On the outskirts of Minneapolis, the capital of Minnesota (near the U.S. Midwestern border with Canada), a couple waiting for a baby fell in love with this 1925 wooden building. The opportunity to live at home is like this Garden In a family environment, the two decided to end the deal.
But even though the former owner renovated the house in the early 2000s, it is still necessary to adapt the environment to the new family. That’s when interior designer Victoria Sauce left the office Prospect Refuge Studio, Entered the scene with the intention of aligning the entire property, giving it a very contemporary and slightly inspired style. Fun (After all, Victoria lived in Copenhagen for a while and had a good understanding of Scandinavian influence).
With 278 m², the property is divided into four levels. The basement is a basement that has a playroom, Laundry And a bathroom. At the street level is the community area of the residence Waiting room, dinner, Kitchen And a pantry – the latter is in a place covered with glass overlooking the garden. Then, a staircase provides access to the second floor, which is the focus Couple room, Oh Baby room There is Guest Gallery. Above, there is a Floor (Common in North American buildings), decorated with a desk, bookshelf and space for meditation.
“To create this most comfortable environment, we chose light colored palettes sprayed with natural tones such as brown and dark green. We also invest in natural materials and textiles such as wood, wool, leather, cotton and linen,” explains Victoria. The designer also points out that the project will last for decades and was created with the family at different times in life. “The owner comments that the house is a real refuge and the decor spreads quietly from the world, and I like that idea,” she agrees.
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