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Interior Gallery: Set 48


Photography by Heinz Richter of GMP Photography


HOME LOCATION: Minneapolis, MN 

After Orfield Design

A large amount of work was done to renew the lower level of this 1936 Minneapolis home. Their major reasons for doing this project were to have a family and laundry room that they enjoyed using, have a finished overflow pantry area for their kitchen items one floor above and have storage for their many craft projects.

To achieve this, plumbing pipes were moved into walls, electrical was updated, insulation was added and exterior drainage and HVAC were altered.  Due to the owners’ height, the low ceilings in the basement and a mass of ductwork and pipes, all ceilings and walls were sheet rocked except mechanical ducts and pipes were left exposed and painted. New lighting, Mannington Realistique easy to clean flooring and IKEA cabinets with Nevamar laminate countertops all make this laundry room a pleasant place to be.

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