ABOUT THIS PROJECT
South Minneapolis Kitchen Remodel This client’s first priority for their early-1900s home was to replace a botched 1970s kitchen remodel whose compartmentalized dining space restricted entertainment possibilities. A bearing wall was removed and the hallway was widened to accommodate a rear entryway and main-level bath. The three-foot-wide window allows natural light to enter the formerly dim space and open up the kitchen/dining environment. Beautiful natural cherry craftsman-style cabinetry hearkened back to the era when this home was built. Granite countertops with exquisite subway and glass-inlay tile backsplash accent the beautiful remodel.
Features User-friendly full-extension drawers and rollout accessories. Custom cherry cabinetry, natural granite countertops, porcelain and colorful glass-tile backsplashes, and seamlessly blended oak flooring.