Live in the Details® – Kath Home Owner’s Suite
Finally getting settled in our new home, with our own punch list that feels like a mile long. Here to report we’re on the other side of that and the details have finally come together that we’ve longed for. Today we’re taking you behind the scenes of our owner’s suite in our new home. One of the first spaces we designed and continued to evolve once the home started to take shape. Adding arched details to mirror those on the main floor and as of recently, a newly added pair of vintage artwork for the bathroom that I cannot get enough of.
Modern Tudor Bathroom
The inspiration for the whole home really began with a modern Tudor aesthetic, with a focus on timeless, traditional with modern and clean lines, breathing new life into a Tudor vibe. With this in mind we opted for the contemporary Pella black wood windows in the Architect Series, sheetrock returns to eliminate any window casing – a Tudor element we left behind.
Additionally, in the owner’s suite, we selected all stone tiles for the floor, shower walls and floor too. These are the details I am most fond of in our entire home. Compliments of brass finishes and our very own hand crafted bathroom vanity from our cabinet shop, here in Minneapolis.
Get The Look
Lighting: Single and Double Vendome Sconce, Simple Scallop Hanging Shade by Visual Comfort via Rabbit Creek.
Vanity: Jkath Design Build Cabinet Shop – Custom stain in Alder with Reeded Detailing.
Plumbing: Brizo Invari in Luxe Gold
Bathtub: Signature Hardware 59” Eden Acrylic Freestanding Tub
Countertop: HanStone Quartz Montauk
Window Treatment: Shumacher Brunel in Natural (77530)
Owner’s Bedroom – Take Me Away
Our bedroom is light, bright, and BIG. Living in the city, I never dreamed of having such a large bedroom – I am not even sure I am using it to it’s capacity, but it’s cozy and also full of architectural interest with ceiling details, roof lines with interest, a modest built in for linen storage, black contrasting windows to the otherwise all neutral space. Our favorite destination is the West Coast, this watercolor we purchased a few years ago is equally calming and an investment piece worth splurging for.
Also, what I love about this space – we repurposed a few things from our previous home. The area rug, painting as mentioned, and some accessories including all of our bedding. A great reminder, new doesn’t need to be fast fashion.
Get The Look
Lighting: Phoebe Stacked Lamps by Visual Comfort via Rabbit Creek
Bed Frame: Room and Board Architecture Bed
Wood Stools: Target Threshold Upholstered Stools
Dresser / Nightstands: Studio McGee Huxton Dresser and Night Stands
Window Treatments: Shumacher Linen Blend
Flooring: Shaw Floors Expressions Harmony Engineered White Oak via ProSource Flooring
Custom Closet Solutions
A recent post I wrote on our custom closets and how to get organized can be found here. We partnered with local closet makers, Built to Last Custom Closets for all the unique customization, including finishes and storage solutions shown here for our individual spaces.
Thank you for following along, it’s hard to believe just over a year ago we had no idea how all of these spaces would come together. A few more posts that may interest you from our planning phases to reveal:
Katie Kath + Jkath Team
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