Why is the master bedroom called the master bedroom?
Consequently, where did the phrase master bedroom come from?
The 1926 Sears catalog marks the first recorded use of the phrase “master bedroom.” At $4,398 the Dutch colonial house was the most expensive in the catalog, featuring: a sunporch, built-in kitchen cupboards, and a “master's” bedroom with a “private” bathroom.
Subsequently, question is, what is another name for master bedroom? The current replacements include: Owner's Suite. Owner's Bedroom. Mastre Bedroom.
Keeping this in consideration, what makes a master bedroom a master bedroom?
A master bedroom is usually a larger bedroom than all the other bedrooms, and most include a master bathroom, which is large and comfortable with a bathtub, a shower ad sometimes two vanity sinks with a large mirror. Also included in many master bedrooms is one or sometimes two walk-in closets.
What is master bedroom size?
An optimum size for a master bedroom would be around 4 x 4m up to around 4.5 x 4.5m (20.25m²). This would allow enough space around the bed and also room for a sitting and/or dressing area.