Contemporary Retro

Architects: Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Contractor: Streeter & Associates
The homeowners selected Minneapolis Interior Designer, Brandi Hagen to make their interior home design more hip. Originally built in the 1970s, a contemporary retro theme complemented this newly remodeled home. Beautiful, yet practical, the interior design holds up to heavy use among four active boys. The ultra-suede sofa is durable enough to withstand routine scrubbings. Commercial – grade carpets bound into area rugs accommodate high foot and Hot Wheels traffic. Brandi retained neutral tones in the home’s fixtures, with grey walls, warm woods and mellow upholsteries. Colorful accents, including rugs, artwork and pillows jazz up the space white providing far-out focal points. A red birch wall provides separation between the more formal and casual spaces but creatively disguises storage that is found with the touch of a finger.
Hip Living Room
Ideabooks2,328
Questions8
The homeowners selected Minneapolis Interior Designer, Brandi Hagen to make their interior home design more hip. Originally built in the 1970s, a contemporary retro theme complemented this newly remodeled home. Beautiful, yet practical, the interior design holds up to heavy use among four active boys. The ultra-suede sofa is durable enough to withstand routine scrubbings. C...More
“i love the colors and couch” — showard2048
Hip Living Room
Ideabooks1,639
Questions6
The homeowners selected Minneapolis Interior Designer Brandi Hagen to make their interior home design more hip. Originally built in the 1970s, a contemporary retro theme complemented this newly remodeled home. beautiful, yet practical, the interior design holds up to heavy use among four active boys. The ultra-suede sofa is durable enough to withstand routine scrubbings. C...More
“Kates” — Suzanne Kissock
Groovy Dining Room
Ideabooks8,355
Questions10
A starburst mirror hung on the wall is a blast from the past. The groovy accent overlooks a party-sized table created from a single slice of a walnut tree. Minneapolis Interior Designer Brandi Hagen used the tabletop’s “living edge” to create this stunning table which retains the tree’s original shape. No table cloth required; the wood’s sleek finish gets better with age. ...More
“Favorite dining room!” — srobiche
Retro Family Room
Ideabooks2,044
Questions6
Opposite the red birch wall in this Minnesota home, designed by Brandi Hagen of Eminent Interior Design,is a stacked slate fireplace. The natural materials add warmth to the space, despite the room’s high, vaulted ceilings. Floating benches flanking the hearth, accentuates the horizontal line. To read more about this project, click the following link:
“Atmosphere” — manzelle
Retro Family Room
Ideabooks7,776
Questions14
Opposite the red birch wall in this Minnesota interior designed home is a stacked slate fireplace. Floating benches flanking the hearth, accentuates the horizontal line. Minneapolis Interior Designer, Brandi Hagen used natureal materials to add warmth to the space, despite the room’s high, vaulted ceilings. To read more about this project, click the following link: http...More
“fireplace” — morgscraft
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