Separate bathrooms is a great idea, if you have the space & the
IMO two smaller, more efficient baths is more desirable than one giant
bath......but it all depends on layout & usage patterns.
One giant bath might give you room for a stall shower & a nice
generous soaking / whirlpool tub.
Two smaller baths might only have room for stall showers or a shower /
standard tub plus the duplicate toilets take up more room.
I prefer a stall shower over shower / tub combo..... I really dislike
taking a shower in a tub.
Separate baths is good but separate houses is even better. :)
Split bathrooms were popular in the 1950's and earlier in more opulent
Typically, this would mean the addition of a ladies "dressing room" (i.e.,
After that era, I guess women didn't mind having their husbands see them
On Sat, 29 Mar 2008 14:24:10 -0700, "Matt W. Barrow"
The problem isn't 'undressed'... <bg> The problem is "You left the
bathroom in a mess" or "You made the bathroom smell" or (love it) "You
didn't put the toilet seat down! AGAIN..."
Ok, that said, do all women sit without looking first? To be honest,
in all my years, I've no recollection of ever dropping my butt into
FWIW, my home is about 25 years old... were I to build another (I
won't) it *will* have dual baths, and dual closets.
I have seen many that have personalized bathrooms...Bidet, sink, vanity.....
I do think space is an issue.
Most bathrooms are small and designed around small areas......
Walk in showers are nice.......Built some of those, and with glass block
What about a nice standup urinal for men?
No more "put the seat down".......
I always say" put the seat up!....:)
Anyway, larger bath with maybe partitions for separate dressing and washing
His and her bath make more toilets to clean?
just some thoughts....
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