Your master bedroom and bathroom should feel like a retreat, a peaceful place to unwind from your busy day. Unfortunately, many homeowners save any master bedroom updates for the bottom of their priority list, putting kitchen renovations and other upgrades higher on the list. If you are ready to put yourself first and start your master bedroom and bathroom renovation, begin with a few of our inspiration ideas for custom windows and doors.
Lots of Natural Light
Your bedroom and bathroom should feature plenty of natural light. Not only does more sunlight make your space feel even more spacious, but lots of windows can add to the architectural design of your home. Don’t be afraid of adding custom windows to your master closet or even to frame a freestanding clawfoot tub – the more windows the better!
Try a New Shape
You don’t have to stick with the traditional square windows in your bedroom or bathroom. Instead, try a custom shape to express your style and add to the design of the room. We love large circle windows, as well as smaller circles to brighten up the bathroom.
Floor to Ceiling
Dramatic floor to ceiling windows are the perfect addition to any master bedroom. You can add black-out shades to assure you can still get plenty of rest, but you’ll absolutely love the full view you get every day. Try a few panels or increase the drama by making an entire wall of windows. Even better, floor to ceiling windows may seem modern in style, but these windows complement even the most traditional architectural design too.
Add a Door
If your master bedroom opens to a patio or deck, or if you are planning on building one to complete your renovation, give yourself access to it with a beautiful door. At Rusco, we have plenty of designs to choose from, including sliders, french doors, or even bi-fold options to suit your taste and budget.
Make 2020 the year you finally invest in your master bedroom and bathroom. You’ll be so thankful you did!
Let the team at Rusco guide you through your window and door choices. Call us today to get started.
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