A master suite addition can give you a private oasis, an escape from your busy daily routine. It can also help increase your home’s value. In this blog, remodeling and siding contractor V. Nanfito Roofing & Siding, Inc. shares the considerations you should make when designing a master suite addition.
Your Dream Bedroom
A master suite addition, as opposed to remodeling an existing bedroom, gives you more flexibility in terms of the floor plan and furniture placement. When planning your master suite, start with a wish list for your “dream bedroom” and don’t worry about how it will all fit. Master suites are generally bigger than typical bedrooms, which means a king-size bed, a walk-in closet and a generously spaced sitting area should all fit in.
Ease of Movement
Once you have the essentials in the list, start planning your movement within the room. One of the advantages of having ample space is that you should be able to move around comfortably. Think about how far the television should be from the bed, or what kind of seating you’d like in the sitting area. A capable designer or interior remodeling contractor like us can help you with details, as well as exterior components such as vinyl siding.
Plan the Room Layout
Now that you have the essentials on your list, you and your designer or remodeler can work out the floor plan and decide how everything will fit together. One advantage of working with professional remodelers like us is that we can come up with solutions to difficult design decisions while ensuring compliance with building codes and other technical requirements. We can also help plan adjoining rooms such as the bathroom and outdoor deck or balcony.