december 12, 2023

Long Lake Project Reveal

We’re thrilled to unveil our latest project nestled within the serene woods of Long Lake, MN. A haven designed for a vibrant, growing family, this residence tells a tale of curated perfection. From the sleek modern touches to cherished antiques this home is poised to host moments of warmth and celebration.

Our clients wanted their space to feel lived in, vintage inspired and layered with details. Take a tour of their renovated home where we did just that!


One of the largest renovations in this home was the kitchen layout. In this space we added a 2nd set of porch doors for added light, and removed the previous soffit for taller ceilings. The introduction of a sizable island and the discreet integration of a concealed coffee cabinet and pantry seamlessly expanded the kitchen, creating an open, inviting atmosphere while maximizing functionality. We had to be strategic about how to best add lighting over the island and went with a linear light that gives the look of multiple fixtures.


The breakfast nook was previously all built-ins, but we revised this design and added in a bench with a custom cushion! Due to the vaulted ceiling above, we had to be mindful of how to add light into the space without disrupting the ceiling design. We decided to add an oversized swing arm light fixture that can be adjusted and act as a sconce when pushed in. The versatile built-in shelves offer a canvas for an ever-evolving narrative, celebrating each season and milestone with personalized flair.


This space was designed with function in mind. The durable antique terracotta stone brings a timeless charm, infusing the space with warmth. Paired with the ample dark olive cabinets, this space exudes a luxurious yet earthy ambiance.


The dining room is guest ready with the addition of the side bar. The addition of a bespoke bar offers a welcoming space for hosting gatherings. Infused with elegance, the design showcases curved cabinet details, reeded door fronts in a striking dark navy and gold hardware for a touch of glamour.


The primary bath also underwent a large renovation with the addition of the tub which makes the space now exude a sense of luxury. We introduced aged brass plumbing that was designed to look beautifully antiqued upon installation and will patina even more over time, giving it a vintage, always there feel.

The shiplap in the powder and guest bath was painted to add warmth and depth to those spaces. Large, statement mirrors were added in each space to add a touch of elegance, blending functionality with an artistic flourish.

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A note from Bria Hammel Interiors: Below are the disclosed sources for our Lake Land 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. Thank you for following along!

Kitchen: Cabinet Paint Color: Stone Hearth by Benjamin Moore | Pendant | Backsplash Tile | Tray on Island | Vase on Island | Arch Board | Crock | Tray | Artwork by Stove | Salt & Pepper Grinders | Pot Filler – To The Trade

Breakfast Nook: Light | Plaid Pillow | Floral Pillow | Bells | Table – existing | Puppy Bookend | Artwork | Candle

Mudroom: Wall Paint Color: Ivory White by Benjamin Moore | Cabinet Paint Color: Dark Olive by Benjamin Moore | Pillow | Basket | Flush Mount – discontinued. Similar Light | Artwork

Dining Room & Bar: Bar Paint Color: Wrought Iron by Benjamin Moore | Wine Glasses | Coupe Glasses | Fruit Art

Primary Bath: Shiplap Paint Color: Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore | Stool | Mirror | Sconce | Makeup Jar

Powder Bath: Cabinet Paint Color: Dark Olive by Benjamin Moore | Mirror | Towel | Soap

Nursery Bath: Wall Paint Color: Café Mocha by Benjamin Moore | Mirror | Artwork | Soap | Tray | Towel | Sconce


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  • Gabriela Berry February 2, 2024, 1:10 am

    This is a very beautiful project. I love the colors, the textures, and the beautiful wood tones Would you be kind enough to tell me which color did you use for the built-ins in the breakfast nock? I have been looking for a white color that is not too white and cold or two beige and yellow. I would love to paint my built-ins; they are pretty large and a big statement peace in my leaving room, but I am afraid to pick the wrong color again. The first time I picked ultra white by Valspar and I am not loving it. It has a cold feeling and lacks the coziness I am looking for. Gabriela B.

    • Bria Hammel Interiors February 5, 2024, 5:46 pm

      Thank you Gabriela! We used Ivory White by Benjamin Moore. It's a beautiful shade!

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