Last year, we had the opportunity to work on some pretty beautiful renovation – our Kansas City Project, Marianna Cottage, and Rochester Farmhouse are just some to name a few. Most recently, we completed a charming Minneapolis kitchen renovation that we are so excited to share with you all today!
Our Vincent Ave. project can be described in two words: moody and marble. And it’s pretty clear to see why! We loved the contrast the honed Calcatta marble brought against the dark cabinetry that we decided to cover every inch of the space in it. Because, why not, right?
As cooking enthusiasts, the little ledge resting over our client’s range quickly became the perfect spot for their salt canisters, pepper grinders, and other culinary treasures. We often say that in smaller spaces we like to incorporate as much detail into it as possible and this kitchen is the perfect example of that. From the curved details of the marble backsplash, the enormous windowpane over the sink, to the two-tone cabinetry, this room really packed a punch.
Photography by: Spacecrafting
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Construction Details: Cabinet Paint Color – Graphite by Benjamin Moore | Wall Color – Cloud White by Benjamin Moore | Cabinet Pulls | Cabinet Knobs | Pendant – To the Trade
Accessories: Barstools – Client’s Existing | Copper Tea Kettle | Small Vintage Artwork | Wicker Demijohn | Matte Gray Vase | Glass Canisters with Lid | Large Camel Stripe Bowl | Medium Camel Stripe Bowl | Camel Stripe Pitcher | Wooden Parat | Mortar & Pestal | Bamboo Tray