Robin's Way Master Bath

Amagansett, NY United States

Bates Masi Architects; Brian Mannix Builder


Project Description

“Beautiful material selections and craftsman details,” said the judges of the Robin’s Way master bath, part of a master suite addition that’s set on the south end of an existing house. The bath was given an 2013 Watermark Award of Merit.

Exposing lighting and shielding utilities was a top priority for the bath. The solution, rope woven between the existing ceiling joists, was inspired by one of the homeowner’s prized possessions, a mid-century woven chair by Danish furniture designer Hans Wegner. The rope covering on the ceiling adds hand-hewn appeal; that same rope is used to hang the custom mirror at the vanity, and as a screen on the master bath’s sliding doors. A vanity made of salvage wood underscores the hand-crafted appeal of a bath that serves as a private haven.


Project Details

Robin's Way Master Bath
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  • Interior Designer: Athena Calderone 
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    2,000 sq ft

Specified Products

Custom vanity; Lavastone countertop; Signature Hardware and Hansgrohe faucets and fittings; Lavatile and oak flooring; Kohler sink; Toto toilet, Gerkin windows; Grant, Rockwood, Rejuvanation, Omnia decorative hardware; Benjamin Moore paints and varnishes.



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