The master bedroom becomes a master suite when a bathroom is added. A feeling of spaciousness and relaxation is achieved in many homes that combine the master bedroom and bathroom areas. Carpeting the entire are is one way to add to the feeling of spaciousness.
Various modes of construction can provide the necessary privacy in the bathroom area. Sliding panels, dividers, and compartmentalization are a few construction concepts used.
In a master suite, it is possible to provide a dressing room area and a vanity with a lavatory. This allows personal grooming in the pleasant atmosphere of the master bedroom where all items of grooming are near at hand.
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Many master bathrooms have two lavatories to facilitate personal grooming during periods when both the occupants must get ready for work or an evening out.
“His” and “Her” Decor
In some homes, construction of the master bath permits masculine decor in one portion and feminine decor another. The two portions can be separated by a wall or divider so that they cannot be seen at the same time. The man, for example, might like wood paneling, while his wife might prefer a more delicate wall covering.
Garden bath also can be considered for the master bath. A garden view would help make the master suite a relaxing retreat away from the rest of the house activity. You may even want to include a sauna, provide an exercise room, or have a greenhouse as part of the master suite.
Most master suites are created during new construction, or an existing bathroom can be enlarged to provide the spaciousness needed. But older homes often offer enough space to allow the installation of a lavatory in the bedroom, partially providing the effect of a master suite.
You can use this tips:
FOLDING louvered doors can be shut to separate bedroom from bathroom. Toilet is enclosed in its own compartment.
TWO-PART doors can be pulled out into bedroom to screen the lavatory or closed like closet doors to conceal it when not in use.
CARPETINGS UNIFIES bathroom and bedroom in master suite, adding to feeling of spaciousness. Decorative dividers zone the suite into areas of use without cutting it into separate rooms.