The master ensuite has its own small courtyard with two platforms, a vertical garden and plenty of greenery and light. Photographer - Jessie May
What Houzz contributors are saying:
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The generous master ensuite opens onto a private courtyard, creating a tropical indoor/outdoor bathing experience. The garden features a stepped design not only to add visual interest, but also to cover a stormwater drain. “Having these drains dug from the back of the property right to the front was probably our biggest headache and extra cost. However, the stepped solution and large pots have worked well to create a visual distraction,” Fieldsend says.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
What we like: Open shower concept / floor to ceiling window/glass, like the cabinets only prefer them to also have the exposed towel rack below. Like the exposed vs. built in sink to break up the darkness in the room however prefer a more rectangular vs. square sink.