Project Spotlight: Master Suite
MASTER SUITE REMODEL
This client in Fairfax felt as though their master suite was awkward and had no energy to it. They wanted more storage, a larger shower, and more accessibility to their master bath. What they got was no less than a gorgeous, serene space for their daily living.
HERE’S A SNAPSHOT OF THEIR REMODEL:
Master bathroom vanity remodel features maple cabinets, granite countertops, and mirabelle fixtures.
Master bathroom shower now features a walk-in, open shower with mirabelle fixtures, a wall bench, stone tile and glass tile accent banner.
Master bathroom replaced the outdated jacuzzi tub with a newer, modern Kohler soaking tub.
Their original bedroom closet was redesigned for organizational purposes, and another walk-in closet was added for his and her closets.
Newly enlarged windows gave the homeowners more natural lighting and a greater view of their gorgeous backyard.
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