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Example of a minimalist open concept living room design in Minneapolis with a wood stove — Houzz

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amcnamer wrote:
Anyone ever figure out what kind of wood stove this is?
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Rick Price

it is a Hwam, not RAIS.

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casaflyr

Yep, looks like hwam.

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ahna1212 wrote:
What type of woodstove is that? - What a beautiful woodstove! Do you know the maker of it or where we might find something similar?
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hazstewart
It may be a Rais, and Danish company that makes beautiful stoves. I think the other popular European company is Wittus.
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Sarah and Kevin Burke
It may be a Hwam Classic
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mleaton wrote:
what is the source for the windows?
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Ajeng A

what material do you use for windows? Is it wood or allumunium with wood finishing paint?

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Holidayhouse wrote:
Love the black leather and wood chair! Where is it from? Thanks.
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Steve Richmond Fine Homes

Looks like an original Stickley Chair. Here is a link to the model they offer now.

http://www.stickley.com/OurProducts_Details.cfm?id=1409&Collection=Mission&cat1=88&view=all&view=complex&finish=

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Barbara Preston wrote:
The cost to design your sunroom - I am in the process of doing a sunroom and I fell in love with yours approximately what is the cost to design a room such as this? I already have the structure. Thanks Barbara
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pumpkinhouse wrote:
What is the indoor/outdoor ceiling material? - Is it suitable for a cold climate?
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darciemorris wrote:
What type of floor is this? Thanks.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Modern Icons: Hans Wegner Chairs
...to living room in this large open space.
Shawn Gauthier added this to Heat Your Space in Style with Today's Wood-Burning Stoves
This image is proof that wood-burning stove can warm up a space both literally and figuratively. Wide-open, clean-lined and contemporary, this living room may feel chilly to some, but the addition of the wood stove adds a sense of coziness.
Shawn Gauthier added this to Mini Guide to Minimalism
Couches are pretty much a go-to piece in a living space, but it’s possible one isn’t necessary for you. If you are planning to use your living area more for social situations than for lounging in front of the television, consider filling it with individual chairs. If your space is coupled with an incredible view like this one, choose chairs in a minimalist style so they don’t detract from it.
John Hill added this to Tracing the Deep Roots of Design
I like the way this horizontal view is broken up by the wood framing, which alternates between large panes and stacked small panes. Note how the large panes approximate a golden section (1 wide by roughly 1.6 tall), a ratio that is roughly repeated in the small panes. Overall, the framing breaks the view into smaller chunks, making the landscape more intimate — fitting, given the proximity of the trees.
Samantha Schoech added this to How to Get That Modern Scandinavian Look
Let the light shine in. Modern Swedish and Danish design is very much about connecting with the outdoors, and the locals are absolute fiends for sunshine (probably because there is so little of it during the long winters). Windows are big and uncovered.Install more windows
Mad About Your House added this to Danish Style Done Right
This wood-burning stove heats an airy room furnished with Wishbone chairs and plain wooden furniture. Nothing detracts from the view outside.Warm up with a wood-burning stove
Jess McBride added this to Healthy Home: A Window to the Soul
A happy balance. Here are windows that frame the view and satisfy both our conscious desire for a completely transparent wall of windows and our subconscious craving for windows that offer a formal transition.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

paigems added this to Porches
wood burning stove on porch like this one
Jennifer Cenedella added this to Folsom St - Living Room/Flex Space
Window layout for back of house

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