Master Suite & Sunroom Addition
The new master suite addition is located in a lovely, remote neighborhood with much natural landscaping, secluded for the most part and retreat-like. When speaking to our homeowner my first question, “How do you like the commute?” She said that it had become a welcoming one with time to think and plan as she prepares for her day. Involved in marketing for resort hotels she says she travels a bit and the ride to the airport is relaxing. Her husband is involved in some way with astronomy and is an avid stargazer. Their property houses an observatory for just this and a room was added to the home to keep his telescope, equipment, and accessories. The location is perfect for this hobby since city lights are very far away.
First Floor Master Bed and Bath
The “L” shaped addition to this two-story home built in 2002 incorporated a master suite, office, dining room, and new covered deck. The new addition wraps around the left side and extends along the entire rear of the home. By adding a master suite to the first floor it offers the homeowners the possibility of staying in their home as they age.
Their master suite includes a bedroom with lots of light through large windows and a high ceiling with crown molding. Entering the master bath transports you into a lively, colorful luxury bathroom with vibrant colored walls reflecting the client’s Havana heritage. Black and white hand-painted cement floor tile by Lily Cement adds more pizazz to space. Nothing beats the beauty of marble in the bathroom and most European hotels have Carrara marble. Our homeowner travels often and decided on the elegance and beauty added by Carrara floor tiles in the walk-in shower and continue to the free-floating shower bench, thresholds, and vanity countertop. Water pressure was a point she addressed from the beginning and wanted assurance the new bathroom would deliver. We installed three separate rain can head, as well as, a handheld mounted on the wall to provide the water quantity and force desired. Finishing off this extraordinary space was the alcove for the round Asian soaking tub with a wall-mounted tub filler keeping the space clean and uncluttered.
Dining Room and Covered Deck
The new large addition also includes a dining area and covered deck. See below where the kitchen wall was removed in the rear of the home. This opened up the kitchen to this eating area and the large windows and French doors allowing a grand amount of natural light. A once dark kitchen with little light is now an open floor plan with a light-filled kitchen & dining room. Beautiful!
We adjoined the dining area to the kitchen by a peninsula of cabinetry. A white quartz waterfall top created the right kind of segue into the room giving the appearance it had always existed. Mohawk Redwood hardwood flooring brings all of the spaces together and was chosen for its durability and beauty. Adding to the rustic, yet elegant charm is the faux wood wrapped beams creating warmth to the otherwise white space and tying everything together wonderfully.
Last but certainly not least is the outdoor living space transformation. The covered deck is accessed through the French doors off the dining area and is created from maintenance-free products. Our homeowners enjoy the outdoors and wanted a space to lounge after a long day. It has also become a place they could dine in the nice weather experiencing the retreat setting at its best. Landscaping was done and a water feature was added to the slope behind the home that leads to the observatory. Listening to the soft sound of water falling and breathing the fresh country air they relax with a book on the outdoor sleeping bed. Ahhh…
We can design an addition that fits your home, needs, and budget. Our design team will work to help you make your new addition to reflect your own unique style and taste. Take a look at other additions we have constructed here.
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