TreHus worked from photographs of this home dating back to the early 1900's and with the Minneapolis Historic Preservation Commission to ensure that we honored the home's spirit and heritage throughout the project. Old-world craftsmanship and materials such as the tongue-and- groove boards, beadboard accents on the cabinetry, subway tile, carerra marble, and wide plank pine flooring authentically bring back this home's former glory. Photos by Susan Gilmore.
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how do you cover a fridge with beaded board - Is the fridge just built into a cupboard or does this require a special fridge »
The tongue and groove boards on the wall are to die for! I love the effect. What is the treatment? - Did you use a stain? Or pickling? Or whitewash? It makes the kitchen feel warm and cozy. Thank you. »