Master Bedroom Remodel with Rolling Wall
This project was a major remodel of a master bedroom using some very different design and construction techniques. The rolling was for light control brings amazing surprise to those who have seen it.
The are a large number of very special details that make the room just perfect for our needs, including electric controls horizontal on the bedside integrated tables, hard wired monitor lights to assure that garage doors are not left open, a micro light that provides perfect guidance to the bathroom door handle for the last one into the room after it is made dark for the night, a dual air handling system that provides wonderful, filtered fresh air to the room while unobtrusively sharing the same register with the house HVAC system, a mini split that makes using the upstairs AC unnecessary most of the summer, and a welded 2″ steel bedframe designed to provide the right height and rigidity to our two different thickness twin XL mattresses.
The total cost including finishes and additional interior design treatment (with me doing most of the work) was around $16,000 and the time frame was almost four months. Much of this time was due to the fact that so many elements were design/ build with many trials to find the right results.
After remodel. Minisplit moved to opposite wall and replaced by linear fixed window. Hurricane shutter outside provides blackout at night.
Rolling wall open. Windows have full access if needed, along with integrated sliding sheers.
Rolling wall closed. Provides complete blackout at night without need for blinds (which I personally don't like).
Wall under construction, door jam guide light, dual air system with fresh air and climate air sharing same grill, paneling under construction.