‘Snoring Rooms’ Give Couples Quality Time Apart

If your partner’s snoring has ever forced you out of bed and onto a couch, you’ll be glad to know that some home builders are providing separate “snoring rooms” for their active, 55-plus customers seeking a good night’s sleep, reports msnbc.com.

If your partner’s snoring has ever forced you out of bed and onto a couch, you’ll be glad to know that some home builders are providing separate “snoring rooms” for their active, 55-plus customers seeking a good night’s sleep, reports msnbc.com.

These antechambers to master suites, often linked by a shared bathroom, acknowledge that our homes must suit our needs, whatever those needs might be.

A snoring room might serve a dual purpose — for instance, for multigenerational families living together. “In today’s active adult and empty nester communities, it’s about choice and adaptable home designs,” says Jessica Swanson of builder D.R. Horton.

Who snores in your home? Where do you go for a good night’s sleep?