In this St. Paul home, our clients were looking for help on design selections for the kitchen, fireplace, main floor bathroom, and master bathroom. They were working with another contractor on the construction, but we were able to work with them on all of the tile, plumbing, and lighting pieces for the space. One of the challenges was creating the main floor bathroom to make it bold and moody, without feeling too dark. Creating a space that could be used for guests, complete with a roll-in shower was a priority. Making the most of the space, even though it’s a smaller bathroom and had a unique layout, was also important.
In the main floor bathroom, we made the smaller space truly become a statement in the home with a black herringbone accent wall behind the vanity. A floating vanity keeps the smaller bathroom feeling open and is accented with white quartz countertops and a vessel sink. Gold faucets add shine to the space, especially when combined with a gold mirror and black and gold sconces. Bold and moody dark green walls achieve the deep hues our clients love. White and black patterned hexagon tile on the floor offsets the darker green walls to keep the space from feeling too dark. Continuing this patterned tile into the shower allows for a curb-less entry making it easy to enter the shower, especially for aging guests.