Bachelor Master Suite
Design in Details
A master suite designed for a man takes a balance act to create. Too much of one extreme and the place can take on a “man-cave” tone. Using the rule of thirds to create this balance, each design element was broken down to ratios of dark to light, concave to convex and useful to extravagant.
Taking this ratio to the carpet, drapes and closets put the client at ease knowing his bedroom would be cozier than cave like. Also, knowing luxury lies in the layers, the client selected a silver-gray hue to create a plush effect with the focal materials.
Working from this hue, dark gray was brought in for the carpet’s border and a similar idea, but inverter, was applied to the window treatments. In wanting to keep the room airy and open, a window was removed and a door to the new balcony was installed.
Functional extravagance reined number one priority for the custom-built wardrobe wall. Each interior element was thought out with the client’s actual wardrobe and height in mind. A closet for each wardrobe, work, play and entertaining, employed the ultimate rule of three’s. Outfitted with an interior wet bar and shelves and fully stocked with brandy and beer, the look and feel is warm and welcoming.
1200 Sq. Feet
Partial Renovation & Furniture
November 22, 2020