It is a key principle in building design that the entrance should be obvious. You should not have to guess where to enter the building. The same is true for the Master Suite – although it is more to mark a territory than an invitation. This can be done with simple or complex means. Providing a recessed door with an overlaid arch marks significance and importance and works well if you don’t have a lot of extra space. But if you do have some extra space then the possibilities are endless. You can create a gallery space to transition to the Master Suite. A vestibule with art niches and columns marks an unmistakable barrier and creates interest and a sense of anticipation. If greater seclusion is desired, and you have more space to work with, providing a separate staircase to the Master Suite opens more possibilities of landings for meditation and reflection. This is a space you will use every day so make it interesting but also obvious to others that it is a personal place and only you are allowed into your own private oasis!