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    Agree with Bec. You don't spend much time in your bedroom so if there's room with everything in, I'd go bathroom.

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    Default Would you prefer a bigger bathroom or master bedroom?

    Hands down bigger bedroom...

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    Bedroom!

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    I would probably go bigger bathroom. Our bathroom has been modified for wheelchair use and is huge. I love it.

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    Default Would you prefer a bigger bathroom or master bedroom?

    If you never plan to sell it doesn't matter, but most people want a master bedroom, not a normal bedroom.

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    ^This.

    I tend to find that if I want some 'family free' time, I'll usually head to the bedroom for a short break.
    So for me a bigger bedroom would definitely be more important .

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    Default Would you prefer a bigger bathroom or master bedroom?

    As far as re sale and what most buyers want - bigger bedrooms, usually they don't complain about small bathrooms but always complain about small bedrooms!

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    Bigger bedroom.

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    How many bedrooms is it?

    I've seen some awesome renos - where people ae converting bedrooms to bathrooms - so the bath has centre stage, double basins etc.

    *drool*

    Personally, our bedrooms are all the same in our house 4mX4m- any smaller (especially as the main bedroom) I think is too small.

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    Default Would you prefer a bigger bathroom or master bedroom?

    How much storage space is there in the rest of the house? Do you have built in robes in the bedroom? We have quite a big bedroom and it's good because it's used for storage as our house is tiny. If you have ample storage space elsewhere and plenty of room for your clothes, etc in the bedroom then expand the bathroom.


 

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