What makes a bathroom an "ultimate bathroom?" A whole lot of things that promote maximum convenience and comfort—from fireplaces and wall space for flat screen TVs to simple strategic use of space. For example, if you’re married, you’ll probably want the master bathroom to feature dual vanities. While many home plans (especially more modern floor plan designs) offer this amenity, an ultimate bath house plan will likely go a step further by supplying quality space between the vanities so each master may more easily apply make-up, shave, brush teeth, etc. Take Craftsman house plan 120-186, for instance. See how the two master vanities are on opposite sides of the bathroom (as opposed to right next to each other)? Ultimate bath house plan 927-756 is another example. See all that space between the sinks—not to mention the French doors, tray ceiling, and shower seat? Pretty cool!
Tubs and showers also play an important part in determining if a particular house plan is selected for the ultimate bath collection. Ultimate bath house plans almost always feature a master tub and shower that are separate from each other. Many ultimate bath floor plans will also go further into the realm of luxury by offering a larger-than-average walk-in shower (sometimes featuring a shower seat), whirlpool tubs, claw-foot tubs, or over-sized soaking tubs featured grandly in the center of the room.
When it comes to toilets, consider a house plan that offers a separate room (or "water closet") within the master bath specifically for the loo in order to provide extra privacy.
While once limited to only the largest luxury homes, ultimate baths can now be found in most any size and style house plan. Use the square footage filter at the top of the page and the style filters on the left side of the page to find the perfect ultimate bath house plan for you.