Example of an arts and crafts bathroom design in Minneapolis

St. Paul Classic Bathroom Remodel

Craftsman Bathroom, Minneapolis

Designed by Interior Designer Elizabeth Bland The owners of this 1940’s Cape Cod located in Highland Park were desperate for a remodel of their upstairs bath! After seeing the design of our St. Paul showroom, they elected to keep things simple while still complementing the era of the home. Glossy white subway tile was used throughout to really brighten the space. A grey beaded accent pencil was run throughout the subway to visually break up the tile and add a pop of neutral color. Porcelain tile made to look like Carrara-marble was used on the floor. The client wanted some storage near the sink so a console sink provides that without taking up too much valuable space. The overall design goal was achieved by updating the space but making it feel like part of the rest of the home.
Example of an arts and crafts bathroom design in Minneapolis - Houzz

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Meri Daugherty wrote:August 13, 2012
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    Castle Building & Remodeling
    The chair rail is from American Olean - Urban Canvas Chair Rail in Ice White.
  • katereilly01
    Can you tell me the name of the floor tile? It is beautiful!
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