The homeowners of this 1917-built Kenwood area single family home originally came to us to update their outdated, yet spacious, master bathroom. Soon after beginning the process, these Minneapolitans also decided to add a kids’ bathroom, a powder room and the floor of their front entry to the scope of work.
The master bathroom functioned well for them but given its 1980’s aesthetics and a vanity that was falling apart, it was time to update. The original layout was kept, but the new finishes reflected the clean and fresh style of the homeowner. Black finishes on traditional fixtures blend a modern twist on a traditional home. Subway tiles the walls, marble tiles on the floor and quartz countertops round out the bathroom to provide a luxurious transitional space for the homeowners for years to come.
The kids’ bathroom was in disrepair with a floor that had some significant buckles in it. The new design mimics the old floor pattern and all fixtures that were chosen had a nice traditional feel. To add whimsy to the room, wallpaper with maps was added by the homeowner to make it a perfect place for kids to get ready and grow.
The powder room is a place to have fun – and that they did. A new charcoal tile floor in a herringbone pattern and a beautiful floral wallpaper make the small space feel like a little haven for their guests.