Living Large

More and more people desire their homes to flex to their needs and life stages, to be thoughtfully organized, and to be customized to how they live. Bigger isn’t always better. For these Richfield homeowners, they sought a compact house that lived big!

Raising A Family & The Roof

Loving Where You Live When you love your neighborhood and your family is growing, sometimes the clear choice is to remodel to enhance the existing footprint rather than move. In this extensive renovation on a 1961 Minneapolis Cape Cod, rearranging the floor plan in the main living area and adding a partial second-story addition makes … Continued

New Kitchen = New Outlook

By rethinking your floor plan, it can turn your kitchen around – and your viewpoint. Our homeowners who love to bake and cook couldn’t deal with the broken appliances, deteriorating cabinets, and awkward layout any longer.  Now, being able to be at the large island overlooking the wetlands and easily hosting family in their brilliant … Continued

Sweet Treat

It’s a sweet treat cooking in this remodeled kitchen! Our client who is also an owner and baker of Sweet Girl Treats is thriving in her new kitchen. The ingredients for a “good recipe” kitchen were a large island, double oven, inviting and warm appeal, and bright lighting.   

Added Attraction

Living in Minnesota, we all know how fickle the weather can be and how limiting a deck can be.  But what if you could have an insulated porch to extend the use throughout the year and still have a deck for those golden Midwest days?  This Chaska family now excitedly proclaims they use this space … Continued

Minnesota Life Is Great

In this neighborhood, backyards flow into each other which encourages interaction like lively baseball games and snowfort building with the neighbors.  Designing to leave the roofline, existing house windows, and kitchenette bumpout intact; the new space fully embraces these elements to create the ultimate retreat and entertainment space. 

The two-sided gas fireplace is definitely the featured attraction – whether inside or outside.  Paned and trimmed windows, batten board ceilings, and luxury vinyl planking add a depth and warmth to the porch.  Maintaining spots for the grill and a table on the deck fulfill the family’s desire for outdoor meals together.  Even better is the deck area is now often shaded by the porch.  Screened windows, ceiling fan, and gas fireplace all provide options to control room temperatures for year-around use.  Minnesota life is good, very good, when you have a porch and deck combination like this to share with friends and family – no matter the weather. 


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