Outdoor living connected to the master suite
Top 3 Master suite deck, patio, and screen porch ideas
Surveys show that outdoor living spaces continue to hit the top of homebuyer "must have" lists.
Below are three outdoor living space designs that connect directly to the master suite, accommodating first and second floor master bedroom floor plans.
Master suite outdoor living idea #1: Romeo and Juliet Balcony
Second story balconies are a romantic addition to any custom home master bedroom.
In this example, pictured from a version of the Maple Lane, a custom-designed Romeo and Juliet style balcony was added onto the second story master suite.
This balcony adds just enough space to include two rocking chairs and a side table.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the mild North Carolina spring and summer seasons with a fantastic view.
Master suite outdoor living idea #2: Courtyard patio
This master bedroom, pictured from a version of the Country Manor, opens up to a large courtyard style patio.
Double French doors provide an elegant entranceway between indoor and outdoor living spaces.
Take one step outside from the master bedroom, and enjoy the sight and sound of a roaring, cozy fire in this stone-front outdoor fireplace topped with metal accent roofing.
Master suite outdoor living idea #3: Private hot tub access
This custom home design, pictured from a version of the Woodlake, incorporates private master bedroom access to the screen porch.
Enjoy the luxury of a hot tub, in your own private area screened away from pesky mosquitoes.
Hardwood floors in the master bedroom make a nice transition to the extended personal space.
It's easy to incorporate your own outdoor living space ideas, when you work with an award winning design team that works with you to create your own floor plan with an outdoor living design with custom details, lighting fixture designs, and furniture placement ideas. You're never held back to a limited set of options when you design your own environment with a truly custom builder. Contact Stanton Homes to learn more about building a custom home in North Carolina.