This home finally got the right homeowners. For decades, this amazing mid-century house went through countless awkward remodels. Then, the couple it had been waiting for purchased it and decided to gut the interior to restore it to what it always should have remained. Walnut floating shelves compliment the walnut fireplace surround while extremely light grey walls and a dramatic BOVER light fixture add a subtle moodiness for quiet cocktailing while looking at the river after a long day of work.
New Tangletown residents fell in love with their bungalow perched atop a hill. In order to make it their own they added a main floor powder bath and expanded the galley kitchen filling their design with updated, yet classic craftsman finishes.
A historical loft in the mill district that just so happens to come with an unassuming basement, transforms into an exclusive speakeasy just in time for the new stadium.
South minneapolis has a rich tradition of community. the backyard of this kingfield bungalow mixes traditional materials with clean lines, giving neighbors and friends an alternative place to get to know each other and relax when they need a more intimate setting than the abundance of delicious family run restaurants in the neighborhood.
Two distinct patios allow for an evening of entertaining to flow from lounging around the pre-way to a more formal dining area and bar. aspen trees and boxwood hedges line the perimeter of the property, mirroring the modern fence design, but adding a softer energy to the space generating a healthy and warm atmosphere ideal for laughter and bonding any time of day.
A 1922 bungalow with a storied past needed a facelift for its modern and artistic new owners. glossy trim and white washed floors enhanced the original character while leaving the home understated enough to house their contemporary art collection.
Natural and raw materials are integrated into a traditional suburban home using crisp lines in a functional, family-friendly way. these materials include a concrete fireplace surround, hand-scraped wide plank flooring, hand hewn floating shelves, Cambria with a chiseled edge, concrete counter tops and stylish ceiling detail take a standard McMansion and turn it into a home with an identity.
It is official, children in South Minneapolis are above the classic aquarium bathroom. this urban three year old who may live on the creek, but doesn't want fish on his walls, decided that the bright colors and animals that he has seen so many times were not for him. he went with patterns + textures on the floors + walls of his bathroom so as to allow him to enjoy the space, while not offending his guests.
"Master Baths" in historic homes rarely meet the needs of modern dwellers. This Master Bath on Minnehaha Parkway left little to be desired for the new homeowners after leaving a newly renovated body-jet shower in their Warehouse District condo. classic meets modern creativity in this pattern-filled B&W bath after a complete overhaul and gut of the existing space.
South Minneapolis Bungalows are adorable, but the main floor bedrooms leave very little to be desired. Much needed headroom was created by adding a 20' dormer to the left half of the house and plumbing was added to the attic to create a spa-like master bath. Keeping it bright was key due to the low ceilings so a Nordic all white look makes the vintage mid-century lighting throughout the space pop.