No matter the size of a home, the master bath is always the center of attention. We all know luxurious homes have those eye-widening bathrooms. Within this blog article, you will be finding separate his and her baths that have separate sitting areas. Is this rare? Not so much. You’ll also see this separate idea a bit more with the addition of a “snoring” room that shares the master bath.
Where’s the need for private bath suites? Well, to start out, the market is loaded with aging baby boomers! These people are ultimately deciding to downsize, therefore two-bedroom homes are gaining momentum; however, these buyers usually don’t like reducing the size or the amenities for their bath. They search for efficiency: big showers, lots of storage, and close proximity to the laundry area.
No matter what type of buyer you are, remember everyone always expects a great deal of attention to be paid to their master baths. Designed for a homeowner desiring to reduce size, some two-bedroom houses offer great space with stress on outdoor living. The efficient master suite has easy access to the rear porch and laundry room. A gigantic shower and separate tub add a rich touch, while additional built-ins provide space for clothes and linens. A window in the market closet allows light to shine through.
First-floor master suites can only encompass one wing of a home if requested. The suite has his and her studies as well as bathrooms. Study rooms can be placed between the bedroom and the rest of the home. Through this set-up, it helps separate the suite from the activities of a large family while still providing convenient access from both the bedroom and the house. Also included in between is a coffee/wet bar, which saves a trip to the kitchen.
The lady’s bathroom can then be able to be built upon given future incline, usually for enhanced relaxation. The bedroom can then, itself, have ventilation from both sides of the house. The circulation path is along one side of room for direct access from the house to the bathrooms, which lessens the need to cross the bedroom.
Any couple can design their house in shared and private spaces to create a private environment for a couple to enjoy. One room that can be created is the ‘snoring room’, a separate bedroom that can be used to rest when the other occupant is snoring or restless. Other rooms to accommodate privacy are the master bath with closets, water closets, shared dressing area and grand showers while all being connected to snoring room and bedroom.
To many homeowners, the master bedroom and bathroom suite should scream retreat. These should be the most desirable places of the house. These luxuries add to a family’s comfort ability significantly.
Master suites are typically quite large and equipped with enough room to accommodate anything. A private entrance to the bathroom away from the bedroom can allow for more privacy and a path so your significant other is not woken or disturbed. Vanity tops are important in that they can be spacey with a knee spot built in.
Popular features are soaking tubs and walk-in showers with glass surroundings. These can add to the space’s proximity and serenity.