The master ensuite features a refined, elegant palette of neutral, durable materials. 
  Up close, the wall tile reveals beautiful, subtle variations in the stone which give the walls a visual softness in contrast to the crisp angles of the sloped ceiling.
 The ensuite is thoughtfully laid out to efficiently use the available space.
 This existing dormer allowed for a spa-like retreat in the master bathroom, forming the perfect space for a free standing tub, made more functional with the inclusion of niche shelves on either side for storage.
 A wall-mounted toilet maximises floor space, as does the niche shelving.
 The skylights in the master bedroom bathe it in natural light that would have otherwise not been accessible after re-configuring the space to have the master bathroom where the existing window is located.
 Custom millwork under the angled ceiling provided improvised closet storage in the master bedroom.
 Floating nightstands and wall-mounted lights provide a clean, contemporary look in this functional master retreat.
 The client's request for both a larger family room and guest bedroom was resolved in the use of triple-folding doors, which allows for flexibility when a private room is needed for guests, as well as a large flex space that functions as a play room and den. 
 Even with the triple sliding doors closed, there is still enough space for a play area suitable for multiple children.
 The built-in millwork allows for maximum use of space, and the combination of open shelves and cabinets offer different storage solutions for this versatile room.
 Built-in storage in the bedroom offers a better use of space, while allowing all of the natural light from the existing bay window to enter the room. 
 The shared bathroom stayed with the clean, crisp look, by offsetting the dark floating vanity with the white subway tile.
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