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Master Bedroom Dimensions

On average, the master bedroom dimensions can range from 14x15 sq ft to 22x20 sq ft. Your wants and needs will dictate the dimensions of your master bedroom suite, but with the right furniture and design tips, you can make a smaller master bedroom feel more spacious and open. If you're rethinking your bedroom to build your dream master bedroom, here's everything you need to know about master bedroom dimensions!

When planning out your master room or master suite, there are a few things to take into account. Firstly, can you deviate from a developmental plan? Many fixer-upper and flipper DIY shows highlight the importance of knowing the dimensions of the roof-line and existing layout, which can be a major factor in planning your master bedroom. These measurements can also be the difference between having a balanced space for a walk-in closet, or a spacious bathroom and having enough room in the bedroom itself.

Master Bedroom Dimension Options: Think About Space

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When designing your room, planning ahead for the use of whatever space you have is a must. Would you like a sitting area to relax in your personal space? Or would you like a cozy sleeping nook? What about a separate area for a desk and chair? Spend some time considering what would actually fit in the space, but don't feel as though you need to fill every corner. Keep the room as open as possible, and keep your daily habits or routine in mind. 

Master Suite Walk-in Closet and/or Ensuite

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No matter the size of your master bedroom, you have many design options to incorporate a master suite walk-in closet and/or ensuite. But, something to keep in mind is how many square feet you have to work with between a closet, ensuite, and bedroom. If you're having trouble striking a balance between what you want in all three, ask yourself if you can compromise for quality, not quantity.

With the right furniture pieces, you may not need a large master closet. Get creative. Consider a storage bed instead of trying to shove sweaters in a small closet. Dual-purpose furnishings are great for smaller spaces, but make sure you check the dimensions of your master bedroom before purchasing furniture. 

Still not sure what should go in your space? Contact the design consultants at Bassett Furniture! We pride ourselves on creating rooms you and your guest will love.





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