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Ranch style home that features a Hip roof, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and both a rear and front covered porch.

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This spacious home has many extras like the large covered porch on the front and rear of the home, a breakfast nook as well as a formal dining area, a ...

Sharing a bathroom can be a true challenge for anyone, especially for couples who both need his/her own space to get ready in the morning. Two vanity bathroom house plans ease this complication by providing two separate, fully equipped vanity sections to provide homeowners with some much-needed additional space for storing toiletries and other personal care items.

Rather than forcing spouses to share one sink and one mirror when they need to get ready, a two-vanity bathroom gives each of them his/her own place to shave, apply makeup, or wash up—all without...
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Sharing a bathroom can be a true challenge for anyone, especially for couples who both need his/her own space to get ready in the morning. Two vanity bathroom house plans ease this complication by providing two separate, fully equipped vanity sections to provide homeowners with some much-needed additional space for storing toiletries and other personal care items.

Rather than forcing spouses to share one sink and one mirror when they need to get ready, a two-vanity bathroom gives each of them his/her own place to shave, apply makeup, or wash up—all without crowding the other person. It can greatly help to reduce stress during the morning routine, as no one has to fight over limited mirror space or struggle to find his or her toothbrush while the other person is getting ready.

Two vanity bathroom house plans often place the vanities – often referred to as “his and her” vanities – in a separate location from the toilet and shower, further adding to the luxurious feel of the room. This type of bathroom design is meant to give homeowners a true sense of openness and space in an area that is often cramped and neglected in other of home floor plans. That separation from bathing and toilet areas also helps improve the usability of the room in larger families that typically have to share the space, allowing one person to get ready at a sink without preventing another from taking a shower.

This type of bathroom design is also perfect for those who enjoy simple home customizations. Each vanity can be designed to suit the needs and personalities of the person using it, such as by installing special lighting around the mirror or adding basic storage solutions for grooming items.

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TWO VANITY BATHROOM HOUSE PLANS

Ranch style home that features a Hip roof, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and both a rear and front covered porch.

Sharing a bathroom can be a true challenge for anyone, especially for couples who both need his/her own space to get ready in the morning. Two vanity bathroom house plans ease this complication by providing two separate, fully equipped vanity sections to provide homeowners with some much-needed additional space for storing toiletries and other personal care items.

Rather than forcing spouses to share one sink and one mirror when they need to get ready, a two-vanity bathroom gives each of them his/her own place to shave, apply makeup, or wash up—all without crowding the other person. It can greatly help to reduce stress during the morning routine, as no one has to fight over limited mirror space or struggle to find his or her toothbrush while the other person is getting ready.

Two vanity bathroom house plans often place the vanities – often referred to as “his and her” vanities – in a separate location from the toilet and shower, further adding to the luxurious feel of the room. This type of bathroom design is meant to give homeowners a true sense of openness and space in an area that is often cramped and neglected in other of home floor plans. That separation from bathing and toilet areas also helps improve the usability of the room in larger families that typically have to share the space, allowing one person to get ready at a sink without preventing another from taking a shower.

This type of bathroom design is also perfect for those who enjoy simple home customizations. Each vanity can be designed to suit the needs and personalities of the person using it, such as by installing special lighting around the mirror or adding basic storage solutions for grooming items.

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Two-Vanity Bathrooms: Practical Solution to a Shared Space


TPC author Rexy Legaspi
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Step into High Style with a Bathroom That Has Dual Vanities   Over the years, the bathroom has been redesigned, reconfigured, and furnished with luxury amenities to look and feel more like a personal spa, where one can relax, unwind, and be comfortable.  It is – perhaps, next to the kitchen – the most renovated area of the home.  Just think of all the modern makeovers in bathrooms – standalone soaking tubs, walk-in showers, colorful tiles, double sinks. And today, another trend – master baths with tw


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