Pattern Floor Bathroom Remodel
This might look like bathroom remodeling in St. Louis but it’s a new construction project from the cheese state of Wisconsin! Yes, we did learn to love cheese curds over the duration of this project. Trudging through the snow during a northern winter did not hinder the flow of design ideas on this project. In fact, while visiting there was nothing better to do than focus on making this space as beautiful and functional as we possibly could. The dreaming started with the brave pick of this pattern tile floor. The gray patterned porcelain floor set the stage for everything else we did including the decision to paint the outside of the tub so it would stand out against the white subway tile walls. Tile design can make or break you both visually and financially in your space. These tile choices in this bathroom did neither; both tile options were aesthetically pleasing and very budget friendly. The use of ready made vanity bases helped keep the master bath expenses down. There was no room for a separate toilet area so we tucked it behind the shower offering a limited view. The natural wood doors, warm and compliment the gray and safely put this bathroom in the category of cozy!
Bathroom Cabinets: Custom disteressed wood Countertops: Honed Soapstone Floor Tile: Stone Peak Florentina Tub: Paintable Claw Foot Wall Tile: Pure White Subway