

http://www.stonegatedesigns.com/

http://www.kichler.com/

http://www.feiss.com/

http://www.sonnemanawayoflight.com/

http://www.troy-lighting.com/

Accessories

http://www.arteriorshome.com/shop.aspx

http://www.uttermost.com/

https://www.globalviews.com/

http://mecox.com/

http://www.shopbybrown.com/

Bathroom 

http://www.us.kohler.com/us/

http://www.waterworks.com/

http://www.lefroybrooks.com/

http://www.totousa.com/

http://www.rohlhome.com/home.aspx

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Professional Practice

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Career Paths of the Emerging Designer

Paths include both entrepreneurial as the independent practitioner at work seen here drafting or working for an employer

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Legislative Impact on Interior Design

Types of Interior Design Legislation vary; some examples are:

Certified Interior Designer

Licensed Interior Designer

Permitting Statute

Practice Act

Registered Interior Designer

Title Act

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Legislative Impact on Interior Design

Map depicts a snapshot view of current legislative impact on North America

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Types of Employment

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Range of jobs exist for the beginning interior designer or student looking for work:

Intern

Junior Designer or Design Assistant

CAD Operator

Renderer / Model Builder

Resource Librarian

Showroom Assistant

Sample Desk Receptionist

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Types of Employment

A small interior design firm (Left); A large firm with cubicle arrangement for offices (Right)

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Types of Employment

Steelcase collaboration series known as the “Campfire Series” (Left) ; Steelcase’s videoconferencing collaboration through its media:scape series (Right)

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Marketing and Promotion

Branding: a popular term to describe the comprehensive way of presenting a clear and consistent message of what you have to offer

Includes your resume (chronological or functional), cover letter, and portfolio

Portfolio types: book format with digitally created images printed on paper or easel portfolio

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A project, especially showing materials, appears (and feels) very differently traditionally and digitally

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Operating a Design Business

Business Structures:

Sole Proprietorship

May include a DBA (doing business as)

Partnership

Corporation (several types)

Corporation

Subchapter S corporation

PC (professional corporation)

LLC (limited liability company)

LLP (limited liability partnership)

Independent Contractor

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Operating a Design Business

Business Plan Highlights:

Introduction

Marketing

Financial Management

Operations

Executive Summary

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Basic Elements in a Letter of Agreement with a Client

Scope of the project

The parties and their responsibilities

Services to be rendered, by project phase

Third-party services

Terms for payment of goods

Compensation for services

Contract time frames

Ownership of documents

Rights to photograph and publicize

Termination terms and arbitration clause

Signature and dates of acceptance

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Professional Relationships

The designer and client

Third-party arrangements

Architects; engineers; general contractors; subcontracted labor; specifying agents; and consultants

Vendors and Suppliers

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Fee Structures

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“Time is Money”

There many ways to charge including combinations of any of the following types:

Hourly Fee

Per Diem, or Daily, Rate

Flat, or Fixed, Design Fee

Square Footage, or Area, Fee

Cost-Plus, or Cost Plus Percentage

Retail Basis

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Fee Structures

Many retail stores retain interior designers on staff as an incentive to customers.

There are many Interior designers who are also retailers, such as Bunny Williams and Vicente Wolf

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Fee Structures

A two-part invoice to a client: cost plus percentage and flat hourly fee for design consultation

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Relationship with Suppliers

Application for a trade showroom account is shown

Accounts may be open, or Net 30 depending on the credit extended to the designer

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Relationship with Suppliers

Supplier (trade showroom) pad for use in requesting memos (large samples loaned) and cuttings (swatches)

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Designers are often provided with a trade discount e.g. 40% or 5/10 code generally for fabric

Sample 5/10 code on a fabric price tag. Net (cost for designer) in this example would be $55.10 a yard

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Relationship with Suppliers

Supplier Quotation – quote- sample may also be called an Estimate or a memorandum

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Janet Goodman ESTIMATE

Wallcovering

Houston, TX 77031

4/4/2021

To: Pamela Hope Designs

Re: Installation of Wallcovering

Smith Residence

925 Split Elm

Spring, TX

Labor to prime with Zinsser Gardz primer and install selected wallcovering.

*Any additional wall preparation (floating, sanding, etc.) and associated labor/material costs to be determined after site visit.

Master Suite Accent – Thibaut T83030

5 double rolls (36” wide x 24’ long) $1,100.00

* Estimate good for 90 days

a. Environmental Conditions: Areas to receive wallcovering shall be environmentally controlled by the HVAC system. Maintain a temperature range of 65° – 85° degrees Fahrenheit, with less than 50% relative

humidity, for a period of not less than 4 days prior to installation and maintained thereafter.

b. Lighting: Sufficient lighting will be provided by the Owner/Contractor during the installation process. If required, temporary lighting will be provided to augment insufficient or low level permanent lighting.

c. Wall surfaces shall be clean, smooth and free from defects and imperfections.

d. Recommend surfaces be primed with Zinsser Primer.

e. Prior to permanent installation, installer will provide a test patch for each area that must be approved by client.

f. All areas to be left clean and free of debris.

Sincerely,

Janet Goodman

Relationship with Suppliers

Supplier tag for COM (customer’s own material)

Price shown here does not include the cost of the fabric needed to upholster the chair. Estimate of 7 yds. is based on a standard 54” wide fabric with no pattern repeat

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Placing Orders – Purchase Order

Prepared by the designer on behalf of the client is specific; helps track products; and approved by the client

Highlights:

Contact information

Payment method

Product specifications

Quantity and costs

Delivery information

Special instructions

Approvals and signatures

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Relationship with Suppliers

The Purchase Order

Example here shows cross-referencing of two purchase orders for custom upholstered goods

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