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The flow and workspace are improved significantly. A warm and calming palette of colors makes the kitchen feel bigger and brighter, and the design will stand the test of time!
A family's primary second-floor bathroom is remodeled for more function and designed in an elegant blue, gray, and white design.
Mighty Small Kitchen
A fantastic solution for a small kitchen that was old, outdated, and lacked storage and counter space.
A 1925 four-square home in the Macalester-Groveland neighborhood undergoes a remodel. Installed are blue kitchen cabinets and stainless steel appliances, creating a very handsome kitchen.
Despite the small floor plan, the team skillfully overcame this challenge and fit a separate tub and shower.
Vintage Meets Transitional
A historic Victorian Home in Crocus Hill undergoes a bathroom and laundry room remodel.
An upstairs bathroom layout is expanded and reconfigured, giving this family more space for their bathroom routines.
Although the footprint is the same, it feels like a brand new kitchen. In the room adjacent, a new mudroom for this family of four.
A Bungalow Gem
Knocking down walls and maximizing space in a historical home.
Sunroom Bathroom Mashup
If a sunroom and a bathroom had a baby, this would be it. This bathroom addition with abundant natural light was built around the chimney.
A mid-century modern kitchen design with an emphasis on beauty and functionality.
One Hundred Years New
New arts and crafts home in St. Paul with universal design features + authentic details.
New Space with an Old Soul
Renovation enhances livability but preserves character of 1914 home in St. Paul.
His and Hers Kitchen
He wanted a stainless steel kitchen; she wanted a more traditional style.
Backyard Artist's Studio
Architect-designed ADU in St. Paul with two beautiful fireplaces.
White and Airy Kitchen
The footprint is the same, but the galley-style kitchen layout creates more room for storage and seating.
A Hint of Mint
St. Paul kitchen renovation blends contemporary and traditional design elements, with a pop of surprising color.
Bright and Joyful Kitchen
St. Paul kitchen renovation blends today's functionality with 1915 arts and crafts architectural details.
Goodbye Fireplace, Hello Spacious
What started out as a kitchen and dining room remodeling project turned into bonus space for all three levels of this 1906 home.
Luxurious Edina MN bathroom remodeling project features traditional design elements and architectural vocabulary. Its open floor plan is luxurious and calming.