One of the most luxurious areas of any home is the master suite. It is intended to be a calming and relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life, an area of the home where you can lock yourself up in and unwind each evening. It’s no surprise that high end homes are taking this to a whole new level. The luxury master suite is unlike anything else in the average home and so lavish that there’s no reason to even go to different rooms in the house.
According to the National Association of Home Builders, the median newly built home in America is about 2,300 square feet large with the average master bedroom taking up about 12 percent of the square footage. This is trend that is getting larger and larger. As a space that used to be dedicated solely to sleeping, it wasn’t until the 1980s that luxury homes began to incorporate large closet spaces and spa-like bathrooms. And in recent years, the increased presence of elaborate master suites has been somewhat a reflection of the uptick in multigenerational housing.
What to include in your master suite
A luxury master suite can go well beyond the traditional bedroom, walk-in closet and bathroom. While there’s even just a lot you can do with these three components, some high-end buyers are taking it to a whole new level.
There’s nothing quite like stepping outside the moment you wake up and having a beautiful view awaiting you. Many high-end home owners are looking for a large, perhaps even wrap around, porch outside of their master bedroom. Similar to a luxury hotel, this is an option best for a space with a view of the ocean in La Jolla. With some luxe recliners and small side tables, there’s no better place than your master suite porch to sip on some coffee and read a good book on a Saturday morning.
Do you feel like you’re always making an excuse about getting to the gym? You have no reasons to stay in bed longer if all you have to do is take a few steps to get to your favorite exercise. Luxury home owners are adding Pilates equipment, yoga spaces, rowing machines and more to their master suite. Just as many of us have to go to the gym right after work otherwise it won’t happen, having a workout space in your master suite means that you can get your fitness in before even leaving your room in the morning.
This one is a given, but having spa-like amenities in your master suite ensures that you are able to fully unwind in your own space. You can let go of the stress of the day and have a little peace and quiet soaking in a large tub or stepping into a sauna.
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