Hi! Today we'll be exploring the whimsical master bedroom suite at the HGTV Green Home. You can also read about our mini road trip, exterior, kitchen, and living room & dining room. We'll continue to share lots of photos and details during our series of posts about the remaining interior spaces: kids' bedroom & bathroom, sitting room & watch tower, laundry room (my favorite room!), and art work. I hope my photos aren't too shabby considering the low lighting inside, other visitors wandering around, and my little point and shoot camera.
When the front door opened for our tour most people flocked to the open living space downstairs. Not me! I raced upstairs to the master bedroom suite. Here is the first photo I took inside the house.
I'm a sucker for grass storage baskets.
Natural light filters into the closet.
View from water closet side of tub and shower. I like the window placement in this room.faucets.
I haven't seen a roof indoors before so here is another photo. Note the rain shower head between the lights while we're at it.
I didn't expect this tub's placement in the center of the room or the size of it. It's only 2 feet by 4 feet which helps conserve water but it doesn't seem like it'd be very relaxing to bath in the fetal position. I couldn't climb in to try it out but I really wanted to.
Next up is the master bedroom!
Shaw's Majestic and felt very cozy. The floor mirror is available from West Elm.
Aleutian (bathroom cabinets), Iron Ore (bathroom mirrors), Upward (bathroom ceiling), Windy Blue (bedroom walls), Heartthrob (red bed frame), Icicle (bedroom ceiling), Extra White.
Next time we'll talk about the kids' bedroom suite. Thanks for stopping by!
UPDATE 11/11/2010: If you're interested in seeing the rest of our 2010 HGTV Green Home tour, click here to visit our HGTV tour summary post that includes a link to each room's in-depth tour. The 2010 HGTV Green home has 2.5 bathrooms. You can see the bathroom in the Kids Bedroom Suite here and then click here to see the vibrant Downstairs Half Bath.