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. Photo by Susan Gilmore.
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Who is the manufacturer of the blue hutch? It's perfect...I would love to purchase one »
Can someone please give me info on the red stools? - Would love them for the remodel of our beach house. Have been searching for right one for some time, and I believe this could be it. Anyone able to help me? Please? »
The approach: cottage kitchen elements. Open shelving, freestanding furniture and beadboard help to define kitchens in this style. That holds true in this one, despite the brilliant red stools and the red painted walls in the connecting space.