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Inspiration for a timeless family room remodel in Minneapolis

BrunswickTraditional Family Room, Minneapolis

This larger lot had mature trees, but the house was nothing to get excited about, so we decided to build new. A covered porch and rear patio of the kitchen provide great access areas to entertain guests. The living room has coffered beams and a fireplace with custom Rift Sawn Cabinetry. The kitchen is thoughtfully designed and includes a walk in pantry. The home boasts an attached garage, mudroom, a spa-like master suite and an upper level laundry. This home features an open floor plan you are sure to love. Design & Build By Sicora Photography by Andrea Rugg

Inspiration for a timeless family room remodel in Minneapolis —  Houzz

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rglove01 wrote:Jul 2, 2014
  • davinda
    what is the wall color, i love it
  • Denise Van Hise

    Wish they knew the wall color!!!!!

davinda wrote:Oct 25, 2014
what is the wall color please, so perfect

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    Sicora Design/Build
    Thank you for your question/comment, but we are not able to readily get that info.
  • Jamie Sutton

    What is the paint color? Is it a Sherwin Williams or Benjamin Moore color?

ldolby wrote:Nov 15, 2017
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