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Master Bedroom Floor Plan Examples

A basic master bedroom floor plan will include a bedroom, closet space, and may have an attached bathroom. The possibilities from there are virtually endless. A luxurious master bedroom suite may include his and her walk-in closets, a sitting area, a fireplace, and access to the outdoors via either a balcony or a patio. In the bathroom portion of a high-end master suite, you may see a double sink, a soaking bathtub plus a shower, a separate toilet room, and much more.

Typical Master Bedroom Size

The average primary bedroom size is close to 300 square feet (approx 28 m2) and gets smaller or larger depending on the size of the home - the master bedroom size is closer to 200 square feet (18 m2) for smaller homes and closer to 400 square feet (37 m2) for larger homes.

If you plan to choose a king-size bed, you'll need a minimum size of about 12 x 10 ft (4 x 3.5 m), but that will be a tight squeeze as far as adding much other furniture. Luckily, the average size master bedroom is close to 14 x 20 feet (4 x 6 m), which can accommodate a large bed, nightstands, plus a dresser, chair, and even other pieces of furniture.

Master Bedroom Floor Plan Layout Tips

A typical primary bedroom will include a king or queen-size bed, whose location on the floor plan is often dictated by the placement of doors and windows in the room. So as you look at floor plans, make sure you see a good location for your bed.

Having enough space to add a nightstand on either side of the bed allows each person to store glasses, a book, or a water cup. If your room is on the smaller side, some beds come with built-in nightstands that may be a better fit.

Will your master bedroom be a true retreat from the rest of the house, where you may read, or even relax by a fire? If so, make sure that the floor plan has a space to create a relaxing nook, with one or two comfortable chairs or even a sofa or chaise. Or, will your bedroom also act as a home office or even a home gym? The possibilities are virtually endless, so it's important that you think through how you want to use this room before you plan the layout.

Since a primary bedroom often has two people using it, it's a good idea to think about how and when each person will use the various areas of the suite. For example, if one person typically gets up earlier than the other, it's ideal if the early riser can access the bathroom and closet, and then exit the suite without returning back through the bedroom, allowing the other person to continue sleeping. This sort of layout often includes a vestibule entrance - one side of the vestibule has a door to the bedroom, while the other side accesses the bathroom and closet areas.

If both people who use the bedroom tend to get up at the same time, or if you have a small house, then the space that a vestibule takes up could possibly be better used to expand the size of the bedroom, closets, or bathroom.

The Master Bathroom and Closets

As far as the layout for the master bathroom, with some planning, you can create a pleasurable space in which to complete your grooming activities. From shaving and brushing teeth to applying makeup and drying hair, to soaking in a deep bathtub, or doing a manicure - what are your top wants and needs? During the design phase, consider what's most important to you and make sure you have good lighting and mirrors, easy access to power, and convenient locations and storage so that you can perform your grooming activities in an easy and pleasurable way.

For the closet space, do you prefer his and her closets, so that you don't have to see your partner’s organization system (or lack of one!). Or will one shared closet work for your needs?

Visualize Your Dream Master Bedroom

Are you ready to create the primary bedroom of your dreams? Once you've created your dream master bedroom wish list, it's a great idea to browse master bedroom floor plans, try out color schemes, and arrange furniture online to find the perfect layout for your needs.

Illustration of a common bedroom layoutIllustration of a common bedroom layout

Bedrooms are rooms in residentialbuildings furnished as spaces for people to sleep. Sized proportionally in relation to a variety of standard bed sizes, bedrooms are typically desired to be individual rooms that provide a degree of privacy to their users. Bedrooms are required to have a window for light and ventilation and are typically required to provide a closet and egress to be legally considered a bedroom. Bedrooms are often decorated to reflect the personality of the user or the household. Ranging from small dormitory bedrooms to large bedrooms with attached bathrooms, commonly called master bedrooms, bedroom layouts are adaptable to many design demands.

What are the factors to consider when planning a bedroom layout?

Ease of circulation is a factor to consider when planning a bedroom layout. It should be easy to move throughout the room, getting to the door or the closet from the bed for example. Focusing on furniture configuration as well as the scale and function of these pieces is a way to achieve the best flow. View is another factor to consider, especially upon entrance into a bedroom. The sight upon walking in should feel open and possibly lead to a scenic window. Privacy should also be of main concern. It is recommended to design a bedroom layout in which one is unable to look directly into the bedroom from a public space in a home.

How do you design a small bedroom?

A common design idea when working with a small bedroom is to use color, lighting, and furniture pieces to give the illusion that the space is bigger than it actually is. Positioning mirrors will reflect natural light into the space while painting the room white will brighten it up. Pushing the bed up into a corner and mounting both shelves and lights will increase the floor space. These floating shelves can also act as night stands, entry tables, bookcases, etc.

What is a split bedroom floor plan?

A split bedroom floor plan typically separates a home into three areas: a great room or main floor, a master bedroom, and a quarter for the other bedrooms. This layout is intended to give more privacy between bedrooms (specifically for the master) separated on either end of the house with a main living area in between or on entirely different levels.

Browse through our curated Bedroom Guides for additional categorizations, tips, details, variations, styles, and histories of Bedroom. Guides provide additional insights into the unique properties and shared relationships between elements.

California King Bedrooms


California King Bedrooms

Flexible Individual Bedrooms


Flexible Individual Bedrooms

Full | Double Bedrooms


Full | Double Bedrooms

43.75” | 111 cm

29.5” | 75 cm

53.5” | 136 cm


IKEA Gonatt Crib







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32.625” | 83 cm

29.5” | 75 cm

53.5” | 136 cm


IKEA Gulliver Crib







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33.125” | 84 cm

29.125” | 74 cm

53.875” | 137 cm


IKEA Sniglar Crib







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20.875” | 53 cm

26” | 66 cm

33.125” | 84 cm


IKEA Solgul Cradle







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32.625” | 83 cm

29.5” | 75 cm

53.875” | 137 cm


IKEA Solgul Crib







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36.25” | 92 cm

29.125” | 74 cm

54.75” | 139 cm


IKEA Stuva Crib







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34.625” | 88 cm

29.875” | 76 cm

54.375” | 138 cm


IKEA Sundvik Crib







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King Bedrooms

35.25” | 90 cm

31.5” | 80 cm

56.0” | 142 cm


Nifty Timber Crib







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Queen Bedrooms

Small Single Bedrooms


Small Single Bedrooms

Small Twin Bedrooms


Small Twin Bedrooms


Twin Bedrooms
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Master Bedroom Floor Plans

By Meg Escott

Layouts of master bedroom floor plans are very varied.  They range from a simple bedroom with the bed and wardrobes both contained in one room (see the bedroom size page for layouts like this) to more elaborate master suites with bedroom, walk in closet or dressing room, master bathroom and maybe some extra space for seating (or maybe an office). 

On this page I've put together lots of master suite layouts and included a section on adding an en-suite bathroom to a bedroom space.

This page forms part of the bedroom design series.

So let’s take the three main spaces – bedroom, walk-in closet and master bathroom.  These can be arranged in the different ways which we’ll discuss as we go along...  You’ll get a feel for which arrangement you might prefer.

Getting up and going to bed at different times...

One of the main things to have in mind when thinking about space sequencing for your master bedroom floor plan is how important it is for one person to be able to use the bathroom and get dressed (or undressed) without disturbing the other person. 

Master bedroom floor plans with entry straight into the bedroom then...

This type of master suite layout is very efficient because there's no space wasted on circulation between the different spaces.  The main disadvantage of this way of sequencing the master suite spaces is that while one person can go to the bathroom or into the closet and close the door to avoid disturbing the person still in bed (lucky them), they have to come back out into the bedroom to go to any of the other spaces.

Entrance into bedroom then 2 doors to closet and bath

Master bedroom floor plans like this one below is a good layout for this type.  There's no wasted space and the circulation is all handled well around the bed.  There are no doors too near the head of the bed, although I might be tempted to change those double sliding doors into a single door further down at the end of the bed.  The seating nook would be a really cozy place to be.

The dressing table is at the foot of the bed.  There is plenty of space for it there but I'm not a fan of mirrors around the bed (but you might not be bothered by this).  I might put a slim sofa at the foot of the bed and move the dressing table into the nook at the side where the seats are instead.

master bedroom floor plan bedroom entry 1

The circulation works nicely in this floor plan as well.  Notice how the door for the closet has been placed slightly off center to preserve a nice uninterrupted stretch of wall at the foot of the bed.

master bedroom floor plan bedroom entry 2

The arrangement below is along the same lines with a larger closet and on a rectangular footprint.

master bedroom floor plan bedroom entry then doors to closet and bathroom

Entrance into bedroom then door to closet which leads to bathroom

Entrance is straight into the bedroom then a door leads to the walk-in closet which leads in turn to the master bathroom.

This master bedroom floor plan has the advantage of having the bathroom a nice distance from the bedroom so noise is minimized.  On the minus side it's a long way to go to the bathroom!  There's his and hers closets here - something worth thinking about if you've got the room.

master bedroom floor plan bedroom entry 3

Here's another arrangement with his and hers closets that flank a central bathroom.  Part of the wall to the shower and the door to the toilet could be translucent or etched glass to allow light through the bathroom.

master bedroom floor plans with his and hers closets flanking central bathroom

If a separate bath and shower are important to you here's a variation that might be suitable.

master bedroom floor plans with his and hers closets with sinks flanking central bathroom

Entrance into bedroom then door to bathroom which leads to closet

Entrance is straight in the bedroom then a door leads to the master bathroom which leads in turn to the walk-in closet.

If the closet is accessed from the bathroom watch out that the path doesn't go through a wet zone - if so you're asking for wet socks and bringing water into the closet and bedroom on your feet.  In this plan the path from the bedroom to the closet through the bathroom avoids the shower wet zone.

The shower could be placed at the bottom of the bathroom keeping the wet zone out of the way but the closed off toilet room would have to be sacrificed for that.

The dressing table is in the dressing room rather than the bedroom - which means you can get to work with the hair dryer without making too much noise.

And then there's the useful door out of the closet which means that someone could wake up, close the door to the bathroom for their shower, go through to the closet to get dressed and then leave without disturbing their significant other.

master bedroom floor plan bedroom entry 4

Here's another master bedroom floor plan with entry into both the bedroom and the closet, each with an entry into the bathroom.  The bedside lockers are replaced with a shelf behind the bed.  The wet zone in the bathroom is all on one side.  There's a bench next to the bath.  The walk in closet has loads of wardrobe space, a double chest of drawers with a bench on the end and a dressing table.  What's not to like!

master bedroom floor plan entry into bedroom and closet

Master bedroom floor plans with entry into a vestibule then...

Entry into vestibule leading to bedroom and bathroom

Entrance is into a vestibule then one door leads to the bedroom and one door to the bathroom.  The wardrobes are housed in the bedroom.  The dressing table fits nicely into the vestibule here.

I could be tempted to lengthen the bathroom a bit to make room for a double vanity.

master bedroom floor plan vestibule entry 1

Entry into vestibule leading to bedroom, closet and bathroom

Entrance is into a vestibule then one door leads to the bedroom, one door leads to the walk-in closet, one door leads to the master bathroom.

These arrangements allow one person to get up and go about their business without disturbing the person still asleep.

Here's a space efficient master bedroom floor plan with a standard sized bath and a good sized dressing room with room for a dressing table.  The bedroom is exactly that - the bedroom.

master bedroom floor plan vestibule entry 6

Vestibule doubles as a walk-in closet

Here the vestibule doubles as the walk in closet. 

There's an argument for swapping the positions of the bath and shower to keep the wet zone out of the way at the end of the bathroom - it's the shower that gets day to day use.

In this arrangement the bedroom doors come in at the head of the bed - which is something I try and avoid in a stand along bedroom because it compromises the feeling of being protected.  In a suite the bedroom is in a sort of inner sanctum so feels private from the rest of the house.

master bedroom floor plan vestibule entry

Here's another version of this master bedroom floor plan.

master bedroom floor plan vestibule entry 2a

Here's a layout you might be familiar with - the standard blue chip hotel room repeated the world over.

You could replace the bath with a shower - and the bathroom door opening straight onto the toilet isn't great but at least you won't be looking at it from the bed.  It keeps the size of the bathroom to a minimum.

master bedroom floor plan standard hotel layout

So this next one might be the equivalent of a souped up hotel room layout.  The dressing room could be left open plan or closed off with sliding doors as shown.

master bedroom floor plan vestibule entry 3

Here's a great master bedroom floor plan with lots of dressing space, luxurious bathroom and comfortable sleeping space.

master bedroom floor plan vestibule entry 4

Entrance into vestibule then a door to the bathroom a door to bedroom leading to closet

This arrangement handles the circulation well and is quite an efficient use of space.  I'd be tempted to add in an archway or a reduced ceiling level over the bed to give it a feeling like an alcove.

master bedroom floor plan vestibule entry 7

Entrance is into a vestibule then one door leads to the master bath and one door leads to bedroom where there is a door to the walk-in closet.

Entrance into vestibule then a door to bedroom and a door to bathroom leading to closet

This is a more unusual master bedroom floor plan.  Given this outline of space I'd be tempted to sequence the dressing room before the bathroom.

Other Possibilities

Adding an en-suite bathroom to a bedroom

You may be in the position of wanting to add an en suite bathroom to en existing space or maybe you're thinking of taking in a space next door to the master bedroom, such as a smaller bedroom in order to add a bathroom and closet to the space.  If, so then this section is for you.  I've done up a few layouts of adding bathrooms to the corner of an existing room, or by taking a strip at one end of the room.  You can work out a rough idea of the sizes of these rooms by looking at bedroom size and small bathroom floor plans.

So, first up... here, a corner of the room has been used for a really compact bathroom using fixtures that fit into the corners. 

master bedroom floor plan with bathroom in corner

There's also potential to square off the space and create a walk in closet.  I think I prefer this arrangement.  Notice how the doors to the closet and the bathroom are either side of the bed which means there's a stretch of wall at the base of the bed.  The door swing into the bedroom clashes slightly with the closet door but I think this is preferable to having the door open straight onto the side of the bed.  I talk more about door placement for bedrooms on the bedroom design page.

master bedroom floor plan with bathroom in corner and walk in closet

You could opt for a smaller closet and a slightly larger bathroom if you like although there's not much wardrobe space in this design below.  Usually I wouldn't recommend doors opening onto the front of the bed but in this case I think the symmetry of a double door will make the arrangement feel comfortable.

master bedroom floor plan with larger corner bathroom and small walk-in closet

Here's another master bedroom floor plan using the corner of the room for the bathroom.  No problems with wardrobe space here.

Master bedroom floor plan with bathroom in corner and a wall of wardrobes

The space requirement for this layout reduces slightly if sliding doors are used on the wardrobes as shown below. 

Master bedroom floor plan with a corner bathroom and wardrobe wall with sliding doors

Now let's look at some design where a strip of space is taken to create the bathroom.  Both of these designs could be made a little more compact if sliding doors were to be used on the wardrobes.

In this design the bathroom strip is perpendicular to the wall of wardrobes.  Using sliding doors would mean that the shower should have to be smaller.

Master bedroom floor plan with side bathroom and perpendicular wall of wardrobes.

In this design the bathroom and wardrobes are on opposite walls.  Changing the wardrobe doors would have no impact on the size of the bathroom.

Master bedroom floor plan with side bathroom and a wall of wardrobes opposite.

Bath in the bedroom

Picture a bedroom, walk in closet, master bath with toilet, vanity and shower and a bath in the bedroom (maybe prominent in the room or maybe behind sliding doors).  This takes into account that showering tends to be a day to day practical activity whereas bathing tends to be for relaxation.

If you have any other ideas or have come across any interesting master bedroom floor plans please let me know.

Things to watch out for in master bedroom design

As well as the principles of good bedroom design there are two other points I’d like to put forward for master bedroom design.

  • Watch out for those doors.  As well as the entry to the bedroom master suites sometimes have a further two doors (walk-in closet and master bath).  Make sure that the door placements and the furniture all work together.  If possible all doors should be beyond the foot of the bed – leaving the bed in a zone relatively free of circulation.

  • One activity that’s often overlooked in master bedroom design is where grooming activities such as applying and removing make-up, hair drying, giving yourself a manicure / pedicure etc will take place.  A special area for this in the bedroom, walk-in closet (or dressing room) and/or bathroom can make these activities feel really special rather than leaning forward awkwardly over the bathroom vanity to apply make-up or sitting on the bed to blow dry your hair.  You might need to consider more than one area depending on which activities require access to water and/or power.

Master Bedroom Observations

Whenever I'm looking at interior decor images I can't help thinking about the bones of the room - behind the decoration.  Take a look at these images with my observations in the captions.

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