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"Suite-ing" the bathroom
Whether a home is large or small, the master bath continues to demand a great deal of attention.
ArchitectBrit Perkins, AIA, LEED APEDI International, Inc.415.362.2880Plan sizeTotal size: 1,850 sfWidth: 48 feetDepth: 75 feet
This first-floor master suite is one wing of an 8,500-square-foot home. The suite has his and her studies as well as bathrooms. The studies are located between the bedroom and the rest of the home. This set-up helps insulate the suite from the activities of a large family while still providing convenient access from both the bedroom and the house. Between the studies is a coffee/wet bar, which saves a trip to the kitchen.
Her bathroom has a stub out for a tub should a future owner be so inclined. But the current owner wanted a chair for relaxing. Her closet has a large island in the center. The clothes are protected while being easy to find behind glass doors. His closet has a similar layout. Both bathrooms have swing out flat-screen TVs.