may 20, 2020

Domino Mag. Feature: Ashland Ave. Project Reveal

It’s here, it’s here! We are so excited to finally share our Ashland Ave. Project with you all today. To make this moment even sweeter,, Domino Magazine also revealed the tour of the home (along with a Q&A with Bria and our client!) on their website and you can see the feature here.

Our clients purchased their historic, St. Paul home in 2013 and, as their family grew over the years, they realized it was now time for a renovation. Previously, the spaces on the main floor were blocked off from one another and they wanted their kitchen, breakfast nook, and living room to feel more open to each other.

Above anything else, they also desired their renovated space to feel congruent with their home that built in the 1890’s. The overall aesthetic was relatively minimalistic (but not too modern!) and embraced some of the classic, traditional details that the entire home features.

We collaborated with the Historical Society Association (HSA) during the construction phase to ensure that we were keeping the integrity of the home (which we were more than happy to do!). We also worked with an incredible team of contractors that worked tirelessly to match some of the existing details in the renovation (i.e. molding continuity and wood floor stain matching).

Overall, we love that this renovation felt like an extension of the home and we couldn’t be happier to share it with you all. Have any questions about the project? Leave them for us in the comments below!

Photography: Spacecrafting | Builder: Hyyge Hus

Shop the Look

A note from Bria Hammel Interiors: Below are the disclosed sources for our Ashland Ave. Project! While we understand that our readers love to shop/know the details of our projects please know that not all sources will be shared. To honor and respect our relationships with our clients, items that are custom, one-of-a-kind, or to the trade only will not be revealed. Retail items and/or similar options will be linked above. Thank you for following along!

Kitchen: Paint Color – Southern Vine by Benjamin Moore | Counter Stool | Sconces | Pendants – To the Trade | Matte Gray Vase | Chopping Board | Vintage Mortar and Pestle

Pantry: Brass and Cane Vegetable Basket | Thyme Topiary – Small | Thyme Topiary – Medium | Large Lidded Glass Jar | Small Lidded Glass Jar | Cookbook Stand | Scalloped White Ceramic Vase | Rug – Clients Existing

Mudroom: Tile | Rug | Woven Packpack

Wet Bar: Cutting Board

Breakfast Nook: Chairs – Vintage | Cushion Fabric | Paint Color – Southern Vine by Benjamin Moore | Buffalo Check Pillow | Audrey Pillow in Charcoal | Artwork

Powder Bath: Paint Color – Southern Vine by Benjamin Moore | Faucet | Mirror | Wallpaper | Tile


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  • Kirsten Vakentine November 20, 2020, 11:09 pm

    This is gorgeous!!!!!! I am redoing a 1930 kitchen with wood windows trimmed in old growth doug fir stained this color and have been searching fir a white paint in walls to coordinate. I would LOVE to know this white paint color if possible!

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