The remodeling journey for this 1920s Edina home began with a master bath renovation in 2019. The owners were so happy with the results that they began planning another, bigger project — their kitchen and dining room. They envisioned a more open main level and better kitchen space planning.
After remodeling, the two rooms are combined, separated by a peninsula. Blue-green cabinets feel fresh and unexpected. Earthy wood and brick accents bring a warm feel to the home. Eight feet of usable space was created by replacing the bay window with a bump-out.
The project that started it all – the upstairs owners’ bath – remains one of their favorite rooms. A reimagined layout provided space for a double vanity and walk-in shower. “This was truly a joy to see come together, and we could not be happier with the outcome,” said the owners.