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Kellogg Road Residence Transitional Entry, Minneapolis

Interior Design by Martha O'Hara Interiors; Build by REFINED, LLC; Photography by Troy Thies Photography; Styling by Shannon Gale
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Inspiration for a transitional gray floor mudroom remodel in Minneapolis with blue walls — Houzz

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lizziebethtx wrote:
I love this soft turquoise color. Would you mind sharing the name and maker? thanks so much.
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Penelope - We love how active the Houzz community is, and love being a part of all these discussions! The color on the cabinets is NOT Iced Green (that must have been someone else's guess). The actual color is Benjamin Moore - Forget Me Not.

Karen - That rug came through our showroom. You can contact us directly for details. Thanks!

Martha O'Hara Interiors
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penelopesdreamydesigns
OOOPS! So Very Sorry Martha, I got the pages mixed up, the iced green was on a page by the decorologist, it seemed very similar to your color, decorologist said on her blog it was iced green, I meant the reply for storklady because she had a difficult time receiving an answer, I apologize for submitting on your page by mistake. Don't know how I did that! Once again I'm sorry! I will be more careful in the future : )
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llstarz7 wrote:
Where did you get the rug? - I LOVE IT! I have ivory cabinets and my floor is ivory. I would like to add some color? What color rug do you suggest while staying in this color palette? Thank you!!!
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Millicent Williams
I'd like to know what store the rug came from also
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That rug came through our showroom. You can contact us directly for details. Thanks!

Martha O'Hara Interiors
design@oharainteriors.com
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redfishbluefish123 wrote:
What kind of tile in the mudroom?
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redfishbluefish123
So sorry, I just noticed your answer on another page!
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Thank you for your inquiry! The flooring is a ceramic tile. You should be able to find something like this at a local tile showroom.

Best!

Martha O'Hara Interiors
oharainteriors.com
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christinesharon wrote:
Door - Where did you get the 5 panel doors?
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Thanks for the question christinesharon! These doors were custom made for this home through the builder. For more information, feel free to contact the builder and we're sure they would love to help you!

Best,

Martha O'Hara Interiors

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sadie1248 wrote:
Cushions? - I love the grey and white cushions! Please tell where you got them! :)
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Hello sadie1248,

Thank you for your question! The pillows were custom made and available through Martha O'Hara Interiors. For more information, including availability and pricing, please contact us directly at design@oharainteriors.com. Thanks!

Best of luck,

- Martha O'Hara Interiors
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cconroyryan wrote:
Wallpaper? - Manufacturer and book please?
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This Osbourne & Little wallpaper is available through Martha O'Hara Interiors. Contact us at design@oharainteriors.com for pricing. Thanks!
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irishms wrote:
What paint do you use for cabinets
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Thank you for your inquiry! The paint color is Benjamin Moore Forget Me Not 2049-60.

Best of luck!

Martha O'Hara Interiors
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ideamachine wrote:
Hello can you please tell me what brand the mud room hooks ?
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Hi ideamachine!

Thank you for your inquiry! The hooks were purchased through nob hill, a local hardware show room. Here is their contact info http://www.nobhillhardware.com/.

Best of luck!

Martha O'Hara Interiors
oharainteriors.com
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katyknelson wrote:
Kitchen floors - What type of flooring is this?
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Hi katyknelson!

Thank you for your inquiry. This is a ceramic tile floor. There are tons of options when it comes to ceramic tiles. Your local showroom should be able to help you find something like this for your home!

Best of luck,

Martha O'Hara Interiors
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