The bathroom in this condo was “Oh, so-eighties.” Smart design created an open, light-filled space.
In this Minneapolis bathroom design, larger tiles mean there is less grout – and less maintenance! The floor tiles are 12 x 24 inches, and the shower walls and wainscotting are 8 x 20 inches. The shower floor is covered with 3-inch squares. The shower curb matches the wall tile for a cohesive look.
Room for a soaking tub and sumptuous shower.
Small changes can make a big difference in spaciousness. The existing bathroom felt closed off and small. We eliminated a narrow hallway and linen closet. The closet door was relocated.
Calming finishes in soothing shades of gray.
Spa-Inspired Minneapolis Bathroom Design
The framed soffit over the shower not only defines the space but allows room for adding an overhead light. See the tile on the shower ceiling? It is the best way to prevent moisture damage. Plus, the shower floor is pitched so water won’t escape and flood the rest of the room.