Orono LakehouseBeach Style Living Room, Minneapolis
The addition of a kitchen with custom shaker-style cabinetry and a large shiplap island is perfect for entertaining and hosting events for family and friends. Quartz counters that mimic the look of marble were chosen for their durability and ease of maintenance. Open shelving with brass sconces above the sink create a focal point for the large open space.
Putting a modern spin on the traditional nautical/coastal theme was a goal. We took the quintessential palette of navy and white and added pops of green, stylish patterns, and unexpected artwork to create a fresh bright space. Grasscloth on the back of the built in bookshelves and console table along with rattan and the bentwood side table add warm texture. Finishes and furnishings were selected with a practicality to fit their lifestyle and the connection to the outdoors. A large sectional along with the custom cocktail table in the living room area provide ample room for game night or a quiet evening watching movies with the kids.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:
A wall of sliding glass doors, not pictured, leads from the kitchen area to the backyard and to the shores of Lake Minnetonka just beyond. Koroloff gave the kitchen area new porcelain tile floors, which are great for wet feet coming in from the lake. The seating area features wool carpeting, which is ideal for when the temperatures drop, though radiant heating keeps both the carpet and tile flooring warm all year long. Shop for porcelain tile
What Houzzers are commenting on:
If I use this scenerio,my book cases would be much narrower and the one on the left might have to be narrower than the one on right??? Entry table would be on far right and space for kitty door, plant and chair on right (so bookcase cannot take up entire corner. Need room for kitty door & tall plant - then chair OR...better still, a small piano at an angle??? A spinet of course.