EMERSON SMALL BATHTraditional Bathroom, Minneapolis

Andrea Rugg Photography

Example of a small classic kids' black and white tile and ceramic tile marble floor and gray floor corner shower design in Minneapolis with furniture-like cabinets, blue cabinets, a two-piece toilet, blue walls, an undermount sink, engineered quartz countertops, a hinged shower door and white countertops —  Houzz
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Joan K wrote:Aug 2, 2019
  • Joan K

    Can you please share the dimensions, esp for the cabinet above the toilet?

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    i.d. | interior design

    Hi Joan! The cabinet above the toilet in this bathroom is about 24" x 36" and the medicine cabinet is 20" x 36" (including apron and crown). A custom cabinet maker can make your cabinets to the specifications that will work best in your space!

akjr_gw wrote:Jul 15, 2019
kendre9 wrote:Jul 14, 2019
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    i.d. | interior design

    The color of the paint on the cabinets is Sherwin Williams "silver gray."

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    i.d. | interior design

    The paint color on the walls is Sherwin Williams "gray sky."

HU-98784463398331176 wrote:Jul 19, 2019
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    i.d. | interior design

    This bathroom is 68" (toilet wall) x 84" (door and/or window wall). Hope this helps!

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Victoria Villeneuve added this to How to Control the Cost of Your Bathroom RemodelJul 8, 2019

9. Reuse Items Within ReasonSave the decent things, by all means, but if you hang on to every last screw or tub stopper, you’re defeating the purpose of planning a lovely new bathroom. “Keeping the old ceiling because it’s ‘OK,’ or not having an extractor fan fitted as it costs a bit more, could affect the finished look,” Wedgbury says. “Saving old [faucets] or radiators to put in the new suite won’t help your budget much when the [installer] is having to clean them up or strip them down carefully to remove anyway.” “Opting for a cheap toilet can lead to problems in the future, due to poor build quality and because flushing performance could be less than optimal,” Ghaly says. Sinks also are worth investing in, he adds, since they need to last without cracking or staining.

Mitchell Parker added this to 7 Inspiring Small BathroomsJun 26, 2019

1. Blue Heaven Designers: Carrie Harrington of i.d. interior design and Erik Mahin and David Schnacky of Plekkenpol BuildersLocation: Minneapolis Size: 38½ square feet (3.6 square meters); 5½ by 7 feetHomeowners’ request. Update a cramped and dated bathroom to include a larger shower and more storage for a couple’s tween daughter. Space saver. Designer Carrie Harrington incorporated space from a closet in an adjacent bedroom to expand the footprint by about 4½ square feet. Style point. Black ceramic sconces original to the hundred-year-old house. “This set the tone for the color scheme and other elements of the room,” Harrington says. “It’s historic-traditional with a twist.”Find a bathroom designer near you

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robin_gagnon29 added this to robin_gagnon29's ideas2 hours ago

Coulis noir des tuiles de céramiques blanches.

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