Fashion Forward Bathroom Remodel | Maple Grove, MN

We are so excited to share our latest bathroom project reveal! I was ecstatic about this project from the initial email from our clients asking about remodeling this room. We worked on their kitchen last year, and because they were so easy to work with and their style is so fun, we knew it was going to be another project that would get our creative juices flowing!

Material Selections:

Brizo Wall Mount Widespread Faucet | Kohler Vessel Sink | Brizo Odin Shower Fixture | Mercury Mosaics Shower Wall Tile | Custom Mercury Mosaics Floor Tile | Glass Shower Panel | Gold Circle Mirror | Staggered Glass Sconce | Eden Nightfall Wallpaper

 

the challenge

This bathroom was lacking the personality and style that our clients love. Since it’s not their main bathroom, but used for guests and the downstairs office, they wanted it to be a space that would showcase their personality and style. The corner shower was small and made the space feel cramped. With beige walls and tile, it made the bathroom feel outdated. To create a unique and fun space, our clients worked with Mercury Mosaics to design out a custom tile floor. They also were set on bold wallpaper pattern that would become the backdrop for all of the other selections.

our solution

To showcase the custom tile floor and bold wallpaper, we showed our clients how the look would come together in 3D renderings. They also got samples of their custom tile and wallpaper to see in the space. Once we had those selections nailed down, we incorporated touches of gold with the plumbing fixtures, mirror, and light. To expand the shower, it now runs the entire width of the back wall, making it easy to access with a glass panel shower wall. Running the handmade tile up to the ceiling makes the room feel taller, while the wallpaper provides a stunning statement wall behind the vanity. For a customized vanity, Jamie built a natural maple with inset push to open drawer slides, which fits perfectly with the other natural and earthy elements within the space.

Here is more information on the design process and a look at the final reveal.