Master Suite

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We used standard doors with full light glass panes and hung them on a roller track.
“Designer” — Leila Covrigaru
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With the sliding doors closed, the client has privacy while in the bathroom or in the bedroom, yet light transfers between both rooms.
“Sliding doors” — deesterdelray
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We used a room divider called 'Facet' by Blooming to give the water closet a bit of privacy without making the bathroom feel chopped up. The window spans the vanity and the water closet - and the white floor tile keeps the space feeling clean. Setting the black tile up to the ceiling creates the feeling of higher ceilings and a crisp look.
“Bathroom privacy” — Amy Ramage
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This shower is 6' long! There are dual shower heads and a bench seat. The shower system is remote controlled - you literally can lie in bed and start your shower before you get up!
“tiles” — mike_tan2012
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This beautiful chair and end table are from West Elm. Despite the smaller size of this master bedroom suite - we were still able to create a space to sit and relax!
“Table, pillow” — nancybradbryant
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The Room Divider: 'Facet' can be 'open' and 'closed' in whatever fashion you desire. It is simply delightful. The Crystal Star pendant lights mimic the pattern of the light facet - creating a sizzling combination. Hanging the mirrors enabled the window to remain a part of the bathroom - and gave us the ability to install the tile on the entirety of the wall.
“Bath light” — harming
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The bedroom flows into the bathroom by using the large scale white tile - and the sliding glass doors.
“color scheme” — Dinky Benedicto
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Close up view of the brilliant crystal pendants and unique room divider 'Facet' by Blooming.
“Lighting” — Dorothy Henry
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The view from the bathroom - looking into the bedroom. Seamless!
“walls” — busybaker
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