Edina Kitchen - Gould Part 1

  • BEFORE- kitchen space

Edina Kitchen Remodel - Gould part 1

This kitchen remodel was a long time coming!

My clients hated the aesthetics when they toured before buying and relocating to Minnesota, but it wasn’t until they moved in and used the space that it was not functional either.

Some of the issues were:

  • Vent hood too far from range so it is not effective

  • Cabinets that were too deep so things got lost

  • Cabinets that are were too close to another, preventing it from opening all the way

  • Subzero fridge worn on the inside and too expensive to fix

Then there was the aesthetics... the dental molding on the crown was just too ornate, then add in the millions, rosettes, and fluting and it was overload. The tile and orange stain just brought it to the level where the clients just could not stand it any longer.

We toyed around with numerous remodeling scenarios for quite some time, but ultimately we knew paint and backsplash would not be enough!

We had used Landmark Remodeling on prior small projects such as a basement floor and powder room remodel so we were set on the contractor!

Aric from Pro Design Custom Cabinetry joined the team and we worked closely from my proposed floor plan to create a space the allowed for more usable counter space, rollout trays, symmetry, and timeless cabinetry styling.

Before Pictures:


-updated white cabinets

-light solid surface counters

-pretty back splash

-new fridge/microwave/dishwasher

-remove two tier in peninsula

-remove built in bench adjacent to kitchen

-transitional style


-remove island

-cabinets with better function and layout

-use current range to save money

Custom Cabinet Plan:

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Custom Cabinetry | Pinnacle Interior Designs
Custom Cabinetry | Pinnacle Interior Designs
  • Leather finish light granite with an artisan feel tile

  • Hardware options presented

TUNE IN NEXT WEEK FOR PART 2: Remodeling during a pandemic

Thank you for joining in and reading! I hope you got an insight into what we do, who we work with, the reality behind making old spaces new, and how awesome are clients are!

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Jeanna Letzring, Owner/Interior Designer

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