Urban Loft – Storage SolutionsContemporary Kitchen, Minneapolis

Storage Solutions - Your entire cookware collection can be organized in this single pull-out that houses pots and pans in the lower section, and lids above (ROSPD).

“Loft” Living originated in Paris when artists established studios in abandoned warehouses to accommodate the oversized paintings popular at the time. Modern loft environments idealize the characteristics of their early counterparts with high ceilings, exposed beams, open spaces, and vintage flooring or brickwork. Soaring windows frame dramatic city skylines, and interior spaces pack a powerful visual punch with their clean lines and minimalist approach to detail. Dura Supreme cabinetry coordinates perfectly within this design genre with sleek contemporary door styles and equally sleek interiors.

This kitchen features Moda cabinet doors with vertical grain, which gives this kitchen its sleek minimalistic design. Lofted design often starts with a neutral color then uses a mix of raw materials, in this kitchen we’ve mixed in brushed metal throughout using Aluminum Framed doors, stainless steel hardware, stainless steel appliances, and glazed tiles for the backsplash.

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Example of a large trendy l-shaped light wood floor eat-in kitchen design in Minneapolis with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, quartzite countertops, multicolored backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz
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