Priorities of life take their shape in this room – the master bedroom. This is where you wake to a new day. This is where you return and reflect on how each day went… and you spend hours in this room sleeping and preparing for the next day. It’s an important space and needs priority attention. The master bedroom is a reflection of you. It should speak to you and create a sanctuary, which is your own intimate private retreat.
Increasingly, the hurried pressure of the outside world and the demands of hectic lifestyles have made homeowners want to retreat from this busy world and feel a sense of peace, well being and calm within their homes; this has elevated the importance of the master suite, drawing inspiration from the luxury hotel interiors domestic design.
After the kitchen and main reception area, the walk-in wardrobe will add most value. Prospective buyers will usually have made their decision after seeing the kitchen and reception room. If you can get them to the second floor, then assuming the master bedroom has a spacious, well planned walk-in wardrobe, complete with separate his and hers space, then more often than not, you will seal the deal!
Master bedrooms and suites, just behind kitchen and family living areas, are the most important areas in our projects today. Gone are the days when these luxury suites are just a larger than average bedroom with an en-suite. Today’s master suites encompass a large sleeping area, a sitting area, sometimes a connected study room, his and hers walk-in wardrobes with separate dressing rooms, freestanding bespoke designed cabinets and storage for belts, watches, shoes and handbags, and either one or two en-suites.