We removed the load bearing walls using microlams tucked in to the attic cavity to give the ceiling in the master bedroom a “seamless” look. Relocation of electrical and ductwork was also needed with the wall removal.
We installed wiring and plumbing that extended from the basement circuit breaker box, through the finished first floor, up to the second floor bathroom. A portion of a rarely used pantry was used for the raceway and it was drywalled to conceal the added utility lines.
New walls were constructed and a new Velux skylight was installed to maximize natural light. A large “walk-in” closet was constructed with hanging rods and built in organizers.
Construction of a built in component rack was needed to conceal the cable box, it was installed below the new gas direct vent fireplace.
The use of new oak pocket doors was implemented to maximize space.
A 6’ jetted drop-in whirlpool tub was installed in a custom built tub deck that was tiled with a decorative travertine listello. A gooseneck tub faucet was installed with a matching handheld sprayer and drain kit.
“His & hers” custom maple vanities were installed with raised panel doors and “euro-style” hinges. Gorgeous granite countertops topped the vanities, with Kohler Caxton under-mount sinks and polished nickel Kohler gooseneck faucets that matched the cabinet hardware.
A concrete shower was installed and topped with ceramic tile with a decorative listello that matched the back of the alcove that was custom built. Multiple Kohler shower heads were incorporated with diverter valve.
New flooring consisted of ceramic tile in the bathroom and laminate in the bedroom.
We matched the base trim, casing, and door style to the main level.
The use of recessed canister lighting, 2 ceiling fan/lights, and vanity light bars were installed to accent the masterpiece created in this master suite.