We were overjoyed work with designer couple, Courtney Ryan and Patrick Ryan on this luxury custom-built A-Frame located in Bethel, Maine. Just minutes from the charming town of Bethel, and a close drive to Sunday River and Mt. Abrams Ski Resort, this new construction build is destined for renters in the area looking to relax après ski or enjoy a quiet summer getaway.
When designing this new build, Courtney knew she wanted to incorporate her good friend, Jill Rosenwald’s ceramic collection for AKDO, Fort Point, and create one of the first installs for the collection. Upon first reviewing the tiles, the coveted color of Tea Party immediately caught the designer’s eye. The soft, grey-beige color of the ceramic tile, fit perfectly with the monochromic minimalism of the cabin, decked out in neutral tones and Scandinavian influences.
The master bath features Fort Point 2 ½” x 10” Tea Party (G) on the vanity wall, in a captivating 90-degree herringbone layout, drawing the eye upwards towards the natural wood-planked ceiling. The undulating texture of the tile merged with the brush-like strokes of the greige coloring, stands for the perfect foundation for the brass light fixtures and dual mirrors.
The bathroom’s peak feature is the waterfall shower, including Fort Point 5” x 5” Brushy in Tea Party, laid in a groovy, geometric pattern on all surrounding walls. To pair with the wall tile, Wide Chalk 2” x 2” mosaic is featured on the shower floor – a no-fuss porcelain with low maintenance, ideal for rental properties.
Lastly, Fika Parquet Glacier finishes out the master bathroom floor. A porcelain tile that flawlessly complements the neutral palette and other wood-clad elements within the cabin, Fika Glacier adds a serene backdrop to the space with its soft-white washed shade.