A New Master Suite Adds A Much Needed Second Bathroom

This master bathroom home addition was designed and constructed for a Verona, Wisconsin family. They requested a new master suite with a bathroom and expansive dressing room. Our clients, Andy and Cassie and their two sons, needed more space. Their home had a single bathroom and three bedrooms. The design consultations took place over two years and led to a clarification of their design goals. The result was a second floor addition that provided them the bedroom suite they have always wanted.

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Master Suite Bathroom Design

During the design process we thoughtfully evaluated bedroom suite options and studied how these the bedroom, bath and walk-in closet and dressing room integrated with the exterior of the house and second floor hallway. Some of the highlights of this master bathroom suite remodel include a spacious walk-in shower with a glass door, dark cabinet woodwork and a white vanity top is in keeping with today's bathroom design trends. The CoreTec Plus HD Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring has gray tones that compliments the Sherwin Williams, Tradewind wall color and the vanity cabinet well. The master bath was placed back to back with the existing bathroom providing a buffer that reduces noise between what has now become the kids bathroom.

Bathroom Design Elements

Homecrest Sedona vanity with 5-piece drawer fronts in the color, Anchor, a Kichler framed wall mirror in brushed nickel and a Leslie cultured marble vanity top in solid white matte finish with integrated Newport bowls. The walk-in shower has a ⅜” heavy glass shower door by Hellenbrand Glass, using wall-mount hinges, an 8” C-pull handle, and protective coating to help prevent streaking. Everything about this bathroom and master bedroom suite addition was designed to create serenity and respite for the parents, a place that is their own calm retreat.

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More Than a Walk-in Closet, A Dressing Room

The dressing room is divided between his and hers on the left and on the right with a sliding barn door. The floor plan was designed with the home's exterior character in mind. The large window, aligned with the barn door entrance and provides “a light to look toward” when in the bedroom. This central area then becomes the defining feature that makes this a dressing room instead of an ordinary walk-in closet.

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