Category Professional Interior Designer Dakota County MN

Just A Little Elbow Grease

Professional Interior Designer Kitchen Makeover Twin Cities MN

These photos represent a different kind of kitchen make-over.  One that required a smaller budget, a fair amount of elbow grease, and some time and consideration on the homeowner’s part. All of that made an enormous difference in their kitchen and their home!

This is a town home in Burnsville that needed some sprucing up with a lower budget. The ho...

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The Remodel Process – Before & After

Professional Living Area Den Interior Designer Twin Cities MN

Interior Remodel & Design

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Professional Interior Designer Dakota County MN

Twin Cities MN Residential Interior Design Laurie McDowell

Twin Cities MN Residential Interior Design

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Kitchens

Twin Cities MN Interior Kitchen Design

Kitchen Interior Design

I believe the kitchen is the heart of the home.  Not only is it the place to prepare and cook meals but often serves as the crossroads for family activity.  My job is to balance the aesthetic appeal with excellent function.  That is always a challenge and a delight.

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Bedrooms

Minnesota Professional Interior Designer

Bedroom Interior Design

Our bedrooms are our refuge.  They are the most personal of rooms.  My goal is to help you create the room that looks and feels the way you desire your bedroom to be.

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Bathrooms

Twin Cities MN Interior Bathroom Design

Bathroom Interior Design

There are rooms in a home that give you some extra liberty to be colorful and more daring.  I believe these are the bathrooms.  They are small rooms with multiple uses.  Combining a livelier look with great utilization of space is a challenge I love!

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Living Areas

Twin Cities MN Interior Living Room Design

Living Rooms and Living Spaces Interior Design

The living room is a very social gathering place whether with family or friends. First, the appearance of this room should be very pleasing to your eyes. It should be very comfortable and meet the needs of how you plan to use the room. An important question to be answered is: Does this room reflect who you are? It should reflect you and not your designer.

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