When there's no room indoors, we take it outside. There's nothing like expanding the master bedroom into the great outdoors (especially if you're lucky enough to have a home that sits on the water). Spring will be here before we know it. Why not create a space to open the doors and welcome it in!
What's on? Renovating your en suite. That's what's on! A day at the spa is great but a night in your own private master bathroom is incomparable.
Tray ceilings (otherwise known as recessed or inverted ceilings) are what you want served on your master suite renovations platter. Adding height to your room visually creates a wealth of space and even makes room for that chandelier you've been thinking about or a brand new fan.
Finding space for all of your clothes, shoes, books, keepsakes, knick-knacks, gizmos and gadgets is one of the most challenging things to do as a homeowner. But save your stress. There are numerous ways to incorporate new shelving and storage spaces into your master bedroom renovation to either hide or show-off your room necessities.
If you're working on a budget and you're looking to transform your drab old room into a modern personal paradise, a fresh coat of paint goes a long way. It's also one of the cheapest things you can do for a little pick-me-up. Looking for the right color? Read our Three Steps to Pick the Perfect Paint. If you've got a little more to spend after the painting is in order, try adding new lighting or a ceiling fan. Inexpensive accessory upgrades can make a big difference in the overall look and feel of your new room.