Kitchen and bathroom trends come and go, but master bedroom design has remained fairly consistent throughout the years we’ve been building and renovating homes in Framingham, MA. That appears to be changing. According to this article in Bloomberg more and more home owners are renovating their master bedroom suites or are having master bedroom additions added to their home. The new master bedrooms are very spacious – in some cases, the size of a small apartment.
What’s behind the change in master bedroom size? It has to do with the way we live, especially once we’re older. Almost every home has a living room or a family room, but how much time actually gets spent in those spaces? Larger master bedroom additions can resemble small hotel suites: there’s a space for relaxing or watching television, a wardrobe area, a comfortable bed, luxurious bathroom and more. These are master bedrooms to spend an entire evening in – ideal for unwinding after a long day.
There are a couple of ways to go about your master bedroom renovation. The first, fastest, and generally most cost-effective way to get what you want is to have a master bedroom addition put on your Framingham, MA home. Custom built spaces are designed for you, taking into account your home’s configuration and aesthetic, your building lot, and budget. You can have a much larger master bedroom without going to the extremes mentioned in the Bloomberg article – a master bedroom that’s even just 100-200 square feet larger than your existing bedroom will feel much larger.
One of the things people really enjoy about larger master bedrooms is having more storage space. Closet design is really important, especially if you enjoy having a really attractive, organized space to keep your clothes, shoes and accessories. If you’re looking for great master bedroom design ideas, Pinterest is a great place to start. Have questions? Give us a call. We’re here to help.