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The bachelor’s artwork serves as an exquisite backdrop and color inspiration for this urban Media Room. A contemporary striped carpet is layered with an animal skin rug to create a cozy, yet refined “go-to” space for movie watching.
This Lake Minnetonka guest bedroom features two double beds; perfect for overnight stays by the homeowner's grandchildren. Faux crocodile wallcovering was creatively added to the flat panel door inset.
Golden Palomino granite with an antique finish is the focal point in this richly hued space. Dark stained rift cut oak cabinetry spans the back wall. Faux crocodile wallcovering provides unexpected texture and pattern at the backsplash and at the inset door detail. The wine cellar is completed with distinctive horizontal bottle storage racks.
Grass cloth on the media/guest room walls adds texture and character to the cozy space. Built-ins hide home theater equipment as well as a walk-in armoire. Rustic warm tones compliment the cherry wood adding rich character.
Four “L” shaped cabinet door pulls strategically placed create a stunning design element on this custom walnut vanity. The dramatic green onyx countertop, the exaggerated height of the backsplash and a rectangular vessel sink play on both the horizontal and vertical lines. Interior Designer Brandi Hagen wanted to retain the silhouette and had the custom mirror cut to the width of the backsplash and carried it up to the ceiling. A mosaic-like textured vinyl wallcovering picks up the russet veining in the onyx to tie the elements together in this jewel box Powder Room.
Professionals in Plymouth, MN were thrilled with the quality and service they received from Twin Cities Interior Designer Brandi Hagen. Together, they collaborated to create a master bathroom interior design to match the rest of the newly renovated home.
Sculptural trough style sinks made of Cambria quartz stone marry well with the glass and marble mosaic backsplash. Interior Designer Brandi Hagen opted to use modern glass pendants to add a touch of the unexpected in this serene bath.
Minneapolis Interior Designer Brandi Hagen used contrasting wood tones of light maple and rich walnut in this Master Bath. A warm color of Cambria quartz surrounded the deep soaking tub.