Master Bathroom Magic- Client Connection- Frost part 1

Updated: Feb 11


-AFTER- maximizing space and style! #bathroom #bathroomremodel #tile #tileinspo #tileideas #barndoor

Little Bathroom with Big Style


When a referral landed me in New Brighton for an initial client consult I had my wheels turning right away!

The scope of work that was to be done in phases and the art and lifestyle the clients had/lead made me excited for where we could take the design of the spaces they wanted remodeled!


SCOPE- Phase 1- completed

•Living Room- new carpet, paint, furniture, staging

•Stairs- carpet runner Phase 2- completed

•Upstairs guest bath- remodel

•Master bath- remodel

Phase 3- future

•Kitchen- remodel

For today I am going to focus on their master bathroom remodel we completed this fall.

BEFORE

As you can easily see this bathroom leaves much to be desired.

The vanity was only 19” wide with two grown adults sharing it. The shower head was so short both the husband and wife had to duck to use it!


There was bad lighting, no exhaust fan, outdated tile... I could go on and on.


I took inspiration from their travels and love of adventure and the great outdoors. I wanted to give them a daily tropical getaway...even when it was -20 degrees outside!

-Mood Board #moodboard

We interviewed and clients chose Tschida Construction and after a lot of planning and ordering we got rolling!


A few keys design choices were the heated tile floors, which are especially cool because we created a river rock path from the shower floor to their master bedroom. They loved the idea and when it came back in their budget they decided why not?!?


Another bold choice was the paint color. Most people think small rooms can’t have darker colors, well this spaces proves that wrong! We balanced it out with white tile, glass doors, good lighting, and utilizing natural light.

DURING CONSTRUCTION

Part 2 with AFTER pictures coming Friday, February 14th!

Thank you for joining in and reading! I hope you got an insight into what we do, who we work with, the reality behind making old spaces new, and how awesome are clients are!

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Jeanna Letzring, Owner/Interior Designer

Website: pinnacleinteriordesigns.com

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Jeanna Letzring: 612.508.2872
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