From Cluttered to Classy
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The kitchen in this 1906 Minneapolis home was in serious need of a remodel. The owners decided that if they were going to fix the kitchen, they would achieve all their wants and needs and “do it right.” They wanted a place to eat in the kitchen, a large area to prepare and cook meals and more storage space.
First, the sagging floor required repair and added support. A wall and exterior entrance was then removed, enlarging the kitchen. A new wood floor, flat-panel maple cabinets, quartz countertops, recessed, pendant and undercabinet lighting and wood windows were installed, along with a hand-milled base and casing to match the home’s existing 1920s woodwork.
The new, floor-to-9-foot-ceiling pantry with key drop-in area further enhances the storage and appearance of this vibrant kitchen. These features are accented by a rich paint color, making the newly remodeled space functional and striking.
Key Design Components