Over six months, our team collaborated with Heidi Pierce Kitchen Design to refresh this client’s kitchen and main floor powder room. Located on Bald Eagle Lake in White Bear Township, this 1980’s split-level kitchen was dark and hidden. Our goal? Open up the kitchen to the stunning lakeside view! Removing walls to create a flowing floor plan was our first step. Retaining maximum storage space was our secondary concern – this family is busy and enjoys hosting, so we added a fun bar and wine fridge.
One design highlight on this project was the sneaky hidden pantry! Originally housing the laundry room, the clients decided a walk-in pantry was a better use of this kitchen adjacent square footage. Another custom element is the salvaged wood range hood created by local artist, Zach Jeffery of Quartersawn & Steel. The home also features Elkay plumbing fixtures, Cambria countertops, and Sub-Zero and Wolf Appliances.
Above all, it was a pleasure to partner with these easygoing and open-minded homeowners! We loved seeing how wowed and satisfied they were with their newly transformed spaces. Explore more before and after photos from this stunning remodel below!
Excellent service and craftsmanship from the sales room to installation! I put a sizable chip in my counter (opening a wine bottle – oops!) two years after install and Mark called us back immediately to get a fix scheduled within the week. Everyone we’ve worked with cares about what they do and customer service is clearly a top priority.- J. M. Bartels – Twin Cities, MN read more »