After LR Project 3361-1 Tangletown Minneapolis bathroom remodel 6

Project 3361-1

Home Style: Tudor
Design Style: Traditional
Project Completion Date: December 2017

August 14, 2018 Colleen Bursaw

This family and had been living in their 1917 Tangletown neighborhood, Minneapolis home for over two years and it wasn’t meeting their needs.


The lack of AC in the bathroom was an issue, the bathtub leaked frequently, and their lack of a shower made it difficult for them to use the space well.  After researching Design/Build firms, they came to Castle on the recommendations from others.


Wanting a clean “canvas” to work with, Castle removed all the flooring, plaster walls, tiles, plumbing and electrical fixtures.  We replaced the existing window with a beautiful Marvin Integrity window with privacy glass to match the rest of the home.


A bath fan was added as well as a much smaller radiator.  Castle installed a new cast iron bathtub, tub filler, hand shower, new custom vanity from the Woodshop of Avon with Cambria Weybourne countertop and a recessed medicine cabinet. Wall sconces from Creative lighting add personality to the space.


The entire space feels charming with all new traditional black and white hexagon floor tile, tiled shower niche, white subway tile bath tub surround, tile wainscoting and custom shelves above the toilet.


Just outside the bathroom, Castle also installed an attic access ladder in their hallway, that is not only functional, but aesthetically pleasing.


Come see this project on the 2018 Castle Educational Home Tour, September 29 – 30, 2018.