CREATING THE PERFECT MASTER SUITE
Written by: Corrie V. M Scott
As the world gears and a sense of normal reality begins to say in your now questioning yourself… “ What am I going to do with all these extra shoes and clothes I purchased during quarantine?“ or better yet deciding that an extra bedroom or a few square feet of outdoor property could give you the extra space for a few hangers. And choosing the perfect room tone is essential as colors for 2021 are vibrant and warm, an ideal mix for the room that both gets you going in the mornings and helps you settle in the evenings, but on the decision to keep the room calm… simple color palettes, clean lines, and a mixture of materials can create a space filled with peaceful simplicity.
So let’s talk, what if we take that master bedroom and make it perfect… covering the bases on entrances, Closet space concepts, and most importantly bathroom expansions. Could the simple things be major impact on your life as well as your return on your investment?
Let’s start at the beginning, with your master bedroom is upstairs or on the main floor the entrance to your private oasis sets the tone, and continuing the flooring pattern from the common living spaces to the master bedroom is optional. Flooring for a master can include carpet. If selecting carpet it should be the thickest and softest pile you can afford, however, if you decide to go with hardwoods make the seams are sanded evenly and the perfection in gloss for a master is a satin finish. A satin finished floor will help to hide footprints, dust, and other noticeable dirt between cleanings. Stating back to walking into the master you simply want under your barefoot to feel luxurious. Several options to consider could be French doors, barn doors which slide in either direction based on the floor-plan, or taking an old approach and building sliding doors into the wall. Any style door can open to a retreat of a raised design ceiling feature may include two or more levels and adds a sense of height and spaciousness to your bedroom, known as trey ceiling. These doors also can be portrayed throughout the master suite as entrances to the master bathroom and master closets.