West Bloomington Kitchen Remodel | Bloomington, MN

The kitchen is such an essential part of your home, and we are beyond grateful that time and time again people hire us to help create dream spaces in their homes where they can make a lifetime of memories. This project was extra special because we got to help create this couple’s beginning, their first home together as husband and wife.

You can find the blog posts sharing all the details of the before, design plans, under construction and the reveal behind this project within those links.

Material Selections:

Countertops | Cambria Quartz, Swanbridge
Cabinetry | cliqstudios, Painted White & Cambridge Style
Flooring | WD Flooring, Aschenbrenner
Backsplash | Moroccan Fish Scale Tile, Mercury Mosaics
Table Chandelier  
Wall Color | Revere Pewter
Sink | Elkay, Quartz Charcoal
Faucet | Elkay Everyday Kitchen Faucet with Pull-Down Spray
Hood | Zephyr Lux Island Hood

the challenge

Our clients brought us into the space right at the purchase of their home. They were wanting an open concept kitchen floor plan but weren’t sure on how to get the look.

The wall that divided the kitchen from the living room also stored cabinets, the fridge and stove. If the wall came down they weren’t sure how to get additional storage and where to put the fridge. Bloomington, MN Kitchen design and remodel | construction2style husband and wife design and remodeling team under construction Bloomington, MN Kitchen design and remodel | construction2style husband and wife design and remodeling team under construction Bloomington, MN Kitchen design and remodel | construction2style husband and wife design and remodeling team Kitchen design planning | Twin Cities home remodelers | construction2style Kitchen design planning | Twin Cities home remodelers | construction2style Kitchen design planning | Twin Cities home remodelers | construction2style

our solution

We recommended putting up a wall where it overlooked down onto the staircase and moving the cabinets and fridge to that wall. And then creating an island and keep the stove within where the wall is. They loved the idea and signed off on the designs and we got to work.