You love your darling husband, but I’m sure you love your sleep too. I certainly do. After a day spent rushing around Tucson, the last thing I want is to go to sleep with a freight train. Snoring rooms are the latest home luxury.
These small bedrooms attached to the master suite are a simple concept with revolutionary results. For couples with one or more noisy sleepers, separate sleeping rooms provide the peace and quiet each person needs for a full night’s sleep.
Worried about leaving your snoring partner? Mark Nash, publisher of Agent to Agent and the author of 1001 Tips for Buying and Selling a Home says, “It’s becoming more socially acceptable to say, ‘I love you, but I’m not going to sleep with the chain saw. I need my rest, too.’”
Standing up for your sleep isn’t only about enjoying the next day. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study, sixteen and a half percent of fatal crashes involved drowsy drivers.
While a snoring room requires some additional planning, it doesn’t typically change the overall size or price of a Tucson home. Often, it means trimming a small area of the garage storage space or slightly reducing the size of a walk in closet. Converting a small section of your shoe storage into fully alert days may be the wake up call you never dreamed possible. When’s the last time you had a full nights sleep?