Remodeling a home is a big project, and daunting to some. We understand a remodel isn’t for everyone and most choose to move into something bigger. However, when you find yourselves wanting to stay in your current home, but you’re running out of space, you might choose to take a leap of faith and start the remodel process. This Minnesota home remodel might just convince you to explore those options for your own home! The styling and design is airy and organic with pops of subtle color and textures. This home tour will without a doubt, fill you with inspiration to add subtle changes to your current home or office space.
Dwell & Gather Interior Design shares,
“A very busy family of six in Deephaven, MN found themselves bursting out of the seams in their home. They hired us for their three story addition and full home remodel for hard and soft selections throughout. Both the husband and wife love to host, so kitchen details were a huge focus piece. Their kitchen is only 208 sq/ft, so planning was key and using high end hidden appliances, high end plumbing, hardware and lighting makes a huge impact to the space they have in their Minnesota home remodel!”
The interior designer continues,
“Their style is traditional with a smidge of coastal. He likes edgy and she likes airy and organic. That being said, we kept it airy with the perimeter in a paint that has a gray undertone accompanied with gray quartz on the perimeter. However, we pushed her out of her comfort zone and made him so excited with the beautiful veining in the quartz on the island. The island has a precious basin edge for a traditional feel, while the perimeter quartz keeps a clean ridgeline. Again, playing with both preferences.
The colors of the island veining is used as the color story throughout the home. The challenge was to get all the storage needs (including kids art supplies), within the kitchen. As well as having an extra trash/recycle by the sliding door, leading outside for easy access when entertaining. We converted a closet just behind the kitchen, close to the staircase leading down to the basement into an extended pantry where all the larger supplies (think rice cooker) are stored.”
The interior designer continues with the details,
“The handmade Zellige tile was a must have! We lovingly asked to place it in a “random” lay (which can be very difficult to do). The reason for this is to eliminate a grid pattern to the grout. The corbels placed to finish the sides of the range and coffee nook have a curved detail that is mimicked as the cabinetry “feet”. The beautiful hand spun legs on the dark stained 9’x5’ island bring so much warmth and seating! There’s even a pull-out pantry, hidden coffee cabinet and space to prep on the perimeter.
One would not notice at first, but the repetition of the round shape repeats throughout the entire project. Here, in the kitchen, the hardware on the cabinets have this small and subtle repeat. The focal point looking in from the dining room is the huge range hood flanked with the beautiful pendants. The flow of this house makes for a perfect host home now that there is a circular pattern of living spaces all centered around their kitchen.”
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