Create The Ultimate Master Suite In Your Own Home

Every room of your home is important to you. You might have spent thousands meticulously designing and decorating each space to your tastes or maybe you’ve just finished refitting your kitchen. Regardless of budget, you’ve managed to create a beautiful home and become the envy of your friends and neighbors. But there is one room that your friends aren’t likely to get a look at, yet it is the most important one in the property – your bedroom! A good night of sleep every night is essential for good health. So what are you waiting for? Time to invest in your master suite!

Start with the bed. This should be comfortable for you and your sleeping partner. A sprung bed can often be too bouncy when there are two people sleeping there. One moves, and the other wakes up. Memory foam can reduce the amount you need to move around, and won’t make the whole bed move when you do. Look to the luxury end of the market for a fantastic sleeping experience.

Air conditioning is essential in the summer if you want to be able to sleep comfortably during a heat wave. If you don’t already have it installed, consider the value of this for your area. If your home doesn’t usually heat up for more than a few days, then why not invest in a portable air con unit that you can place in the room as you need? Add some stylish shutters to be prepared for all weathers.

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A walk-in wardrobe doesn’t have to be something you just dream about. Consider the layout of your room. Is it possible to place an extra wall near the ensuite bathroom door? This is the ideal place to have a dressing room as you can just hop straight out of the shower and get dressed. Ideally, there will be dual aspect windows in your bedroom to ensure each space is lit and ventilated as required.

 Your ensuite bathroom should be a haven. Think spa and luxury, and aim even higher! When you choose professional bathroom renovations, you can enjoy things like walk in showers, roll-top bathtubs, and elegant towel radiators. Make the most of the space you have by installing fitted furniture and cabinets to hide away all of your products. Your toilet and basin could be back-to-wall in design, to save even more space and create that much-desired minimalist look. For those who are already in the senior year, you should consider a  medicare for walk in tub for your convenience.

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Don’t forget to install elegant lighting too. You might prefer some mood lighting for those long soaks in the tub. Consider hidden wall lights and lighting the bathtub itself. This creates an attractive, contemporary design. Overhead ceiling spotlights and an extractor fan should also be included. What type of window dressing would you like for added privacy? Roman blinds have become quite popular, and this gives you the opportunity to choose a very stylish fabric.

 The ultimate master suite looks good, feels good, and offers more than just a place to rest your head. It should be a retreat and a place to relax too. Most importantly it should be a place where you can indulge in a little private luxury.