Small House Essential House A 1,000 home in St. Paul, Minnesota. Designed by Revelations Architects/Builders. kinetic houseminnesotaRevelations Architects/Builders by Steven Previous Post Next Post
floors look nasty , moldy carpets or ?
Looks like concrete everywhere, which can look nice… They just didn’t do anything to it other than make it smooth.
Looks like concrete to me. All one laying into the bathroom with a drain in the floor.
That floor? It looks like concrete to me.
Floors appear to be unstained concrete, not carpet.
The floors look like they’re concrete.
The concrete floors could be done better! A nice tile would have been comparable and much more finished looking.
I didn’t like the wet bath at all. That method is usually done because of space but there is LOTS of room for a proper shower.
While it is true that wet room showers are often done in small spaces, they are also installed for the disabled, or those in failing health. Easy in, easy out. They are very practical for all ages and you don’t have a shower curtain or door to clean either. Grab bars would have been a nice addition to this shower plus a hand held shower head. The only down side I see for them is that in a cold climate, because of the large volume of space, any skin that is not under the water can feel cold. I supposed that could be solved by cranking up the heat in the bathroom if possible.
Well, it’s a very modern look, which is nice for a change, even tho’ I prefer something with more character. I don’t mind the concrete floors, they go with the style of the home. With regards the “wet bathroom”, that also goes with the modern look, and it’s wheelchair friendly too! All in all it’s a good “tiny home” as it looks spacious because of the modern architecture and styling.