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Cape Cod Place (Minnetonka) - Part 2
As with all other remodels during Covid, delays effected this project. We had to wait months after it was 90% done before we could schedule the photoshoot day.
I was so excited when they let me know the vent hood, below counter beverage fridge, and island pendants had arrived and been installed!
I was worried that it would already have some wear and tear...which is realistic. People use their kitchens, right??
It was also just good to see our clients again. To catch up, to reflect back, and to revel in the end result, which we were all so proud and happy with.
The backsplash- I had proposed a couple ideas, with one being the front runner for me. I try not to push my favorites on clients, but this time I did! I thought that the textural stone in such a fun pattern would make the space so fun, different, and make them happy in the long run.
Since we were doing a bold red on the island, they were hesitant that it would just be too much. I wore them down... (insert evil laugh) and they decided why not?
Another important and impactful change was staining the wood floors a richer, darker brown to really contrast the cabinetry and warm things up.
Lastly, the sink... they loved the idea of something different, but a white, farmhouse sink was not their vibe. They wanted a fun, transitional, warm style, NOT farmhouse at all. So, we went with a stainless steel apron sink.
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