Our clients love their home’s location, a tranquil Minnetonka neighborhood near the highest point in Hennepin County. Built in 1973, the exterior has a contemporary aesthetic, but prior to the remodel the interior layout was more traditional, with each room separated from the next. TreHus opened up the floorplan by connecting the kitchen to the dining room, and infused the home with warm materials like eucalyptus wood cabinets and Brazilian walnut floors. The new layout allows natural light to penetrate deep into the interior of the home, giving it a peaceful, airy aesthetic.
The pantry is connected to the kitchen and provides not only extra general storage, but a large wine rack, an extra sink and dishwasher, and more counterspace for when the main kitchen just isn’t enough for large parties. TreHus built the buffet into a previously unused nook in the dining room. It provides easy access to drinks and formal dinnerware and adds a little extra character to the space. It is built from Eucalyptus wood to match the kitchen cabinets.