After living in their house for decades, these homeowners wanted to give their home a new look and layout with more gathering spaces.
Built in the 1950s, this rambler in Edina had a typical mid-century look. The new design amplifies the home’s defining features: clean lines and plenty of windows. Removing the wall between the kitchen and dining room connects the entire space visually and socially. Without the wall, light can circulate throughout the kitchen and living room all day long.
Modern light fixtures, stainless cabinet hardware, and sleek gray walls emphasize simplicity and enhance the openness of the space. A new banquette adds seating in the kitchen, while a built-in desk bridges the space between the living area and kitchen.