Knocking down walls to create this open concept kitchen in Bayport, Minnesota was the perfect floorplan to cater to a modern kitchen with clean lines. We chose custom “Dune” and “Indigo” colored cabinets while mixing and matching slab doors and five-piece shaker door fronts. The minimalist finger pulls almost disappear into the oversized island and perimeter lower cabinet doors and drawers. Mixing and matching the two cabinet styles created an interesting perspective of modern with the warmth of the natural wood. A matching boot bench used the same wood tones as the cabinets.
We wanted to carry it one step further by creating custom slat paneling for the ceiling above the island as well as the backdrop and ceiling of the boot bench. This custom millwork by our carpenters was such a fun way to integrate even more of the indigo color. Feminine pale pink walls in “Abalone Shell” were a great way to grow the brown undertones of the cabinets. Cambria countertops with square edges and a beautiful undermount sink with industrial faucet balanced form with function. This remodeled space is now the “wow” when you walk through the front doors. Our clients had a vision of what they wanted and through some fantastic collaboration we were able to hit the mark!
Use the slider bar to see a before and after transformation of this basement remodel.