In this home, the original master suite had a huge, but unused master bedroom, one small walk-in closet, and an oddly shaped master bathroom. The homeowners requested that the new bedroom be large enough for a king-sized bed, sitting area, and furniture, while still maintaining its original open feel.

We started creating this space by removing all the walls throughout. Some space originally part of the old bedroom became two new master closets. The new bedroom opens into a hallway where double his and her closets with pocket doors lead directly off the hallway, providing lots of storage space for clothing, jewelry, and shoes. The hallway leads through to the new spacious master bathroom built where the old one once was.

Light blue walls create a soft backdrop throughout and tie in nicely with the blue accents in the adjacent master bath. The finished space is light-filled and inviting with classic elements. The home has a traditional feel while the client’s personal style is more contemporary. In this bedroom, we blended the traditional with the modern using linen textures, blue and white fabrics, nail-head detailing, and custom roman shades.