Modern Farmhouse Primary Suite Reveal
We have come to the grand finale of the Drew Ave project reveal; a modern farmhouse primary suite reveal. The original floor plan had all three bedrooms crammed onto the main floor with the kitchen, living room, and one bathroom for six people. Adding a true primary suite with a spacious bedroom, walk-in closet, and bathroom for these deserving parents was a must-have on the new floor plan.
To recap the Drew Ave project, the home started as a humble rambler-style home in Edina. The home is in a perfect location, close to the 50th and France shopping area but didn’t function right for this family. Our team took demo down to the foundation to reinvent the entire main floor plan layout and add a full second story was added on top, essentially becoming a new construction home.
This project was slated to be a Dream Home during the Remodeler’s Showcase of Spring 2020’s Parade of Homes. We were excited to share the transformation with the community and potential clients. Unfortunately, the Parade was canceled due to the pandemic. It was disappointing, but it was more important that the home was completed before Minnesota’s Stay Home order was placed.
Now the two-story home’s open main floor is dedicated to spaces for the family to be together. A welcoming living room off the entryway with craftsman built-ins and an arched fireplace to set the tone for the home. The airy dining room with gorgeous black grid French doors lead onto the front porch. The kitchen features a statement mantle range hood and a wall of Marvin windows. Natural light was a top priority design goal for the new home and the black windows were one of the first selections. The main floor wraps up with a tactful mudroom/laundry room and a moody powder bathroom.
The new second story of the home has three kids’ bedrooms and a shared bathroom. The bathroom was purposefully designed to make mornings easier and selections playful. The master suite wraps up the project reveal series.
These busy homeowners now have an oasis all their own, a master retreat filled with sunlight, vaulted ceilings, and privacy. The walk-in closet provides ample storage, preserving space in the bedroom for no need for additional dressers. The room is kept light and airy with the vaulted ceiling and purposeful ceiling fan.
Behind a custom, chevron track door in the Jkath cabinet shop in the master bedroom is a neutral retreat. The double vanity, also made in our cabinet shop, is in a breathable light color, Benjamin Moore Gray Huskie, and contrasted with brass finishes.
We utilized Jeffrey Court’s Home Depot line for the master bathroom. The large format porcelain hexagon tiles pay homage to the design of white and gray marble we all love. In the massive shower, behind the beautiful black framed door, windmill black floor tile and 4×12 white subway tile walls are clean and timeless. The single handle Kraus Indy faucets in matte black provide contrast to the white, gray, and brass finishes and complement the black grid windows.
Live In The Details®
Wall, Trim, Casing Paint: Benjamin Moore Simply White
Ceiling Fan: Foundstone Paige 60″ 3 Blade LED light and fan
Carpeting: Tigressa Pippin Style City Scape
Track Door: Jkath Cabinet Shop
Vanity: Jkath Cabinet Shop
Vanity Paint: Benjamin Moore Gray Huskie
Track Door Paint: Benjamin Moore Gray Huskie
Vanity Sconces: Triple Seven Home Olive Sconce (discontinued)
Vanity Mirrors: Yaquina Rounded Rectangle Pivot Mirror in Aged Brass
Vanity Pulls: Talbot Pull in Satin Brass
Vanity Knobs: Riverwood Knob in Satin Brass
Vanity Countertop: Hanstone Yorkville
Sink Faucet: Kraus Indy Single Handle Faucet in Matte Black
Wash Basin: Kraus Natura 21″ Undermount Sink
Floor Tile: Jeffrey Court Statuary Path White
Shower Floor Tile: Jeffrey Court Windmill Black
Shower Wall Tile: Jeffrey Court 4×12 Fresh White Field Tile
Shower System: Delta Trinsic in Matte Black
Shower Rain Head: Delta Multifunction Shower Head in Matte Black
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This project was quite the journey to finish. It was a big one and we’re so grateful these homeowners trusted us to build their dream home and that they’re not living in it during these uncertain times when “home” has become even more important. We’re confident they’re going to love it for many years to come.
Katie Wick + Jkath Team
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