Flexible Individual Bedroom Layouts

Flexible Individual Bedroom Layouts

Description
Description

Flexible Individual Bedrooms are suggestions for planning a single bedroom that is adjustable to many layout scenarios. Typically interested in space planning efficiency, flexible bedroom floor plans should consider bed sizes in the smaller range: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen sizes.

Dimensions & Sizes
Dimensions & Sizes

A 5’ x 5’ (1.5 x 1.5 m) clear zone should be provided whenever possible within the floor plan to provide accessibility to wheelchair users that require additional movement clearances. Flexible bedrooms should have minimum floor plan areas of around 140 ft2 (13 m2).

3D Model
3D Model
Common Questions
Common Questions
What bed sizes should be used in a Flexible Bedroom?
Flexible Bedroom floor plans should consider bed sizes in the smaller range: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen sizes.
How much clear space should be provided in a bedroom layout?
Whenever possible, a 5’ x 5’ | 1.5 m x 1.5 m clear zone should be provided within the floor plan. This space provides accessibility to wheelchair users that require additional movement clearances.
What is a good size for a flexible bedroom?
Flexible bedrooms should have minimum floor plan areas of around 140 ft2 | 13 m2.
Flexible Individual Bedroom Layouts
Details
Details

*Under Development*

Height:
Width:
11’10” | 3.6 m
Depth:
11’10” | 3.6 m
Length:
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Weight:
Area:
140 ft2 | 13 m2
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Bed Sizes: Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen
Flexibility: Handicap accessible

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Drawings include:
Flexible Individual Bedroom plan layout, plan (person)

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Bedrooms, composed of essential furniture like beds, nightstands, wardrobes, and often dressers or seating options, serve as intimate spaces for rest and relaxation. Bedroom layouts focus on maximizing the utility and aesthetic appeal of these components. The bed typically acts as the focal point.

9’6”-10’6” | 2.9-3.2 m
8’9”-9’3” | 2.67-2.82 m
97 ft2 | 9 m2
Full (Double) Bedrooms
320.000
282.000
9.00
5435
GUIDE
3D
Full (Double) Bedrooms
10’-11’ | 3.05-3.35 m
9’2”-9’8” | 2.79-2.95 m
106 ft2 | 9.8 m2
Queen Bedrooms
335.000
295.000
9.80
4260
GUIDE
3D
Queen Bedrooms
16’6” | 5 m
10’2” | 3.1 m
168 ft2 | 15.6 m2
Twin Bedrooms
500.000
310.000
15.60
3600
GUIDE
3D
Twin Bedrooms
11’4”-12’4” | 3.45-3.76 m
9’2”-9’8” | 2.79-2.95 m
119 ft2 | 11 m2
King Bedrooms
376.000
295.000
11.00
2630
GUIDE
3D
King Bedrooms
8’6” | 2.6 m
10’2” | 3.1 m
86 ft2 | 8 m2
Small Single Bedrooms
260.000
310.000
8.00
450
GUIDE
3D
Small Single Bedrooms
11’-12’ | 3.35-3.66 m
9’6”-10’ | 2.9-3.05 m
120 ft2 | 11.1 m2
California King Bedrooms
366.000
305.000
11.10
165
GUIDE
3D
California King Bedrooms
11’6” | 3.5 m
10’2” | 3.1 m
117 ft2 | 10.9 m2
Small Twin Bedrooms
350.000
310.000
10.90
160
GUIDE
3D
Small Twin Bedrooms
11’10” | 3.6 m
11’10” | 3.6 m
140 ft2 | 13 m2
Flexible Individual Bedrooms
360.000
360.000
13.00
0
GUIDE
3D
Flexible Individual Bedrooms