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Split Bedroom House Plans A house with split bedrooms has the master suite separated from other bedrooms, whether by putting the great room between them or by having them placed on different floors. Not only does this create a more private master suite, but it also gives the kids their own space, making it ideal for families with older children. This more modern feature is commonly seen in an open floor plan, where it helps decrease the need for hallways and interior walls, and thus preserves more square footage for usable spaces. When divided by stories, the master suite is typically on the ground level, ensuring that the house will serve the needs of parents for many years after the kids move out. This is an increasingly desirable feature as people plan to age in place. If you need assistance finding a split-bedroom plan, please email, live chat, or call us at 866-214-2242 and we'll be happy to help! Featured Home Design House Plan 4421


4 Bedroom House Plans 4 bedroom floor plans are very popular in all design styles and a wide range of home sizes. Four bedroom plans allow room for kids and a guest or bedrooms can be repurposed for home office, craft room or home schooling room use.This 4 bedroom house plan collection represents our most popular and newest four bedroom plans and a selection of our favorites. Many four bedroom floor plans have amenities like mud rooms, studies, and walk-in pantries.To see more 4 br plans try our advanced floor plan search.


Split Bedroom House Plans A house with split bedrooms has the master suite separated from other bedrooms, whether by putting the great room between them or by having them placed on different floors. Not only does this create a more private master suite, but it also gives the kids their own space, making it ideal for families with older children. This more modern feature is commonly seen in an open floor plan, where it helps decrease the need for hallways and interior walls, and thus preserves more square footage for usable spaces. When divided by stories, the master suite is typically on the ground level, ensuring that the house will serve the needs of parents for many years after the kids move out. This is an increasingly desirable feature as people plan to age in place. If you need assistance finding a split-bedroom plan, please email, live chat, or call us at 866-214-2242 and we'll be happy to help!


4 bedroom floor plans are very popular in all design styles and a wide range of home sizes. Four bedroom plans allow room for kids and a guest or bedrooms can be repurposed for home office, craft room or home schooling room use.This 4 bedroom house plan collection represents our most popular and newest four bedroom plans and a selection of our favorites. Many four bedroom floor plans have amenities like mud rooms, studies, and walk-in pantries.To see more 4 br plans try our advanced floor plan search.


Consider the bathroom in the context of your entire master suite and bedroom floor. The relationship of master bedroom, dressing area, bathroom and entry into the suite from the hallway should be the foremost planning principle. Hire an architect or other design professional to help you. The drawing below shows a bedroom entered from the hall. From the bedroom, you pass through a dressing area into the master bathroom, making the bathroom the farthest space from the entry and, therefore, the most private.


Sponsored by: Downstairs master bedroom home plans combine the advantages of one-level living with the style and space of multi-level designs. "Master down" house designs can be luxurious and decadent, simple and straightforward or filled with functional universal design features like curbless showers and extra room around fixtures. If you're planning to age in place, or if you have a family member with physical challenges, these plans might be just what you're looking for. For those who enjoy the outdoors, choose a plan with a patio or porch that opens off the master suite. Or, if you prefer a more secluded retreat, select one that features an enclosed garden courtyard. Learn more about what to look for in a master down plan.


Downstairs master bedroom home plans combine the advantages of one-level living with the style and space of multi-level designs. "Master down" house designs can be luxurious and decadent, simple and straightforward or filled with functional universal design features like curbless showers and extra room around fixtures. If you're planning to age in place, or if you have a family member with physical challenges, these plans might be just what you're looking for. For those who enjoy the outdoors, choose a plan with a patio or porch that opens off the master suite. Or, if you prefer a more secluded retreat, select one that features an enclosed garden courtyard. Learn more about what to look for in a master down plan.


Do architectural floor plans look like astrophysics to you? Does buying large furniture make you break out in hives? You’re not alone. Just like a good sense of direction is not given to everyone—some born New Yorkers still can’t tell the difference between Long Island and New Jersey; spatial organization can be a tricky skill to master. Achieving the perfect bedroom layout is easier said than done, but we came up with a few basic layouts that can help you nail down your floor plan without breaking a sweat. From tackling clutter in your tiny bedroom to filling awkward corners in your cavernous master suite, consider this your road map on how to arrange furniture for the optimal bedroom layout.


1 / 5 PHOTO: Chris Patey for MyDomaine Do architectural floor plans look like astrophysics to you? Does buying large furniture make you break out in hives? You’re not alone. Just like a good sense of direction is not given to everyone—some born New Yorkers still can’t tell the difference between Long Island and New Jersey; spatial organization can be a tricky skill to master. Achieving the perfect bedroom layout is easier said than done, but we came up with a few basic layouts that can help you nail down your floor plan without breaking a sweat. From tackling clutter in your tiny bedroom to filling awkward corners in your cavernous master suite, consider this your road map on how to arrange furniture for the optimal bedroom layout.


A master bedroom and bath addition is a popular remodeling project for personal comfort and enjoyment. A term that you may be hearing a lot lately is “en suite.” En suite refers to a bathroom adjoining a bedroom. A master en suite may include a king size bed, multiple dressers, walk-in closets, a bath with spa features, a walk-in shower, a free-standing tub and other amenities. If space for a master en suite cannot be attained by making interior changes, many homeowners will opt to build an addition.


One remodel often builds off another. Tom and Joan Hagan's 1940s Colonial Revival, in Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey, came with space added by the previous owner, including a room off the master bedroom with closets in the eaves, including one for a washer and dryer. After "hitting our elbows" in the tiny original master bath one too many times, says Joan, they asked designer Tom Santarsiero to convert the bath into a walk-in closet and the unloved room into a master bath with separate behind-closed-doors areas for the toilet and the laundry. As for the look, Joan says, "I wanted something classic and updated but not too ornate."


Unloved No Longer One remodel often builds off another. Tom and Joan Hagan's 1940s Colonial Revival, in Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey, came with space added by the previous owner, including a room off the master bedroom with closets in the eaves, including one for a washer and dryer. After "hitting our elbows" in the tiny original master bath one too many times, says Joan, they asked designer Tom Santarsiero to convert the bath into a walk-in closet and the unloved room into a master bath with separate behind-closed-doors areas for the toilet and the laundry. As for the look, Joan says, "I wanted something classic and updated but not too ornate." Shown: Built-in dressers make good use of low-clearance space in the eaves.


One remodel often builds off another. Tom and Joan Hagan's 1940s Colonial Revival, in Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey, came with space added by the previous owner, including a room off the master bedroom with closets in the eaves, including one for a washer and dryer. After "hitting our elbows" in the tiny original master bath one too many times, says Joan, they asked designer Tom Santarsiero to convert the bath into a walk-in closet and the unloved room into a master bath with separate behind-closed-doors areas for the toilet and the laundry. As for the look, Joan says, "I wanted something classic and updated but not too ornate." Shown: Built-in dressers make good use of low-clearance space in the eaves.