Even if you don’t have a passion for fashion, a well-designed master bathroom and wardrobe space can make life a lot easier. When everything has its place it can help make take the stress out of making the important decisions on grooming, presentation or styling for that business meeting or special night out.
The best way to plan a master suite is to think about how you would like use the space and to make a list of the items you would like to store and how you would like to use them in every day living. In this project the bathroom and wardrobe work in unison with each other, as bathing and dressing are perfectly compatible. Everything is stored exactly where you need it and in full view. The bonus is that a sanctuary is created by combining these spaces with the master bedroom, to ensure you get your ‘me time’ every day.
This project combines the use of open shelving, drawers and cupboards, throughout the robe and in the vanities. This ensures that not everything is on view but those daily items are within easy reach. There is also additional storage behind the vanity mirrors for those items that aren’t used as often or are too valuable to have on display.
The raised platform used within the space provides a gentle segregation between the sleeping and bathing zones. The timber ceiling mirrors the material found on the floor and shelving, which marries it all together. The lighting is another key element; with task lighting around the vanities and under the robe shelving ensuring you never lose anything and can always
tell the difference between black and navy.
This space was designed to combine daily routine with moments of relaxation and rejuvenation. The suspended shelving system in the robe will ensure that you get the most use out of every piece, while keeping those designer shoes in a prime position. The best way to start the day is with your best foot forward and this space guarantees you can do just that.
Sublime Architectural Interiors
6/45 JiJaws St, Summer Park
P 3715 6009 www.sublimegroup.com.au