At this point we all recognize how important escapes can be for our mental health. After a full year of no boundaries between work life and home life, no vacations to look forward to and seemingly no “off button” to our fast-paced world, the at-home retreat has become a necessity rather than a luxury. Dwayne has always believed that bedrooms should serve as personal respites that reflect the individual, but now more than ever it’s important to consider how we want to feel in our spaces. Color, lighting, flow, and texture are all contributing factors when designing a sanctuary. That said, you don’t have to live in a yoga studio to feel relaxed at home. Dwayne has discovered the sweet spot between modern oasis and luxury living, where the finest finishes bring joy, textures create a sensory experience, and all of the elements work together to create a mood that both elevates and relaxes.
For en suite bathrooms and closets, there’s an opportunity to create an extension of the bedroom space while giving it a unique personality of its own. Dramatic lighting, reflective surfaces, organic elements, and dreamy scents help to set the tone in a master bath. One of the most underrated stress relievers is organization! The master closet is the perfect opportunity to take control of the chaos with thoughtfully designed solutions for a space you’ll never want to leave.