Thursday, February 6, 2020

Centennial Cottage - Master Suite Update

It occurred to me that if we were one of those reality shows, this is the point in the episode where they would say the open house is 3 days away.  In our case, we'll be lucky to be 3 weeks away!!  I guess we don't have the magic of television to speed things along!  But we are making steady progress - particularly on the more decorative elements of the house.  So I thought it would be nice to share a few sneak peeks of progress in the master suite.

Located in the new addition, the master suite has windows on three sides, which will be fantastic for breezes off of Casco Bay in the summertime (But if it gets too warm the new owners can just switch to the air conditioning with the new heat pump system!).

Last week, the new flooring was installed - a wide plank white oak that we used for our own home.  It's one of my favorites!

With that many windows, the room is nice and bright - so I can add some color to create a bit of drama.  I went looking and discovered this blue and white fabric.
I'm not sure why, but I absolutely love it.  The pattern is a bit contemporary, but still ties to that transitional style we're going for.  I've started working on draperies for the big windows.

For the bed, we'll use this chain-stitch embroidered duvet cover from Crate & Barrel that has been in the storage facility for a couple of years.... just waiting for the right spot!

With all the white in the room, I'm giving serious thought to a 'feature wall' of blue on the bed wall.  It would provide a pop of color that might look pretty nice!

Every master bedroom needs storage and we'll have 4 wardrobes to provide lots and lots of storage space!  The wardrobes will have drawers, cubbies, shoe racks, hanging space and more.

The master bath is also taking shape. This double vanity kicked off the design of the room.

Next it needed tile and I fell in love with this dramatic tile the moment I saw it.  Hexagonal tile is always great in a bathroom!  And with its shade variations, this is a great compliment to the vanity and provides some real interest for the floor.
Glass Wall in Process!
And for the shower, I'm doing a glass feature wall, that complements the vanity and floor.
As you can see, we have lots more to do.  But it's starting to look pretty good!!  And while the open house won't be in 3 days,  I'm hoping to have it at the end of the month.  

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