Home on the Bay Project: The Primary Bathroom
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Home on the Bay Project: The Primary Bathroom

A ritual-enhancing space from our latest project

Stepping into the light-filled primary bathroom of our Home on the Bay Project 

beautiful views welcome you through the large windows and set the scene for the space. Each finish and element work together to create a dreamy primary bath retreat, from the white oak cabinetry to the antique brick-laid stone floors.  

This home is located in the San Francisco Bay Area and was designed as a completely custom new build for our clients, in collaboration with Sausalito Construction and Holscher Architecture. 

"In this primary bathroom, it's all about the view. Our clients have this walkout balcony that overlooks the bay, and we wanted to make sure to frame out those doors and draw attention to that moment."

- Shea McGee

While bringing to life our client's dream home, the Studio McGee team and Holscher Architecture.  produced the idea to build a deck off the master bathroom with invisible glass railings to allow the amazing Marin County views to be brought into even the master suit's living experience.

- Don Scheiner Sausalito Construction

In this primary bathroom, it’s all about the view. Our clients have this walkout balcony that overlooks the bay, and we wanted to make sure to frame out those doors and draw attention to that moment. We added drapes that soften the space and beautiful stairs that step up behind the tub and add to the overall look and feel of the design.

"The variation in materials helps bring warmth and interest to this space, from the tumbled limestone floors to the white oak cabinetry."

- Shea McGee

Choosing materials in smaller areas like a bathroom is all about making the most out of what you have to work with to bring in as much texture and dimension as possible. In this space, the variation in materials helps bring warmth and interest to this space, from the tumbled limestone floors to the white oak cabinetry. In the shower, we paired Cream Glazed Ceramic Tiles on the walls with Mosaic Calacatta on the floors in coordinating tones.

Home on the Bay Project: The Primary Bathroom
Home on the Bay Project: The Primary Bathroom

"Opting for one long mirror rather than two allowed for the sunshine to pour in from the windows of this space and maximize the natural light."

- Shea McGee

Two sconces frame the mirror above the vanity and add symmetry, while a vintage rug adds character and depth to the stone flooring. Opting for one long mirror rather than two allowed for the sunshine to pour in from the windows of this space and maximize the natural light.

Simple Banded Hanging Shade
Similar: Vintage Rug No. 192
Right Angle Double Sconce
Pismo Bath Collection
Grid Bone Box
Bath Brushes
Home on the Bay Project: The Primary Bathroom
Home on the Bay Project: The Primary Bathroom
Home on the Bay Project: The Primary Bathroom

The primary bathroom pieces

Elevated accents take this beautiful bathroom suite to the next level. 
More bath accessory favorites
Simple Banded Hanging Shade
Pismo Bath Collection
Right Angle Double Sconce
Grid Bone Box
Bath Brushes
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