Master Suite Design Trends You’ve Got to Check Out
July 26, 2018
Master bedrooms are a calming space in your home. It’s where you spend most of your time, especially when you want to relax. You can let your style run free here, independent from the aesthetics of the rest of your home. Or you can think of your master suite as your personal spa, a place for relaxation and comfort. No matter what you want to do, here are some new design trends you’ll definitely want to try out.
Enhancing Your Bedroom Aesthetics from Above
Just a few years ago, accent walls were the hottest trend. You may even have one in your home right now. Accent walls let you add a pop of color or texture to an otherwise uniform room. But as with all trends, it’s started to fade in popularity, even prompting some designers to ask if the accent wall is dead! There’s a new trend in town – and all you need to do is look up. Decorative ceilings are all the rage this year. You’ve got a lot of options with this: colorful paint, decorative ceiling tiles, architectural elements, faux beams or tray ceiling give the illusion of depth. Think of it as your master bedroom getting a fifth wall.
Organizing Your Master Closet Like A Pro
You finally got that walk-in closet of your dreams. It has space for everything you need. The only problem? These spaces can quickly descend into chaos. That’s why today, closet organization has almost become an art form. It’s inspired countless trends in minimalism shelving design, seasonal outfit sorting, and more. What are the latest organization trends?
- Adding closet drawers to tame the clutter and keep things out of sight
- Double-up closet rods for twice the hanging space
- Optimizing closet nooks and corners with shelves
- Building shoe racks at the bottom of your closet (you’re not using that space anyway!)
Turning Your Master Bathroom into a Relaxing Spa Every master bathroom needs a place to shower or bathe. Whether you’re a quick-shower-after-a-morning-run type of person or an after-work-bath-with-red-wine relaxer, you need something that fits both your lifestyle and your bedroom’s aesthetic. Do you want a walk-in shower? A stand-alone bathtub? Some people would rather have a larger shower, while others want a tub-shower combo. But have you ever considered both? More and more people are adding both a walk-in shower and a soaking tub to complete their master suite. If you have the space for it, this option gives you the best of both worlds. As a bonus, a standing shower and soaking tub give your master bathroom a wonderful spa-like quality.
Doubling Sink Space for Half the Stress
We’re back to your master bathroom with this trend. This time we’re focusing on the vanity – or in this case, a double vanity. If you’ve ever had to share a single sink, drawer, and mirror with a significant other, you know the situation is not…ideal. This new design trend seeks to prevent any squabbling over space: double or side-by-side vanities. Each offers your own quiet space – a separate sink, drawer, and counter room. Whichever you choose may depend on the size of your master bathroom. If you’ve got the space, why not use it? Double or side-by-side vanities can add a dramatic or elegant element to the room. It’s a perfect way to optimize extra bathroom space. Take the time to perfect your master oasis. After all, it’s a place just for you to enjoy!