SJAH – Washrooms
About this project
After years of abuse, it was finally time for the Saint John Ale House to renovate their bar level washrooms. These tiny washrooms were outfitted with new tiles, distressed barn board, stainless steel accents, black fixtures, and new lighting to reflect the changes made to the rest of the bar and restaurant.
After ten years of business, we needed to freshen up...what was in store for me, I could have never imagined. The restaurant industry is like fashion, really comfortable and delicious fashion...who better to go to – Tuck Interiors - with Judith Mackin. We began the journey and from the first meeting to the last light bulb hung, Judith's keen eye oversaw it all (and her involved hand actually laid down some paint), the detail was second to none, the functionality is superior and the end result, as I have said many times, we're over the moon with excitement. It has maintained what we have built in feel and taken us to a whole new level of design. We are absolutely thrilled with not only the result, but the great journey of understanding design and its function.
Peter Stoddart – Saint John Ale House