2006 Minnesota Chapter ASID Honorable Mention Residential Bathroom
A unique blend of varying degrees of textural materials and a bold use of light versus dark finishes were fused to create the Bath oasis. One is truly walking on the shore with the use of stone pebble flooring. The dark stoned river path separates the natural stones. Shower walls are accented with miniature rough-cut limestone “bricks” in a warm golden glow. Smooth polished black granite rests upon custom double bow front Tay veneered cabinetry. The vessel bowls resemble that of organic shells as the faucet is reminiscent of bamboo, all in Brushed Nickel. Natual light floods the space and a trickling wall fountain complete the effect of a tropical escape.
This Kitchen was redesigned to accommodate two cooks. The new cabinetry has many interior upgrades for optimal functionality. The painted/glazed finish on the perimeter cabinetry is accented with a sage green stain on the island. Brazilian Cherry floors and oiled bronze appliances add contrast to the cabinetry. The limestone backsplash and hood area is accented with iridescent glass tiles and quartz harlequin mosaics. Decorative glass pendants and a custom stained glass panel add a unique finishing touch to the color palette.
This Master Bath was stuck in the 80’s, with a cramped shower and a built in tub that was too big for the space. The owners desperately wanted a clean modern look with more appropriate sized fixtures. The double vanity is divided by a storage tower and accented by a custom backsplash made of limestone and marble. The freestanding linen cabinet and modern soaking tub keep the space feeling open and spacious.
The owners of this bedroom were ready for a grown-up space after living with their newly-wed furniture for way to long. A monochromatic color scheme was created for a soothing and restful environment. New upholstered furniture created a sitting area, case goods the necessary storage and custom bedding the ultimate luxury.
An outdated space and uninspiring décor lead this family to do a complete remodel including furniture. The large space allowed for the creation of individual areas including, TV viewing, reading area and a designated homework spot for the kids. Custom furniture with bold colors finished each area. Architectural columns were added to define the Sun Room and Family Room from each other as well as the adjacent Kitchen and Dinette. An updated fireplace insert, surround and new wall sconces added a much needed focal point to the Family Room. New Brazilian Cherry floors finish off the space.