If you had a tub elsewhere in your house which would you want in your master bath a shower alone or a shower/tub combination?
For me, the master bathroom ought to always include a bath tub, regardless of whether there are others in the house. Even though many of us don't use tubs very often, I still don't see it as a "master bathroom" if it doesn't have a tub. I see it as a "three-quarter" bath.
My personal preferences aside, if the homeowner ever sells the home the expectation of a shower/tub combination in the master bathroom is something many potential buyers will have.
I agree with Lisa HW. Although we virtually never use the tub (and it's a jetted tub), the bathroom would not be complete without it. If you're just now building, I highly recommend dual shower heads. We had them installed when we built the house, and it is the greatest add-on. We use both shower heads every day (over 15 years now). It means no waiting for the shower, and no freezing when trying to share a single shower head. It'll be your best investment ever, and a selling point.
I MUST vote for a tub in the master, but I prefer it separate! I love my shower to get clean, but gotta have that tub to soak in and let the world drift away!
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