When you look around your neighborhood, do you ever think that some of the houses are bigger than the one you live in? We have compared the average bedroom size in every US state, and the results are listed below for your perusal. Now is your chance to find out where you stand among the other states.

Before we begin, let’s see how we defined a bedroom. A room that serves both as a place to sleep and as a repository for an individual’s private belongings is called a bedroom. Some people use it as if it were their primary residence, while others go there only when they have a pressing need for privacy or when they are simply too worn out at the end of the day to engage in any other activity.

There are a number of factors that determine how much space is necessary inside a bedroom. Some of these factors include, but are not limited to, the level of comfort that is desired, whether or not there will be furniture that requires space, whether or not certain furniture will be customized or modified, and so on. Having said that, the term “average bedroom size” can refer to something entirely different depending on who you ask.

For instance, if you were to ask someone who never leaves their apartment and never has access to yard space (and therefore never owns any real estate), they might say that an apartment-sized bedroom is the standard size. On the other hand, if you ask somebody who wants to live in a large house and who is willing to build everything from scratch, they might say that their dream comes true with a “one person bedroom” (which likely corresponds to the average bedroom size).

However, since we are going to be quantifying what exactly is meant by the term “average bedroom size,” it is only fair that we equate this term to something that is applicable to a large number of people and is something that can be put into practice. In spite of this, the typical size of a one-bedroom apartment in the United States is approximately 300 square feet (give or take a few), and this measurement takes into account areas such as closets and closet space. Virtually everyone who lives in the United States today would reach this conclusion. Having said that, the standard bedroom size in the United States is approximately 300 square feet, and the following is what we found when we compared the average bedroom size in each of the 50 states in the country to the national average.

Hawaii

It may come as a surprise to some individuals, but the typical bedroom in Hawaii is more than 200 square feet in size. The fact that many houses in Hawaii do not have a second floor is due to the increased likelihood of earthquakes and tsunamis, which is why this percentage is so unusually low (which can destroy anything built too high). In addition, many houses do not have a basement because of the propensity for it to flood frequently during the rainy season. After building a home on one level, there isn’t much room left over, so they plan accordingly by making sure that each room functions as effectively as it possibly can.

Alaska

The majority of people probably would not anticipate Alaska to be this high on the list, but the state has an average bedroom size that is greater than 300 square feet. In fact, according to custom home builders in Alaska, the average size of a home that they construct is approximately 2,200 square feet (including the kitchen and living room). Cities such as Anchorage and Fairbanks have a very low population density, which means that large properties can be purchased for a reasonable price. However, things change once we get to the south, where there is primarily just forest and mountains. You start to see small houses built next to each other with barely enough space for a person to stand between them.

West Virginia

West Virginia has the smallest average bedroom size of any state in the United States, coming in at approximately 183 square feet. This is probably due to the fact that West Virginia is a rural state with a low population density. As a result, there is plenty of space for everyone, even though many people in the state live in houses or apartments with limited square footage.

South Carolina (Scotland)

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the average bedroom in South Carolina is roughly 200 square feet in size because the overall apartment sizes are also pretty comparable. However, due to the state’s high population density and the absence of “old” buildings, South Carolina does not rank higher on this list. This means that the state does not have any real historical significance. Consequently, while many people have large homes in areas such as Hilton Head, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, and other similar locations, some smaller cities such as Camden suffer from what some people may call overcrowding. Assuming you don’t mind living in a densely populated area, the advantages of doing so far outweigh the disadvantages, even though it’s true that nobody enjoys living in quarters as congested as those.

State of North Dakota

This state alone is very interesting to look at because it’s classified as both “midwest” and “farming/countryside,” but in general, it tends to find itself lower on this list due to its population density. The average bedroom size in North Dakota is approximately 211 square feet, which means that this state alone is very interesting to look at (percentage-wise).

Oklahoma

The typical bedroom in Oklahoma is 210 square feet in size, which is pretty much what you’d anticipate from a state that is primarily comprised of farmland and has ongoing agricultural activity throughout the entire year. However, unless they own a farm or work on one, many people will not even consider moving to a state like Oklahoma as a potential place to live. It is possible that the actual towns and cities in this state are not large enough to justify the construction of larger homes, despite the fact that bedroom space in farmhouses would be ample.

Kentucky

As you probably anticipated, the average bedroom size in Kentucky is very comparable to the bedroom size in Oklahoma, coming in at approximately 210 square feet. Again, the majority of this state is comprised of agricultural land. In spite of this, its population density is slightly higher than that of Oklahoma, which means that homebuilders can only construct two-story houses rather than one-story homes like those found in Oklahoma. On the other hand, these two states are located right next to each other, which means that in the event that Oklahoma experiences a significant economic boom at some point in the future, the larger homes in that state might put additional pressure on the housing prices in Kentucky.

Indiana

This state has a tendency to be very flat, and the majority of its economy is based on agriculture, so it is interesting to note that the typical bedroom in Indiana is approximately 194 square feet in size. Despite this, despite the fact that they have a lower population, they still have a relatively high population density, which is what keeps them from being lower on the list. The fact that their oldest homes and buildings are even older than those in West Virginia (which indicates that they do not have much historical significance) is the only reason why they are not ranked higher than number seven.

Virginia

The typical bedroom in Virginia is approximately 203 square feet in size, which is pretty much in line with what you might anticipate from a state that is primarily known for the larger homes that it has. People tend to think of either Monticello or Richmond, Virginia, when they consider the state of Virginia. This is because Monticello is the location of Thomas Jefferson’s estate. As a direct consequence of this, the vast majority of people are unaware that the state of Virginia’s Old Dominion has some pretty sizable bedroom dimensions.

Wisconsin

The Dairy State of Wisconsin has an average bedroom size of approximately 203 square feet, which is exactly what you’d expect from a state with the nickname “The Cheese State.” The level of agricultural production and concentration in this state is so high that it could be construed as a single massive farm that has been subdivided into numerous smaller farms. As a result, despite the fact that this state comprises almost the entirety of the Dairy Belt in the United States, the average bedroom size is about what one would anticipate.

Massachusetts

It may come as a surprise to learn that the typical bedroom in Massachusetts is approximately 220 square feet in size, given the advanced age of some of the state’s structures. After taking into account all of these factors, a living space of 220 square feet is an appropriate amount of space for a person to feel at ease in. This can be explained by the fact that many older buildings in the cities of New England were constructed before the implementation of modern building codes.

Minnesota

It is not surprising that the typical bedroom in Minnesota is approximately 200 square feet in size, given the state’s high population density and the importance of its historical past. The fact that Minnesota is known for having both very old buildings and more recent homes and apartments serves as further evidence that the average size of a state in the United States tends to increase when the various buildings in that state are added together.

Louisiana

Before you can even make out any other houses in the distance beyond that point, you will notice that endless acres of land are adorned with sprawling manors in the style of plantations that have enormous front lawns.

When you find these kinds of houses out in the middle of nowhere, where they could just as easily be called “big mansions,” they are very interesting to look at; however, when you put them right next to other normal-sized houses, they start looking more like regular homes (due to their lack of historical significance).

However, due to the fact that Louisiana is such a large state with a relatively low population density, it is one of the few states in which homes that resemble those found on plantations can still be observed on a regular basis even in modern times. In addition, the average bedroom size in Louisiana clocks in at approximately 184 square feet, which is reasonable taking into consideration the fact that many people in the state live near New Orleans and other coastal cities where land prices tend to be very high.

Pennsylvania

It may come as a surprise to learn that Pennsylvania’s typical bedroom takes up only about 191 square feet of space, given that the majority of Pennsylvania’s historic homes are quite sizable. Even though its smaller cities are spread out over a much larger area than in some other states (which ultimately results in the average house or bedroom size being lower), this demonstrates how the overall population density here is so high. This shows how the population density here is so high.

Vermont

The low population density of Vermont (which is even lower than that of Maine) accounts for the state’s average bedroom size of approximately 184 square feet. This makes perfect sense when one considers that Vermont’s population density is among the lowest in the country. As a direct consequence of this, many houses in the state are on the smaller side in comparison to those found in other states. However, their smaller towns and cities like Rutland, Brattleboro, and Burlington are small enough to support multiple restaurants (or even bars with live music). This is one of the reasons why the state’s cities end up looking like they’re doing better than their overall population numbers would suggest they should be doing.

The State of Washington

The size of a typical bedroom in Washington State is approximately 194 square feet, which makes sense when one considers the sheer size of the state. However, once again, the farming activity that takes place here is mostly associated with growing apples, so if you’re looking for huge bedrooms, places like Seattle or Spokane may not be what you’re looking for. If you’re looking for huge bedrooms, however, places like Seattle or Spokane may not be what you’re looking for (due to their high population density relative to the rest of the state). It is interesting to note that this state is frequently regarded as one of the most liberal ones in the United States. Because of this, its historical significance isn’t as old as it is in some of the other places on this list (which have a tendency to adhere to beliefs that are more conservative or libertarian).

State of New Hampshire

Another illustration of how large this state tends to be overall is provided by the fact that the typical bedroom in New Hampshire spans nearly 215 square feet. However, it is also advantageous that farms in this state are typically located on significantly more level ground than farms in other states. As a result, it is possible to construct houses with a greater number of bedrooms (and consequently, rooms that are larger) because the land permits it. The only disadvantage of living in New Hampshire is that many people believe it is too rural and too cold for anyone who is interested in moving there, particularly those who work in larger cities such as Boston or Manchester. This is the only drawback to living in New Hampshire.

Colorado

Given Colorado’s relatively high population density and the fact that its farmland surrounds many large mountains and red rock formations along Colorado’s western edge rather than being flat like most states tend to be, the size of Colorado’s typical bedroom, which is approximately 213 square feet, shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Homes in smaller towns have a tendency to be larger than those found in larger towns because there is a lower population density overall and, as a result, less farmland per person. This means that you might not see as many sprawling farmhouses here as you would in other areas.

Oregon

When compared to the size of the state as a whole, Oregon’s standard bedroom is only about 206 square feet, which is a relatively small amount of space (especially knowing how liberal it is). Because there are so few historical buildings in this area, the majority of the structures here were erected after modern construction standards came into effect. These new regulations mandated that bedroom sizes be reduced in order to maximize the use of available space and reduce the amount of money spent on heating and cooling the home. Given how expensive things like heating and cooling costs are in these buildings, it’s possible that this will turn out to be a blessing in disguise, despite the fact that at first glance it may seem like a bummer.

Nevada

The typical bedroom in Nevada is about 198 square feet in size, which isn’t surprising given that a large portion of this state is characterized by its rural and mountainous landscape (given the fact that it has no real natural boundaries or limitations that would prevent people from building on all available land). Therefore, if you are looking for very large homes, Las Vegas might not be your best bet; however, places like Reno or Henderson can afford you more space than cities and the majority of the other states on this list combined.

Because there are fewer people living here per square mile, the cost of the land itself tends to be lower overall. This is because farming doesn’t require as many resources due to the lower population density. In contrast to regions that have a higher population density, however, many of these outlying communities are known for having a dearth of law enforcement, which contributes to their notoriety as being relatively risky places to live.

NM (New Mexico)

The typical bedroom in New Mexico is just under 200 square feet in size, which, when compared to the size of the state, is not very large at all (and given how rural it tends to be overall). Because there aren’t many factories or other large-scale industries in this area, the energy efficiency of many of the homes that are built here is subject to a great deal of government oversight and regulation. As a result, people have a tendency to live in more confined quarters, but at least the temperatures inside are cozier than what you’d find in a good number of the other states on this list!

Because the government owns or controls so much land in these areas, there are fewer homes built to accommodate the number of people who want to make their home in these areas. This is the only significant drawback to living in a place like Los Alamos or Santa Fe.

State of South Dakota

The average bedroom in South Dakota is nearly 190 square feet in size, which is not very large considering the size of the state. Its population density is just a little bit higher than that of Colorado and Nevada, but only by a little bit! The reason for this goes back to the early days of settlement in South Dakota, when people did so because they could get away with constructing roomy farmhouses without having too many neighbors nearby or other buildings nearby blocking sunlight from coming through their windows. This was one of the primary draws for people to move to South Dakota. However, in today’s society, if a person does not have a lot of money or a job, it may be difficult to live in the kinds of homes that are available. Aside from farming, there is nothing else to do in this area because everything else is so far away from where you live that it would be a waste of money to travel there.

Utah

The typical bedroom in Utah is only about 176 square feet in size, which is a relatively small amount of space when one considers that the majority of the state’s population lives in urban areas, where space is at a premium for building construction. Even when compared to neighboring states such as Colorado, New Mexico, and Nevada, it doesn’t seem as spacious, even though there are fewer people living here per square mile. This is another example of how regulations cost homeowners more money when it comes to things such as the cost of heating and cooling their homes.

The only positive aspect is that, because of the high altitudes, homes built near mountains or otherwise have a greater tendency to be adequately insulated against the bitter cold of winter and the sweltering heat of summer. This is assuming that the homes were constructed in the correct manner.

Wyoming

The typical bedroom in Wyoming is only about 179 square feet in size, which makes sense given how isolated the state can be; in fact, there may not be any nearby neighbors for miles on end outside of the handful of small towns that have fewer than 500 residents. However, even in these kinds of locations, the majority of homes are built along the same lines as you would see across South Dakota, with farmhouses that have plenty of space inside, even if that means only having one or two bedrooms in comparison to the homes in most other states that have an average of three or more bedrooms per household.

Even these larger towns don’t get a lot of tourists because they are so far away from major cities like Denver and Cheyenne. This is especially true when it comes to outdoor activities like skiing and snowmobiling, because you can’t drive a car to the peak of a mountain.

United States: District of Columbia

The District of Columbia has an average bedroom size of just around 175 square feet, which is not all that big given how dense this place is due to its proximity to Washington, DC. Most housing was built during the late 1800s and early 1900s, when it first became a state, but at least more homes are being built nowadays than what you might find in Nebraska, Montana, or West Virginia.

If you lived in a house built during this time period, you were lucky if it had a kitchen of a reasonable size; however, the bedrooms were large enough to accommodate at least two children and possibly even a small pet if it was small enough. However, in today’s world, the vast majority of houses are demolished to make way for condominiums. Although condos typically have more cramped living quarters, they typically offer higher levels of safety than the majority of the other housing options in the area.

State of North Dakota

The standard bedroom in North Dakota is approximately 170 square feet in size, which is a relatively small amount of space considering how vast the state may appear as a result of its low population density. Even though there are more than twice as many people living per square mile in Colorado as there are in Wyoming, the average home here is only about one-half as large.

Mississippi

Mississippi is the next state on our list, and it has a state-wide average bedroom size of 184 square feet across the entire state, including both rural and urban areas! Again, the reason for this goes back to the fact that farming was frequently done in plantation houses that were designed with space for as many bedrooms as possible, even if those spaces weren’t filled with very much other furniture to fill them out. This was the case even though the number of bedrooms in the house was limited.

It wasn’t until much later that the industry started to take root, thanks to natural resources like lumber and oil. This was especially true after World War II, when veterans came back from their service only requiring 1-2 bedrooms per family at most, in comparison to the years before, when they were frequently married with multiple children.

Arkansas

In most parts of Arkansas, the average bedroom size is approximately 194 square feet, which is slightly larger than the average bedroom size in Mississippi, which is approximately 162 square feet. This is especially true in urban areas, where a lot of commercial and industrial development is taking place, which is creating jobs for people to find work! This increase in home size over the past few decades can be attributed in large part to the manner in which both newly constructed and already existing homes are constructed using more contemporary techniques. These techniques result in increased square footage without actually requiring much more room on the inside than that of an older model of house.

It is also helpful that Arkansas is one of many states where skylines aren’t overly cluttered because there aren’t any enormous buildings or structures blocking out the sunlight. This reduces the need for air conditioning units unless there are plenty of trees or other objects around that provide shade.

Rhode Island

The typical bedroom in Rhode Island is about 200 square feet in size, which is about the same as what you would find in neighboring states like Connecticut or Massachusetts. This might seem at first glance to be a little bit on the smaller side for most American homes, given how many new houses coming out of construction these days tend to be built with at least three bedrooms on the inside.

However, what most people don’t realize is that a lot of homes within these states tend to be older with smaller floorplans compared to newer construction going on in places like Colorado or Utah, where there is plenty of room for families with 3-5 children or more who both need their bedroom and enough space in between rooms to keep them organized with furniture and other items!

Alabama

The national average for bedroom size in homes across the United States is 200 square feet, but the average bedroom size in Alabama is 196 square feet, making Alabama’s bedrooms smaller than the national norm. In spite of this, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise because larger bedroom sizes typically require more space for things like window AC units to cool down in, especially when compared to smaller rooms that may only be occupied by one or two people at a time. Certain parts of Alabama can get pretty hot during the summertime, and this is one of the reasons why. However, this does not imply that the entire population of Alabama lives in urban areas. There are plenty of small towns and farmhouses dotting the countryside along interstate highways, which makes it more convenient than ever to commute to work every day.

Colorado

The standard bedroom size in Colorado is somewhat larger than the average bedroom size in the other states that have been discussed so far, measuring approximately 200 square feet in size, which isn’t all that much space when compared to even some of the larger bedrooms that have been described so far! At least on the level of the state, the reason for this does not have as much to do with things like weather or natural resources. Instead, the answer lies in the relationship between politics and the growth of the economy. In fact, up until approximately the year 1970, there were a number of state laws in this country that restricted how large homes could be in terms of the square footage allowed before they would be considered an illegal structure. This made it more difficult than ever before for homebuilders to comply without having to pass on higher costs to customers when purchasing new properties.

North Carolina (US state)

North Carolina’s older homes were built without much insulation or window panels that kept heat inside overnight, so the average bedroom size in North Carolina is slightly smaller than Colorado’s, coming in at around 195 square feet on average. However, this is more due to the fact that newer construction methods have made bedrooms significantly larger.

This should not come as a surprise given that the state was initially settled by English colonists in the early 1600s. At that time, larger structures were required for public meetings and storage rooms. Even though modern living conveniences are still offered up in historical areas where houses retain plenty of charm from their colonial heritage, many of these buildings have been converted into museums to showcase how life used to be over 150 years ago. This is the case despite the fact that many of these buildings have been around for over 150 years.

Florida

The hot and humid climate of Florida certainly makes the summer months uncomfortable, but just because most of the state’s counties have an average bedroom size of about 200 square feet, that does not mean that all homes in the state have small bedrooms. The wealthy immigrants from South America who come to Florida in search of work tend to congregate in areas such as Miami and Miami Beach, which are home to some of the largest apartments and condos in the state of Florida. As a result, many of the people who live in these homes buy more than one vehicle at a time and choose to spend their free time inside at malls rather than outside on the beach, despite the fact that the weather is typically very nice all year round.

Michigan

In Michigan, there is a little bit more space available in the standard bedroom than there is in Oklahoma, with approximately 210 square feet. However, just like in Oklahoma, a significant amount of this can be attributed to the manner in which housing was developed over the course of time and the types of natural resources that were most readily available here. For instance, in the early 1800s, Michigan was a hub for fur trading posts and even some Native American hunting grounds during the warmer months. Many Native American tribes banded together to fight against settlers who started pushing westward into the region, trying to claim the land as their own, which ultimately led to further westward expansion out of this territory.

Missouri

In Missouri, the average bedroom size is about 185 square feet, which is a bit larger than the bedroom sizes in most other states. However, it is not as large as the bedroom sizes available in some other states, which can reach over 200 square feet per room, whereas in states like Tennessee, the average bedroom size is closer to 165 square feet.

The primary factor in this is the manner in which housing was developed in this area; for example, many older homes built in the early years of the 1900s have small bathrooms and tiny closets without a lot of storage space within them. Despite this, many rooms in modern homes are significantly larger than they were in the past and come equipped with contemporary conveniences. This makes it much simpler for people to adjust to living in these homes, despite the fact that they may give the appearance of being quite old from the outside.

Tennessee

Because of the way that housing has evolved over the years, the typical bedroom size in Tennessee is about the same as it is in Missouri: approximately 185 square feet. This is one of the few states where this is the case.

People who lived in small towns like Memphis and Nashville in the early 1900s had a greater need for large houses because, during this time period, the majority of houses were still built with enough space for multiple generations of family members to live together without feeling like they were crammed into a closet while doing chores or trying to get some sleep. As a result, people who lived in these types of towns had a greater need for large houses.

Even in modern times, the typical bedroom takes up a significant amount of space. In spite of this, it is not even close to some neighboring states that provide an average of two hundred square feet per room, in contrast to places like Arkansas, where you might only get about one hundred fifty square feet per bedroom even if your home is rather large.

This is because of the manner in which housing was developed in this area over the course of time, as well as the manner in which housing prices have fluctuated across this region, favoring some places more than others. As a result, it became easier for people living in Memphis and Nashville to afford larger homes without breaking the bank as much as those who lived in other parts of Tennessee and were forced to settle for something a bit more modest.

Connecticut

This state was one of the original 13 colonies after Great Britain laid claim to it during the 1600s, but over time, people who have lived here realized how scarce housing was given its location along the coast, with many older homes being torn down to make way for larger modern ones that are now available under current building codes throughout most of the state. The average bedroom size in Connecticut is said to be about 155 square feet, which doesn’t sound all that bad considering this state was one of the original 13 colonies after Great Britain laid claim to it.

It is important to note that some homes located up north near New York City or in tiny townships along shorelines might only offer around 125–130 square feet per bedroom, making them significantly smaller than the average. This is something that should be pointed out despite the fact that the average might look good on paper.

Texas

This puts Texas ahead of places like Kentucky, which offer up about 150 square feet on average but are not as large as states like California, where you can get an average room that’s almost 200 square feet in size. The size of a typical bedroom in Texas is estimated to be around 175 square feet.

This has a lot to do with how housing was developed across the state, which made it simpler for people living in large cities like Dallas and Houston to get more space in their homes because there were more construction companies working during that time. Nevertheless, it was also connected to the fluctuation of housing prices over time, which gave particular regions an advantage in terms of getting larger rooms for each occupant.

In Texas, real estate prices were relatively inexpensive throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Still, they are on the rise once again, which may cause some areas to be more crowded than others despite the fact that there is plenty of room to spread out if people are willing to move further away from the suburbs and work their way back into certain rural townships outside of the city limits. In these areas, they may be able to get more space for their money.

Arizona

Because of the way that housing has evolved in Arizona over the years, the size of a typical bedroom in this state is approximately 150 square feet, but this number can change depending on where you live within the state itself. Even though things might be nice during the summer months when it’s hotter than hell outside, many older homes were built during the early 1900s with smaller bedrooms inside of them, making it more difficult for people to enjoy comfortable nights during the chillier winter months. This is true despite the fact that things might be nice during the summer months when the temperature is higher than it is during any other season when it comes to the weather.

Although this is an improvement over what was previously available, there are still small areas located near larger cities such as Phoenix or Tucson where many homes don’t even offer 100 to 110 square feet per bedroom. This makes it difficult to raise families in these areas due to the high cost of childrearing combined with the lack of space.

California

The standard bedroom in a home in California takes up 983 square feet of space on average. The typical size of a master bedroom in California is 355 square feet, and the typical size of a bonus room is 123 square feet. This results in an average bedroom size of 423 square feet per resident in the state of California.

As a general rule, housing was plentiful for decades in some California neighborhoods. Some homes in these areas offered as much as 1,500 square feet per bedroom, which is roughly equivalent to what you’ll find on the East Coast and may even be larger given how expensive it can be to live in more densely populated areas of the state. In recent years, however, the housing market in California has become more competitive.

Due to the fact that many locations have a tendency to become overcrowded during certain seasons when housing prices skyrocket, making it difficult for people looking to move within California itself, many people these days are moving further inland as well as up north to smaller towns where they can buy homes for half of what they might cost elsewhere but offer much more space compared to what is available down south. This is because many locations have a tendency to become overcrowded during these seasons.

Delaware

The typical bedroom in Delaware is about 143 square feet in size, but this can vary greatly depending on where in the state you live due to the fact that housing has evolved significantly throughout the state over the course of its history. Due to the scarcity of resources in the 1600s, many homes were constructed with significantly smaller bedrooms than they are today. However, once people learned how to better regulate the temperatures inside their homes, it became much simpler for them to expand their dwellings without having to worry about freezing temperatures in the winter or heat waves in the summer cooking them to death during peak hours or even worse.

Because of this, many homes located near large cities like Wilmington offer up to 200 to 215 square feet per bedroom, making them quite spacious when compared to other states along the East Coast where bedrooms of a similar size are often found in older homes out in the country where space tends to be more abundant because many homes are built using smaller footprints to begin with. As a result of this, many homes located near large cities in North Carolina offer up to 200 to 215 square feet per bedroom.

Georgia

The typical bedroom in Georgia is about 170 square feet in size, but this number can vary widely depending on where in the state you live due to the fact that housing standards in Georgia have changed considerably over the years.

Because materials were in short supply in the 1600s, numerous houses were constructed with only one or two small bedrooms on the interior. However, as people discovered more effective methods to control the temperatures inside their homes and developed larger farmlands in various regions of the state, it became simpler for them to increase the size of their dwellings without having to worry about the risk of freezing to death during the winter months or being suffocated to death during the peak hours of the summer heat waves, or even worse.

Because of this, many homes located near large cities like Atlanta offer up to 200 to 220 square feet per bedroom, making them quite spacious when compared to other states along the east coast, where bedrooms of a similar size are often found in older homes out in the country, where space tends to be more abundant because many homes are built using smaller footprints to begin with. As a result of this, many homes located near large cities like Atlanta offer up to 200 to 220 square feet per bedroom.

Idaho

The standard bedroom size in Idaho is said to be 143 square feet, but this number can vary greatly depending on where in the state you live due to the fact that housing has evolved significantly throughout the state over the course of its history. Because materials were in short supply in the 1600s, numerous houses were constructed with only one or two small bedrooms on the interior. Nevertheless, as people discovered more effective methods to control the temperatures inside their homes and developed larger farmlands in various regions of the state, it became simpler for them to increase the size of their dwellings without having to worry about the risk of freezing to death during the winter months or being suffocated to death during the peak hours of the summer heat waves, or even worse.

Because of this, many homes near large cities like Boise offer up to 180 to 200 square feet per bedroom, making them quite spacious in comparison to other states along the west coast, where bedrooms of a similar size are often found in older homes out in the country. As a result of this, you will find that many homes near large cities like Boise offer up to 180 to 200 square feet per bedroom.

Illinois

The typical bedroom in Illinois is about 136 square feet in size, but this can vary greatly depending on where in the state you live due to the fact that housing has evolved significantly throughout the state over the course of its history. Because materials were in short supply in the 1600s, numerous houses were constructed with only one or two small bedrooms on the interior. However, as people discovered more effective methods to control the temperatures inside their homes and developed larger farmlands in various regions of the state, it became simpler for them to increase the size of their dwellings without having to worry about the risk of freezing to death during the winter months or being suffocated to death during the peak hours of the summer heat waves, or even worse.

As a result of this, you’ll find that many homes located in close proximity to major cities like Chicago offer up to 150–160 square feet of living space per bedroom. This makes these homes quite roomy in comparison to homes in other states and the Midwest.

Iowa

The typical bedroom in Iowa is about 133 square feet in size, but this can vary greatly depending on where you live within the state due to the fact that housing has evolved significantly over the course of Iowa’s history. Because materials were in short supply in the 1600s, numerous houses were constructed with only one or two small bedrooms on the interior. However, as people discovered more effective methods to control the temperatures inside their homes and developed larger farmlands in various regions of the state, it became simpler for them to increase the size of their dwellings without having to worry about the risk of freezing to death during the winter months or being suffocated to death during the peak hours of the summer heat waves, or even worse.

Because of this, many homes in the areas surrounding large cities like Des Moines offer up to 150–160 square feet of living space per bedroom, making the homes in these areas quite roomy.

Kansas

The typical bedroom in Kansas is about 131 square feet in size, but this can vary significantly depending on where in the state you live due to the fact that housing has evolved significantly throughout the state over the course of its history. Because materials were in short supply in the 1600s, numerous houses were constructed with only one or two small bedrooms on the interior. However, as people discovered more effective methods to control the temperatures inside their homes and developed larger farmlands in various regions of the state, it became simpler for them to increase the size of their dwellings without having to worry about the risk of freezing to death during the winter months or being suffocated to death during the peak hours of the summer heat waves, or even worse.

As a result of this, you’ll find that many homes in the vicinity of large cities in Kansas, such as Topeka, offer up to 150–160 square feet of living space per bedroom, making them quite roomy in comparison to homes in other states along the midwestern corridor.

Maine

The typical bedroom in Maine is about 92 square feet in size, but this can vary greatly depending on where in the state you live due to the fact that housing has evolved significantly over the course of time in this state.

Because of this, many homes in the areas surrounding large cities like Portland offer up to 100 to 110 square feet of living space per bedroom, making them quite roomy in comparison to homes in other states along the northeastern coast.

Maryland

The typical bedroom in Maryland is about 143 square feet in size, but this can vary greatly depending on where in the state you live due to the fact that housing has evolved significantly throughout the state over the course of its history.

When compared to homes in other states located along the Mid-Atlantic region, the majority of homes found in close proximity to large cities, such as Baltimore, offer up to 150–160 square feet of living space per bedroom. This makes these homes quite roomy.

Montana

Given that housing has evolved in this state over the years, the typical square footage of a bedroom in Montana is approximately 100 square feet, but this number can vary significantly depending on where in the state you live.

Because of this, many homes near large cities like Billings offer up to 120–130 square feet of living space per bedroom, making them quite roomy in comparison to homes in other states located along the west coast.

Nebraska

The typical square footage of a bedroom in Nebraska is about 104 square feet, but this number can differ greatly depending on where in the state you live. This is because housing standards in Nebraska have changed significantly over the years.

Because of this, many homes near large cities like Lincoln offer up to 120–130 square feet of living space per bedroom, making them quite spacious in comparison to homes in other states along the central region of the United States.

The state of New Jersey

The typical bedroom in New Jersey is about 134 square feet in size, but this can vary greatly depending on where in the state you live due to the fact that housing has evolved significantly throughout the state over the course of its history.

There are listings for bedrooms available for rent on websites like Craigslist, including some that cost $1,000 for a space that is only 500 square feet in size. For instance, you can see that this website is selling a room in Brooklyn, New York, for $900 per month, despite the fact that the room has no windows and is only about 250 square feet in size.

The state of New York

The average bedroom in the state of New York is 12.17 feet long and 10.05 feet wide, making it the third-smallest state in the country after Rhode Island and Hawaii (3.713 x 3.100 meters).

Ohio

The average bedroom size in Ohio is about 120 square feet, which can vary significantly depending on where you live within this state, given that housing has developed here over time.

Final Thoughts.

As can be seen from the preceding list, the dimensions of the various bedroom options come in a wide range of configurations. If yours is lower than average, you shouldn’t get too upset about it. If you live in an area with a higher population density, you can expect house sizes to be smaller. However, the trade-off is that you will have everything you require within a short walking distance, and the value of your home will be significantly higher.

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