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They're great. There are many couples that have them.
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Yes and I like it.

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Have you ever come accross a separate His and Hers main bathroom and
what is you opinion on this concept?


Never had one- but it seems like a great idea, especially if both
folks are working the same shift.

I don't want to wait for her- and she doesn't want to go in there
after me.g

There's also all that 'product' - I'd love to have a bathroom with
just my stuff in it. [and she'd love a really girly room]

We don't keep the same schedule these days, but if I was building a
house I'd rather have two smaller master baths than one of those
living room sized monsters I see on TV.

[as an afterthought- I might put two doors on the man-bath- one to a
hallway/guestroom]

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No, but I know several private homes that have installed a urinal in one
of the bathrooms and like it.




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On Mar 29, 4:30*am, fran wrote:
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I get requests for this kind of arrangement in more expensive homes.
There are variations with some shared fixtures.
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Have you ever come accross a separate His and Hers main bathroom and


Nope.

what is you opinion on this concept?


If it works for the occupants of the house, it's a Good Thing for them to have.
If they don't like it, it's a Bad Thing.

Is this a house you're buying or building or remodding for yourselves?

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Yes. Good idea.

We have two bathrooms. While we both use both, I shower in one and my wife
in the other. Eliminates problems of finding the shampoo or shaving cream
because the other person moved your stuff, the towel is where I expect it to
be, etc. If I was building, I'd make two again. The would not necessarily
be from the master bedroom either unless it had a very good and very quiet
exhaust fan. Don't want those vapors creeping into the bedroom.


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Yes. ife & I each have our own lavatory and toilet, shower and tub are
semi-separate from them. She likes to leave stuff out on counter, I don't.
I can't see her stuff so we are both happy.

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On Mar 29, 3:30*am, fran wrote:
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Great idea for indoor plumbing. My outdoor privy has twin holes for
emergencies, ya know. G

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You find them in high-end housing, and what is not to like??

nancy


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on 3/29/2008 7:09 AM Jim Elbrecht said the following:
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Have you ever come accross a separate His and Hers main bathroom and
what is you opinion on this concept?


Never had one- but it seems like a great idea, especially if both
folks are working the same shift.

I don't want to wait for her- and she doesn't want to go in there
after me.g

There's also all that 'product' - I'd love to have a bathroom with
just my stuff in it. [and she'd love a really girly room]

We don't keep the same schedule these days, but if I was building a
house I'd rather have two smaller master baths than one of those
living room sized monsters I see on TV.

[as an afterthought- I might put two doors on the man-bath- one to a
hallway/guestroom]

Jim


Put them on the Woman's bathroom. The Men's bathroom is probably a mess. :-)

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On Sat, 29 Mar 2008 01:30:41 -0700 (PDT), fran
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Have you ever come accross a separate His and Hers main bathroom and
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I've seen homes with separate baths and bathrooms with dual
showers/sinks. I mean, who wouldn't prefer an unshared bathroom,
always available, always private, no exceptions, no interruptions?
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Have you ever come accross a separate His and Hers main bathroom and
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Yes. Don't need another bathroom in the house, have too many as is. Master
bathroom too large, wife rather use the footage in a larger the walk-in
closet. The lady never have enough clothes or shoes!


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