The master bedroom features a see-through fireplace with a view into the master bath. A TV screen is hidden in the master bath mirror. The shower features a full-height glass window that overlooks the San Francisco Bay.
Peaked ceilings lend an open, expansive quality to rooms in the Nesbitt home and help amplify Elizabeth's desire for "California"-style in her space. Though she and Curt (who met on a blind date) both hail from the South, "I've always loved California," she admits.
Enjoy the ocean view from your morning shower in this modern glass-surround master bath. The transition of the bath area and bedroom looks seamless due to the shower's glass walls and the large window with water view.
The wet room creates a spa like feel to this master bath. Carrera Marble in varying sizes and formats create continuity and interest. The Bain Ultra tub and multiple showerheads add to the message of pure relaxation. The yellow barn door separates the bath from the bedroom. The color palette continues into the bedroom with yellow and white Grange Hermitage Clover Leaf Chests on either side of the upholstered A Rudin bed.
This master bathroom showcases the stunning ocean views by integrating windows, sliding doors and shutters into the available wall space around the room. A spacious shower even connects to the oceanfront patio, making it feel alfresco. To create this contemporary coastal look, designer Bruce Palmer uses copper, reclaimed wood and more modern pieces to form a resort-esque retreat. Design by Bruce Palmer. Construction by Dewson Construction Company. Architecture by Olivieri, Shousky & Kiss, PA. Photography by John Jenkins
Marianne Brown designed this custom bath cabinet with colorful floral wallpaper behind the shelves. The wallpaper adds a pop of color, pattern, and personality to the bath, balancing the sterile nature of bathroom fixtures.