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This Mac-Groveland neighborhood bath remodel maximizes openess to give this vintage bathroom remodel a spacious feel while fitting into the character of the rest of the home. The use of a diffused window in the shower allows natural light in all day long. The hex tile floor and brass fixtures and hardware really add to the period feel of the bath. The vanity’s dark paint brings a great contrast to the white subway tile and white walls. The round mirror over the vanity softens the hard lines of the tile and brings something a bit unexpected to the room.
This modern master bathroom remodel in Inver Grove Heights gets great natural light through its etched glass window. The glass-enclosed ‘wet room’ is a new trend in bath design gives the space an airy spa-like look and feel, while providing the benefit of taking up less space than two separates areas for a shower and tub.
This Lake Elmo master bath remodel utilizes its natural light with the use glass shower walls allowing the light to filter through. A volcanic limestone free standing tub brings a sense of calm to the space. The vanity’s dark wood brings an elegance with it’s hardware selections that leaves you a great blend of modern and traditional that just feels right. The glass chandelier over the tub enhances the luxurious feeling, inviting you to linger for a little while longer.
Eagan Contemporary Bath
This contemporary master bathroom remodel in Eagan gets great natural light through its glass block window. The spacious, glass-enclosed shower allows for natural light to reach every corner of the room. The separate tub allows for those long soaks when necessary and extended dual vanity allows for ample storage and display.
Luxury steam bath
This master bath renovation in Hopkins incorporates truly luxurious Kohler shower fixtures inside that beautiful glass shower, which includes a soothing steam room option to maximize the relaxation. The custom concrete counter top with double undermount sinks creates lots of room to get ready for the day and plenty of storage space for all the bathroom essentials.
Something about remodeling bathrooms allows people to go a little bit more bold or unique than they might in others spaces. This boldly black and white striped bathroom proves it. Stripes make a huge statement, and when they’re black and white it screams modern. The stripes along with the unique shape of the bathroom, edge profile of the counter top, larger hardware on the cabinets, and the other geometric touches make this bath a modern conversation starter.
Elegant 1920s Bath
Creating a master bathroom befitting the style of an updated 1920s-era home was the goal of this bathroom remodel in Edina. This new substantially sized bath invites relaxation. A furniture-quality vanity, with a specialty finish and marble countertop, sets an elegant mood. The dramatic tub is a pedestal style in which long soaks are a must, not a hope. Natural travertine is used for flooring and shower walls, and the double-headed shower has a clear glass, frameless door adding to the feeling of spaciousness. Finally, the room is finished with a private water closet.
Lake Home Bath
This Roseville bathroom remodel’s clean lines help utilize its space very efficiently. Beautiful dark wood cabinets with flat panels create a perfect modern vanity with with double slot, concrete sink. The large glass wall on the alcove shower help make the bathroom feel even larger than it is. Open storage shelves give this remodeled home on Lake Mccarron give spa like feel.
This upstairs bathroom was reconfigured in its existing space to accommodate a double shower and sinks. The remodeled space is new and fresh while respecting the design of the original home and improving the functionality for homeowners. It has interesting details like a custom gradient trough, concrete sink creating room for two people to use the basin at one time.
Winner of ROMA Award for Baths under $60,000
Mid-century Modern Bath
This mid-century modern home is now the jewel of the neighborhood. A complete main-floor project focused on changes to the kitchen, a new master bath and a new powder bath for guest. Clean lines, open views, mahogany cabinetry, Cambria tops, tile backsplashes, all help to create not just mid-century modern remodel that blends seamlessly into the rest of the home.
Winner of Chrysalis Award for Baths under $50,000
Master Design Award from Qualified Remodeler Magazine
(Baths under $50,000 Category)
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