Interior Designer
$11,000,001 - $16,000,000
Private Residence

The master suite in this home takes up an entire wing of the house, for good reason. It is comprised of the bedroom, bedroom sitting area, closets, and bathroom. The bedroom area features a beautiful, vaulted ceiling clad in white tongue and groove with white beams. The warm wide-plank wood floor runs throughout this space. A king canopy bed sits front and center. It has neutral upholstery mixed with medium toned wood, and brushed silver accents for a refined coastal touch. White painted, 3-drawer nightstands with gorgeous relief carvings sit on either side of the bed. Minimal blue accents come through the space in the subtle paint color, porcelain lamps, and in the bedding. From the ceiling hangs a grand chandelier made of tightly woven coco beads that offers an organic touch. A neutral rug sits under the bed to ground the space and offer a soft texture underfoot.  
Just off the bedroom, headed towards the exterior pool deck, is the sitting area. Surrounded by full height windows, and French doors, are two swivel chairs for maximum relaxation. The natural light, and the view, are the perfect combination. The chairs are upholstered in a comfortable, neutral woven fabric.  
Back toward the front of the house, down the hall, takes you to the gracious master bath. This expansive space features two separate vanities, a separate water closet, shower, and lounge area. A sit-down vanity is a functional and attractive feature at one of the vanities. A custom-made vanity stool on casters is upholstered in a beautiful patterned fabric in soft blue tones. A unique element in this master bath is that the wood flooring runs into the bathroom, giving it a cozy feeling. The white cabinetry keeps the space light and bright and is in perfect keeping with the white tongue and groove ceiling with white beams. A transom window at the top of one of the vanities allows natural light to flood the space. The wall-to-wall shower is clad with Carrara marble subway tiles in neutral grays and white. The Carrara marble is continued onto the floor, but it is in a hexagon mosaic. Two entrances are outfit with a hinged glass door, and a fixed glass panel sits between two Carrara marble clad columns. The amount of glass allows the shower tile to be a stunning focal point. A neutral upholstered daybed bench sits in front of the fixed glass panel, really adding to the comfortability of the space. Sconce lighting at each vanity, and a chandelier add ambient lighting to the bathroom.  
Each room in the master suite flows from one to the other with complementary finishes, colors, and overall feeling.