Qualified Remodeler Magazine

JUN 2019

Qualified Remodeler helps independent remodeling firms to survive, become more professional and more profitable by providing must-have business information, namely best business practices, new product information and timely design ideas.

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THE owners of a traditional-style home in St. Paul, Minnesota, adore their house, but they did not care for its interior design. Built in 1909, the residence had largely been preserved over the years other than a kitchen that underwent an ill-advised remodel in the 1990s. Pickled bleach cabinetry and a dark, cramped layout inhibited the active family of five and compelled them to seek a resolution. "Everything else in the house had been kept really well," says Gina Vozka, architect for TreHus, a design and remodeling company in Minneapolis. "The dining room was the original hardwood, [and] the stonework on the fireplace in the living room was the same as it had been when it was built. Everything was very traditional—and that was just a jarring [renovation] when they did it." Interior Motive TreHus modernizes an existing floor plan to rejuvenate its uninviting kitchen and create a spacious mudroom for an active family of five. by Kyle Clapham DESIGN SOLUTIONS 20 June 2019 QualifiedRemodeler.com

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