The average American bedroom in new homes is between 120 and 150 square feet. Master bedrooms are typically much larger, averaging more than 200 square feet, without taking into account closet space or a bathroom. Bedroom sizes are much bigger in newer construction than in homes built before the 1990s.
There is a big difference in room sizes between 1000 and 2500 sq. ft. houses. For the most part, a 1000 sq. ft house will not even have a formal dining room. Smaller homes have 10x10 size secondary
Room Sizes The size of a room is determined by the function of the room and by the furnishings that go into the room. The list of typical room sizes shown below should be used ONLY as a guide for general planning purposes and to determine overall square footage of a proposed plan. FOYER • Small - 6 x 6 • Medium - 8 x 10 • Large - 8 x 15
In homes below 2500 square feet, the average bedroom size in the United States is 11 feet by 12 feet or 132 square feet in total area. However, in our research it was not uncommon to find bedrooms that were as large as 12 feet by 12 feet or as small as 10 feet by 10 feet.
- 800 sq feet for the house living area (kitchen, living room, dining room, family room, one 1/2 bath) - 300 sq feet for the master suite (bedroom, bathroom, closet) - 150 sq feet for each additional member of the family (kids), offices, and includes the size for the full bath to serve them
THE AVERAGE MASTER BEDROOM SIZE? 200 to 250 sq ft or if you want an idea of the dimensions 14x15, 15x15 or 15x16 That is just the average size. If you want to compete in todays market you need to go with about 350 square feet which would be around