Master Suite Addition
Whether you consider it a master bedroom or master suite this space in your home is likely your refuge from the rest of the family. Most home buyers are looking at this most important room in the house with an eye on having a luxury space. If you are not considering resale any time soon then remodel to meet your lifestyle and this important room’s place in it.
This Howard County homeowner created a master suite addition for their private get-away. The beautifully decorated addition offers a master bedroom with a tray ceiling, plenty of windows with lots of natural light. A large master bathroom with double vanity and a large tiled walk-in shower with shower bench makes getting ready a snap. Boasting a coffee & wine bar and two walk-in closets with beautiful wood closet systems this master suite incorporates everything needed for a get-away. The pièce de résistance is the private entrance/exit covered veranda for quiet moments in their beautifully manicured back yard.
This home was originally built as a tract home located in a highly desirable area. The homeowner always felt that the home was missing one important aspect and that was a master suite retreat space. Now with an active growing family, they felt that it was time to integrate a master suite addition tastefully into their existing home. Due to the spectacular view from the rear of their home, it was decided to integrate the master suite at this location. An expansive lounging area, large walk-in closet, adjacent bathroom, and private patio create a restful bedroom retreat for the couple after a long day at the office and with the children.
Master Suite Remodel
By expanding within the footprint of the home this homeowner created an open floor plan master suite incorporating the walk-in closet within the bedroom. A private master bath was also remodeled to include a new wet room. A wet room is totally waterproofed with a shower area at the same level as the rest of the floor. This one has a freestanding soaking tub incorporated in the walk-in shower. Wet rooms are currently a popular idea for bathrooms and a great way of utilizing space effectively as is the floating vanity. The small footprint bathroom looks larger than it is and has an airy feel.
First Floor Master
The master suite in this home is located on the first floor allowing for aging in place living. This homeowner chose a more traditional floor plan. Adjacent to the bedroom is a roomy sitting room that can also be accessed from the foyer through pocket doors. His and Hers walk-in closets are nestled in a short hallway to the master bathroom with His and Hers vanities. Altogether this private master ensuite has everything needed to retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily family life.
Considering A Master Suite Remodel
We begin and end our day in our master bedroom and bath. What better reason to have a beautiful, luxurious, and functional master suite. The options for creating a master suite are only limited to your imagination. You can upgrade your space by accessing another room and enlarging within the footprint or if you have the outdoor space build an addition. You can opt to add a sitting area within the bedroom or add an additional room for watching television or working while another partner is resting. A balcony, deck or patio is also a wonderful addition to consider and allow for the incorporation of views that may be available.
Perhaps a laundry area with stackable units could be included in a master closet as a time-saving solution. A custom closet system is beneficial for utilizing space to its fullest and will offer a tidy, organized option for clothing, shoes, handbags, and such. Closest and Storage by Owings can design the perfect closet system for your particular needs. Many homeowners include a dressing area in their master closet and build adjacent to the master bathroom.
Enjoy creating your master suite by employing the help of a professional interior designer. To minimize mistakes and to take advantage of their vast expertise in space planning a professional designer can save money and time for you in the long run. You may also consider a contractor that offers Design-Build services to enjoy a one-stop-shop experience. Make a list of your needs and wants and prioritize them so you can begin planning your dream master suite remodel.