Duh! So that’s why some homes have two master suites

Written By: Kathy Price-Robinson - Oct• 03•07

Hornsteinbedroomafter_2Why do some homes have two master suites?

Maybe I’m not overly bright, because until today I thought dual master suites were for when two families shared a house (which I thought was odd).

But now I get it: Two master suites are for a couple who sleeps in separate rooms. According to a report from MSNBC, 23 percent of couples sleep apart, which is based on a survey by the American Sleep Foundation. In Canada, 34% of couples are nighttime loners.

But here’s what’s interesting, according to the MSNBC report:

Women sleep less soundly when they share a bed with a romantic partner, a study published this month in Sleep and Biological Rhythms found. Surprisingly, men actually sleep better when they sleep next to a woman.

That’s a big dilemma. What do you think?

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