Life on Vacation, a Master Suite Style
As we eagerly wait for glimpses of The New American Home (TNAH) 2020, let’s take this opportunity to appreciate one of the most impressive features of TNAH 2019, the master bedroom suite. Consider that TNAH represents the future of design and build, and you will be convinced that the luxury master suite is firmly on trend with no signs of dissipating in popularity.
What is truly special about this master suite is the amazing view out of the room’s folding, floor-to-ceiling patio doors. The functionality and seamlessness of the indoor-outdoor flow makes the bedroom seem like a sumptuous suite located in a resort. Imagine stepping right out to the pool or the expansive patio, and enjoying a brilliant desert sunset. The dramatic corner fireplace in the bedroom mimics the outdoor fireplace on the patio that adds to the effortless transition from the room to the outdoors. A floating platform bed dominates the space, flanked by two black, metal, mid-century modern light fixtures. The look is elevated and somewhat imposing while still being warm and inviting.
Additionally, the floating nightstands, matching the matte black of the bed, give a sense that one is booked into a five-star hotel. The two-tone gray and gold walls are a gorgeous blend of cool and warm colors. A contemporary painting uses the color palette of the room in a way that brings in some softer organic shapes to contrast with the clean lines of the furnishings. The gold touches throughout the space are mirrored in the exquisite master bathroom.
Along with the open concept layout of the room, the closet is conveniently accessible from the bath or the bedroom. Step out of the curbless shower, with its pebbled mosaic tile floor, and glass walls and doors, and you’re right beside your custom closet. The closet boasts a lovely backlit piece of artwork that is visible from the shower. These elements of design marrying each part of the room to one another are both consistently used and delightful.
Not only is the design optimized for ease of use, but the style is one-hundred-percent on trend. The matte black vanity with brushed gold hardware, and sconces matching light fixtures in the bedroom, make this design cohesive. The design pays homage to one of the biggest trends of 2019—matte black cabinetry with gold hardware. The overall effect is sophisticated and timeless.
Although TNAH 2019 is not necessarily attainable for everyone, why not embrace the trend of turning a master suite into an opulent oasis that mimics the style of a luxury hotel? Does your existing master suite need a remodeling update? Or do you need a master suite added onto your home? Consider treating yourself this holiday season.