If you're going to be creating a home addition or adding a master suite to your home, take the time to make sure you get everything right. The last thing you want is to invest in a master suite that doesn't suit your needs once it's completed. The first thing you need to do is find a contractor that you'll feel comfortable working with. Talk to a few different contractors until you find the one who understands your vision for the perfect master suite. Once you start planning the suite, here are four steps you should take to make sure your new room is everything you want it to be.

Plan for Your Furniture

Now that you're designing your master suite, the first thing you want to do is plan for your furniture. You don't want to end up with a room that isn't quite big enough for everything that you wanted to put in it. Make a list of the furniture that you plan on purchasing for your room. It's also a good idea to tour a few furniture galleries. That way, you can get an idea of how much space you'll need for your design ideas.

Make a List of Your Requirements

When it comes to designing a master suite, you want to make sure that it will encompass everything you want your suite to have. For instance, do you want double closets so that you and your partner each have your own space? Do you want a separate seating area? Make a list of your design requirements. That way, your contractor will know exactly what you want.

Consider Your Access to the Bathroom

When you're designing your new master suite, don't forget about the master bathroom. This is going to be your sanctuary, which means you want to get everything right, including the access. When designing your suite, make sure the bathroom is easily accessible and doesn't offset the flow of the suite. It's also important that you consider everything you'll want to include in the bathroom, including steam showers, garden tub, dual sinks, and separate commode area.

Adjust for the Morning and Evening Sun

You're going to be spending a lot of time in your new master suite. You might even be planning on sleeping in on the weekends. With that in mind, make sure you adjust your plans to accommodate the morning and evening sun. You don't want the sun to be shining directly into your master suite as it's either rising or setting each day. When designing your suite, make sure that the windows face the north or south, rather than the east or west.

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