Master Suite Addition in Clifton, New Jersey
A master suite is a popular type of addition. It not only provides the extra living space your family may need, it is a way of creating a relaxing retreat that combines practicality and comfort. The suite is almost like adding a mini apartment on to your home. We recently completed a 820 square-foot master suite addition in Clifton, New Jersey.
The clients craved some extra space for themselves. The K&B design-build team worked diligently to bring their vision to life. As a full-service firm, we managed this project from concept through construction, leaving no detail overlooked.
Our architect worked with the clients to plan the master suite they envisioned. It included a large bedroom, bath with separate shower and soaker tub, and a walk-in closet. Once the design was complete, we handled obtaining all of the necessary permits.
The design involved building out over the existing living room and kitchen. Because this is a split level home, this addition is like an entirely new level. The existing structure and design involved completely changing the roofline. We removed the existing roof on the one side of the home and built up to create the suite space.
Note: Slide white bar on photo below to see before and after!
This new “level” required an additional staircase with landing that leads into the master suite. The hardwood on the stairs and landing continue into the master bedroom, which is flooded with natural light coming from expansive windows on two walls.
The master bath is an inviting oasis. Our in-house designer worked with the homeowners in selecting the tile and finishes. The large shower with knee walls provides an open feel and is highlighted by beautiful chromes fixtures. The marble tiles make the space light and airy and double shower niches provide ample shower storage. A large soaker tub completes the room.
So that the addition would seamlessly blend in with the rest of the structure, we completely re-sided the home and installed new windows and doors in the downstairs office and sunroom. The homeowners also decided to install sliding doors in the kitchen that lead to a new deck.