Log Home Bathroom DesignPosted by Ward Cedar Log Homes in Featured Bedrooms Home Design/Square Footage Log Homes
Think for a moment about the places in your home where you spend the most time. It’s likely that your great room, kitchen or bedroom came to mind. But did you know that the average person spends around 180 hours per year in the bathroom? With so much time spent in this spot, it’s important that your bathroom — and particularly your master bathroom — is a space you enjoy.
We’re here to help you design a bathroom that is equal parts form and function. Keep reading for our top tips and guidelines for designing an en-suite bathroom you’re sure to love:
Creating A Relaxing Master SuitePosted by Ward Cedar Log Homes in Bedrooms Home Design/Square Footage Log Homes
The master suite is typically where you begin and end your day. It’s a haven away from the activities and responsibilities of everyday life and should be designed with an eye towards rest and relaxation. Here are our favorite ways to transform the bedroom and bathroom in your log, hybrid or timber home into a spa-like space
Design a Master Bedroom Made for RelaxationPosted by Ward Cedar Log Homes in Bedrooms Home Design/Square Footage Log Homes
Your master bedroom should be more than a place where you sleep. It should be a sanctuary that encourages you to wind down with ease and allows you to wake up refreshed, ready to start your day. Here are a few ideas to get you started creating a master suite you’re sure to love:
Adding Usable Space with DormersPosted by Ward Cedar Log Homes in Bedrooms Home Design/Square Footage Log Homes
Designing a home can be challenging and coming up with adequate space for your needs and wants within your budget is key for most. When it comes to one and a half story homes, your second floor living space is tucked under the roof, leaving you with less usable floor space. Learn how to gain more space.
Tips to Make Your Small Bedroom Feel LargerPosted by Ward Cedar Log Homes in Bedrooms Home Design/Square Footage Log Homes
Are you trying to think how you can make your small bedroom seem larger? 15 tricks from top designers and architects to make your bedroom feel larger than it is. Let’s take a look with what they came up with.
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