Elbow Park Modern: Master Ensuite Reveal

 

There’s something about a light and airy ensuite that makes us all swoon. One of our highest requests when embarking on the design of a bathroom is “spa-like”. Everyone wants an oasis. A place of serenity, where the cares of the day are pondered on, washed away and preparations made for the next.

As with all our projects, a flow from space to space is important. Consistent materials such as the hardwood, millwork and counters are all base elements which are then accentuated by further selections of tile, plumbing fixtures, lighting and accessories. By not repeating selections throughout the home it provides an opportunity for each room to have it's own personality, all the while maintaining the integrity of the aesthetic. 

Modern Master Bathroom, Calgary Interior Designer, Nyla Free Designs, DeJong Design Associates, Insignia Custom Homes, Phil Crozier Photography

Shades of white, mixtures of texture and warm wood is the combination that makes this master suite so special. Each with its own subtle detail, the combination when layered together brings just the right amount of impact.

Modern Master Bathroom, Calgary Interior Designer, Nyla Free Designs, DeJong Design Associates, Insignia Custom Homes, Phil Crozier Photography

Warm materials such as white oak and walnut are offset by glass, quartz and limestone. A lovely combination that compliments each other so well. Bliss!

The master suite flows from bedroom to ensuite through to the closet. The hallway from one space to the next is full of light from the wall to wall windows and equipped with drawers down the entire length for maximum storage. More bliss! 

Modern Master Bathroom, Calgary Interior Designer, Nyla Free Designs, DeJong Design Associates, Insignia Custom Homes, Phil Crozier Photography

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Interior Design: Nyla Free Designs

Home Design: DeJong Design Associates

Home Builder: Insignia Custom Homes

Millwork: Atelier Jacob

Photographer: Phil Crozier