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Your master bedroom is your very own space that can be customized just for you. Here are four ideas you can use to transform it into one of the most cherished rooms in your home. These ideas will help you leave the rest of the world behind.

1. Add Warmth to Your Master Bedroom with a Fireplace

A master bedroom fireplace offers a variety of benefits: Whether you want a fireplace purely for visual appeal, or as a means to add heat and increase the aesthetic value of your room, you can be confident that the warm soft glow of the crackling flames will add beauty and romance to your bedroom.

A Fireplace is One of the Most Desirable Features in the Home

According to The National Association of REALTORS® Dec. 21, 2015 report, The 20 Hottest Home Features Right Now, a fireplace is listed among the most desirable features. Many homeowners choose a gas fireplace, because with a gas fireplace heat output is easily controlled. In addition, its flexible venting options allow for versatile installation locations; furthermore, gas versions offer a variety of stylistic designs to meet the needs of any homeowner.

Types of Fireplaces

Electric and traditional wood-burning fireplaces also bring with them a warm, flickering glow. The type of fireplace you choose depends on the atmosphere you want to create in your master bedroom. From zero-clearance fireplaces that are designed to be installed within a framed wall to a wood burning fireplace with a chimney and flue, transform your master bedroom into a sanctuary that you will never want to leave.

2. Expand Your Master Suite

Your master suite is all yours! It’s your space and it should feel like your escape from reality. So when it comes time to walk into your master suite, what would you love to have? Perhaps a sitting area or a spa-like bathroom is what you dream of. Either way, here are some ideas to inspire your very own master suite renovation.

Add a Sitting Area

Your sitting area is the perfect place for you to relax and read your favorite book or drink your morning coffee at the start of each new day.

Add or Expand Your Walk-In Closet

It very well may be everyone’s dream to have a walk-in closet! So, why not finally bring it to life in your master bedroom. Whether you share it with your significant other, or if it’s all yours – creating a walk-in closet can help you better organize your clothes, accessories and shoes and also give you a space to get dressed in the morning. Show off all of your options and peruse your clothes with ease with some of these creative storage and closet addition options:

  • Shoe racks
  • Belt and tie holders
  • Jewelry drawers
  • Scarf and purse holders
  • A roll-out ironing board
  • Built in drawers for under garments
  • A lighted makeup station
  • Full-length mirrors
  • Areas for hampers
  • Custom lighting

3. Add a Soaking Tub and/or Separate Shower to the Bath in Your Master Suite

Without a doubt, you know that one of the most important bathrooms in your home is your master bath. Create your own spa-like area with a soaking tub or a separate shower, so that you have a place to relax and find some calm in your day!

Add a Soaking tub

Lay down and soak up some relaxation after a long day in your soaking tub. Light some candles, play some soft music and close your eyes as you lay in your soaking tub. You can create your very own spa in your master bathroom.

Add a Separate Shower

As you prepare for a brand new day, and time may be at a premium, take advantage of a separate shower with dual shower heads, built-in Bluetooth speakers that allow you to listen to your favorite music as well as answer your cell phone. You’ll be prepared for whatever the day has to bring!

4. Make Your Master Bath One of the Warmest Places in Your Home

Make your master bath one of the coziest places in your home by adding heated elements throughout. Add heated floors, a heat lamp and/or heated towel racks to ensure you remain toasty every time you step out of the shower and while you soak in your garden tub.

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