Every homeowner is searching for different things when buying a new home. One thing that everyone can agree on, however, is the need for an owner’s suite that feels like home. Buyers are looking for a master suite that they can turn into a private escape. After a long day, having a cozy owner’s suite can make all the difference in the world. CalAtlantic Homes is currently building new homes at Morgan Park in Holly Springs that have modern owner’s suite designs to look forward to. Here are a few trends that you can expect to see this year when it comes to your bedroom.
Multi-Purpose Space Inside the Owner’s Suite
It’s a known fact that owner’s suites are larger than other bedrooms in the home. With that being said, 2017 is all about having flexibility when dealing with personal space. At Morgan Park, oversized owner’s suites allow room for you to set up a sophisticated office space or reading nook without crowding the rest of the room.
With all of the technology today, many people are working from home more often. Having the room to set up shop in the comfort of your bedroom can make the world of a difference. Morgan Park has a large wall of windows that sets the mood for ideal working conditions.
Take your owner’s suite to the next level by adding in some personal touches that you can’t live without. Are you a coffee lover? Add an espresso maker or a coffee bar into your suite. If you’re set on luxury, throw in some extra pillows and unique lighting to create a lavish feel.
Speaking of modern conveniences, Morgan Park is ahead of the curve in 2017 by creating individualized spaces for each person occupying the owner’s suite. With separate walk-in closets and vanities, you’ll be able to personalize your own space to your liking.
Featured Walls and Ceilings
One of 2017’s hottest trends is the occurrence of both feature walls and ceilings. Patterned wallpaper is making a comeback, while different textures and materials can add a pop to your suite.
At Morgan Park, the master bedroom has a box coffered ceiling featuring crisp horizontal lines that pair well with the vertical lines that run the length of the bedroom.
Popular textures include wood for an outdoor feel, as well as stone and colored paneling for an unexpected dimension.
Don’t let your owner’s suite be just a room to sleep in at night. In 2017, there are plenty of design trends that allow you to ramp up your room with several particular touches. Head to Morgan Park to check out its model home to see all that you can do with your owner’s suite.