Question 1: What ages are you planning for?
If you’ve got young children, you might be drawn to a floor plan where the secondary bedrooms are adjacent to or just across the hall from the master bedroom. It’s common for new parents to want to keep their little ones close by and it’s a lot more convenient if you’re feeding and checking in on them throughout the night. On the other hand, if you’re planning your new home with tweens and teenagers in mind, it might make more sense to create a dedicated children’s wing in a separate area of the home. Having the secondary bedrooms wrapped around a retreat in a separate area of the home creates a hangout space where they can chill out with friends, play video games or do their homework.