Example of a large transitional medium tone wood floor and brown floor sunroom design in Minneapolis with a stone fireplace, a skylight and a standard fireplace

Modern Twist on Tradition

Transitional Sunroom, Minneapolis

Phillip Mueller Photography, Architect: Sharratt Design Company, Interior Design: Martha O'Hara Interiors
Example of a large transitional medium tone wood floor and brown floor sunroom design in Minneapolis with a stone fireplace, a skylight and a standard fireplace - Houzz

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alexandracarisalexandracaris wrote:January 28, 2014
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    SAVOUR
    5 years ago

    How much does an addition like this run?

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    Kyle Hunt & Partners, Incorporated
    5 years ago

    Thank you for your inquiry. This sunroom was constructed with the rest of the home, not as a separate addition. With regard to determining cost for a project, due to the wide variability of labor and operating costs across the country, it is best to find a reputable local contractor to advise you. NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry or your local Builder's Association) is a good place to start searching for a contractor. Best of luck on your project.


    Kind regards,

    Kyle Hunt & Partners, Inc.

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