Example of a classic kids' subway tile bathroom design in Minneapolis

West Isles Kid's Bath

Traditional Bathroom, Minneapolis

This formidable turn-of-the-century home sits on a large lot overlooking a prominent lake in Minneapolis. The architecturally significant home was altered to create a connected kitchen/family space, an informal powder room, mudroom, and functional connection to the garage. Additionally, the kitchen and children’s bath were renovated and a new nursery was created. A new home gym, complete with an indoor resistance pool, now occupies a portion of the home’s lower level space. Troy Thies Photography - Joe Metzler, SALA Architects
Example of a classic kids' subway tile bathroom design in Minneapolis - Houzz

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lsserf wrote:May 25, 2012
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    Vujovich Design Build, Inc.
    8 years ago
    Bathroom wall color is Benjamin Moore First Snowfall #1618, eggshell
  • tinychicken
    6 years ago
    you stated this hexagon tile is glossy? this picture looks very matte, is it bc of the lighting ?
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Cza's added this to Una’s Bathroom3 days ago

Love the floor tiles