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Master Bath with door to deck?

Posted by boymama2 (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 23, 09 at 9:19

Has anyone ever heard of or seen a master bathroom with doors leading to a deck? We are remodeling our Master bedroom/bath and are trying to determine the best layout. We have a post and beam home to we are trying to make the most of the ceiling lines. Any thoughts on having a door to a deck in the bathroom? We could have the bedroom part with the door leading to the deck, but are thinking due to the layout it would be better to have the bathroom in that area. We want to make sure what we do would not be offensive to potential buyers should we ever need to sell the home. Thanks for your thoughts!


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RE: Master Bath with door to deck?

Maybe if I saw your floor plan I'd think this was ok, but, on the face of it, it sounds weird. Generally, when you have to go through a second room to get to something, it does not represent optimum design.


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RE: Master Bath with door to deck?

Is it the only door to the deck? Or an additional door to the deck? I wouldn't want to have to go through the mbath to get to a deck, but when we added a new mbath to our current home, we put a door from the bath to the pool deck. It's not the only door however; the pool is also accessible via the family room. This is not an uncommon layout here in Florida.


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