Spring 2015 Remodelers ShowcaseTransitional Kitchen, Minneapolis

Eden Prairie MN kitchen featured in BATC Parade of Homes spring 2015 Remodelers Showcase tour.

Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional u-shaped dark wood floor eat-in kitchen remodel in Minneapolis with a single-bowl sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, granite countertops, gray backsplash, subway tile backsplash, paneled appliances and a peninsula —  Houzz
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jferrycapecod wrote:Nov 10, 2017
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    Knight Construction Design Inc.

    These bar stools are from Pottery Barn but I am not sure if they are still available. We have had them for awhile. Thank you!

rgailnielsen wrote:Nov 7, 2015
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    Shaw Floors

    Unfortunately, we can’t confirm the flooring style shown
    here, but we wanted to provide you with information on solid hardwood to help
    you determine if it’s a fit for your home. It’s difficult to answer if solid
    hardwood is “better” because it depends on the location in your home (on grade,
    above grade or below grade) and your home’s subfloors as well as your

    Traditional solid hardwood flooring is not well-suited for
    below-grade installations, like a basement or sunken living room, because of
    the possibility of moisture issues. The construction of an engineered hardwood
    gives it enhanced structural stability that allows it to be installed at any
    grade level when a moisture barrier is used during installation.

    Solid wood flooring or engineered flooring may be used over
    plywood, existing wood floors, or OSB (oriented strand board) subfloors. Solid
    wood flooring is not recommended for use over concrete.

    Additionally, if you have kids and pets, engineered hardwood
    might be worth exploring as its core is harder and denser, meaning its more
    durable against your home’s wear and tear.

    We’re happy to answer any questions about your space or your hardwood
    flooring plans
    . We hope this information was helpful.

Lisa Jones wrote:Sep 5, 2015
Donna Barnette wrote:Sep 3, 2015
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    k_mludwar wrote:Aug 18, 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Jeannie Matteucci added this to Small Kitchen Gets a Fresher Look and Better FunctionJul 23, 2015

      The Jacobsons felt the color of their previous kitchen had to change. “Sometimes beige can suck the life and light out of a room,” Peck says. A warm gray palette in soft tones created a more classic look. Venetian Wave granite in a mostly light honey color with amber, black and cream flecks offers lots of movement and visual interest. “We just wanted something that would be durable and not stain like other materials would,” Jacobson says. “When we picked the color, I knew I wanted white cabinets and a dark floor, and this was the perfect complement.”Taupe ceramic subway tiles were chosen for the main backsplash to not compete with the countertops. A rich red oak floor with a custom ebony and dark walnut stain replaced the aging linoleum.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      erin CORN added this to My ideasAug 3, 2019

      love the subway tile, the cabinets are exactly what we want (shaker, all the way to ceiling), like the hardware, like the countertops.

      t2lars added this to Kitchen thoughtsAug 3, 2019

      The soffit against the cabinet on left

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