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Designing for How You Imagine Your Home Will Feel

~ The door to the master bedroom was off to the right, allowing guests to look right into it.
~ Guests could also see into the hall bathroom.
~ There was a tub in front of the view--a tub that was seldom used.
Wish List
~ More privacy for the master suite.
~ More connection to the view.
~ A new shower.

Solution & Gains
~ We shifted the door to the master bath so they can turn their heads as they awaken and see the eastern sunrise.
~ A barn door gives the room privacy while also enlivening a blank wall.
~ Bench seats flank a central vanity for him with a larger one, off to the right, for her.
~ Both have terrific connection to the views.
~ Concealed steel bracing suspends his vanity, much like the home feels suspended in the clouds.

Eldorado Stone: Teton Shadow Rock
This used to be their view from the bed...left over from the previous owner.
Now, they look out to the horizon!

All "After" photos by Roger Turk, Northlight Photography


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