An interior remodel of a 1940’s French Eclectic home includes a new kitchen, breakfast, laundry, and three bathrooms featuring new cabinetry, fixtures, and patterned encaustic tile floors. Complementary in detail and substance to elements original to the house, these spaces are also highly practical and easily maintained, accommodating heavy use by our clients, their kids, and frequent guests. Other rooms, with somewhat “well-loved” woodwork, floors, and plaster are rejuvenated with deeply tinted custom finishes, allowing formality and function to coexist.

ChrDAUER: Kristin Mjolsnes, Christian Dauer
General Contractor: Saturn Construction
Photographer: Eric Rorer

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pinecone added this to Pinecone Trail8 July 2022

Too busy overall with patterned tile floor, needs simpler wall and cabinet treatment

pinecone added this to Tile Floor23 June 2022

Too busy overall, needs simpler wall and cabinet treatment

Darla added this to Kitchen Remodel10 April 2021

I like the patterned tile on the floor and butcher block countertops

alliroberts78 added this to Butler Bathrooms26 January 2021

Main Bathroom Floor Tile Example (Lighter Shade)

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