The mas­ter suite, or how we’d equip a per­sonal bed­room and bath.

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16. A STREAM­LINED SOAK

Noth­ing re­laxes Mary Ellen bet­ter than soak­ing in a deep tub. The Seneca acrylic tub from Strom Plumb­ing is a mod­ernist take on late-Vic­to­rian slip­per tubs. A blissful 65" long and 30 ¾ " wide, the tub comes with a drain in a choice of fin­ishes. Faucet is ex­tra. $2,925. Rus­tic Sinks, (855) 553-7305, rus­tic­sinks.com

17. JEWELS LIKE A QUEEN

With a fa­mously huge col­lec­tion of jew­elry, Carol needs the Homestead jew­elry ar­moire. Shown in cherry, the piece mea­sures 49" high x 19 ½ " wide x 14 ¾ " deep. The top six draw­ers are fit­ted with ring bars and large and small com­part­ments. $4,710. Sim­ply Amish, (217) 268-4504, sim­plyamish.com

18. EL­E­VATE MY BATH­ROOM

For Lori, the Parker medicine cabi­net in quar­ter-sawn oak with Har­vey El­lis-style in­lays is the place to hide the tooth­paste. Avail­able in sev­eral woods and sizes with glass, panel, shelv­ing, and knob op­tions. About $600 and up. Mis­sion Fur­nish­ings, (908) 930-5583, mis­sion­fur­nish­ings.com

19. DREAM OF VENICE

The Vene­tian Etched dresser mirror is the per­fect re­place­ment for a lost mirror in Mary Ellen’s bath­room. The beveled mirror has a del­i­cate etched fo­liage mo­tif, stepped borders, and spi­ral-cut edges. It mea­sures 40" x 30". $749 to $999. RH Teen, (800) 762-1005, rhteen.com

20. ALL THINGS GOTHIC

Fash­ioned in wal­nut in France dur­ing the late 19th cen­tury, this Gothic Re­vival bed “taps into a sub­con­scious mem­ory,” Pa­tri­cia con­fesses. In­tri­cate carved faces in­cor­po­rate qua­tre­foils, fleurs-de-lis, and Gothic points and win­dow shapes. The bed fits a queen-size mat­tress. $5,207.86. 1stdibs, (877) 721-3427, 1stdibs.com

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