Craftsman-style Master Suite

The remodeled master suite included adding a new walk-in closet in the attic over the family room, and converting the existing closet into a hallway, so the husband and wife could access a private den-retreat that was added over the living room to make it feel more cozy. Another part of the same project involved borrowing an unused corner of the master bedroom, and using the original toilet-shower room, to create a functional laundry room upstairs.
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The original whirlpool tub was replaced by a two-person shower, with geometric slate insert around the windows, repeating the backsplash accents. Custom cherry cabinets, honed granite countertop, and slate flooring.
“Window trim in tile” — pkherber
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Detail photo of windows surrrounded by slate tiles used for the backsplash, to frame the view.
“Slate accents” — kimberlymeunier
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Detail photo of honed granite countertop with undermount lavatory.
“Kohler memoirs undermount” — kellymarie1979
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The new closet is divided in half by a large center island of drawers accessible from both sides, with U-shaped storage for hanging and folded apparel and shoes. There's a storage bench on the side of the drawer cabinet.
“Racks and shelves” — periwinkleyb
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Wife's side of new closet with 2x the hanging and storage capability. Custom back-to-back drawers provide easy access to underwear. Custom storage bench gives a place to sit, plus a hamper for laundry.
“Shelf over rack” — periwinkleyb
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Proposed plans of the remodeled master suite, showing how the space was reassigned for maximum function and use.
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