Sea Ranch Contemporary Master Bathroom


Photo K-13: Redwood Vanity with dual sinks and Caesarstone top

The Space: A spacious yet tired bathroom from the 1990s in a contemporary home on the Northern California Coast.

The Need: The clients wanted InHouse to replace their large but storage-challenged master bathroom with a contemporary “haven” and a design that reflected the home’s coastside location. Storage of all kinds was to be maximized while not sacrificing the open feeling of the room.

The Solution: InHouse divided the room into several sub-spaces: a walk-in shower, a vanity area, a toilet niche and two storage closets (one with a Caesarstone countertop for “coffee central”). The dual sink vanity is defined by a rich, dramatic redwood-accented cabinet and wall while the  walk-in shower is covered with wavy Porcelanosa tiles which mimic the waters of the adjacent Pacific Ocean. Concrete-like Caesarstone countertops, LED vanity lights and radiant heated floors complete the redesign.



Photo K-14: The sliding entrance door is based upon a Japanese design used elsewhere in the home.



Photo K-15: The walk-in shower with wavy Porcelanosa tile




Photo K-17: A storage closet with a coffee station and laundry bins


Photo K-16: A closet next to the toilet niche