This old house in Minneapolis had a nice enough kitchen that had already been updated a bit, but it was awfully small. Sicora Design created not only a large new Craftsman-style kitchen for their client, but a family room and mudroom, as well. Take a look!
The Kitchen Before:
The View Into the Kitchen Before:
The View Through the Doorway Today:
The New Craftsman-Style Kitchen:
The original 1915 built-in details in the old house inspired the look of the new kitchen.
The custom quartersawn oak woodwork and cabinets are gorgeous!
The New Mudroom Space:
There was a “disjointed” sunroom addition behind the kitchen:
The Old Addition Was Removed:
A New Addition Was Built:
The New Family Room:
They used locally-made hand-molded tile and stained glass panels in the kitchen and family room.
Beautiful! For more photos and information about their work, visit Sicora Design/Build, which is a full-service home remodeling firm in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area of Minnesota (photography credit: Brandon Stengel of Farm Kid Studios).
We see so many white kitchens these days that it’s kind of refreshing to see something different. Years ago I wrote a post called 10 Kitchens That AREN’T White that is currently one of the most popular ones on my blog. That tells me that some people are ready for wood cabinets again! 🙂