Master Bedroom Addition {The Drawings: making changes, sourcing materials, solidifying priorities}

master-bedroom-ensuite-bath-drawingsYesterday we got together with our builder to discuss ideas for the master bedroom addition. As you can see above, we have the key elements I spoke to you about last week. A fireplace, a walk-in closet, and an ensuite master bathroom. Omgosh, (she rubs eyes in disbelief) how about that walk-in dressing room?? Dazzling, eh? It’s got me thinking about walk-in closets like these…master-bedroom-dressing-roomswalk-in-closetThere-are-still-a-few-things-I-am-not-crazy-about1) seeing the toilet when you first walk into the bathroom 2) the lack of a freestanding shower 3) no double vanity – we’ve been sharing a single sink for as long as we’ve been together – and it’s not the end of the world – but if you’re designing a master bathroom, don’t you think a second sink is mandatory?second-sink-separate-shower-stallModern-Bathroom-by-Style-Filesbathroom-elementsFor our faucets, bath, and shower fixtures: I am eyeing both the modern –almost Scandinavian in designOdin collection and for a more transitional look, the Charlotte collection. In the end, it depends on the other finishes and elements we select for the room. The thing I really love is that both of these faucets have smart-touch plus technology that allows the faucet to turn on when your hands are within a few inches of the spout.Odin-CollectionCharlotte-Collection-by-BrizoThere are of course issues with the main bedroom portion of the design as well, but I’ll save that for another time! Until then, you can find the sources for the images I used in this post here: closet inspiration by JSGD, Kreative Inredning, Nate Berkus, SR Gambrel, Kvanum (all sourced via pinterest) Brabourne Farm brought bathroom sink inspiration – as did my Master Bedroom Ensuite Bathroom Pinterest Board: Fopple, Style Files, Houzz. Bathroom faucets via Brizo.