THE LIGHT-FILLED MASTER BEDROOM AND AMERICAN-MADE
THE LIGHT-FILLED MASTER BEDROOM
The spacious master bedroom is steps away from the serene bathroom, and Shea had one clear objective for the area: “We wanted it to almost feel like a hotel.” Furnishings were kept to a minimum with a simple, low-profile bed, nightstands and a basic rug that highlights the beauty of the wood flooring. Plus, there’s an accent chair boasting a quintessential 1920s motif—a nod to Frank Lloyd Wright.
Another highlight of the bedroom is a 15-by-8-foot glass wall that can be dimmed when the shower is in use. It separates the master bathroom from the bedroom, allowing for privacy. It’s also an example of Shea’s attention to detail. “The glass [in the shower] is from an old factory in Detroit,” Shea said. “Everything in the home is American-made.” สถาปนิก