When Britt and Mike decided to expand and remodel their 2,000 square foot rambler in the Nokomis neighborhood, they wanted a home that would reflect their own shared history and family interests.
They hired Revolution Design and Build to take their cozy rambler to the next level – A whole-house remodel that transformed the entire home into a modern beauty with rustic highlights and an upper level addition, including a cedar-sided “tower” element.
Revolution Design and Build began the remodel in July and, staying on time and budget, completed the project in November. The family couldn’t be happier.
The home is electronically smart and the family’s personal details shine throughout. The result is a sunlit, modern, straight lined design that shows off soaring heights, and reclaimed barn wood that they salvaged from a family-owned barn.
Mike’s home office has been relocated from the basement to a sunny upper story room, entered via a secret bookcase door. “I couldn’t resist,” said Mike.
Since this family likes to cook, a sparkling new kitchen is everything they wanted, with ample cooking, prep and storage space, and a peninsula island that extends into the living and dining area.
One well-loved element of their home hasn’t changed, however! The family’s chicken coop, with gently clucking residents, still offers fresh eggs every morning.
Visit this home on the Spring Remodelers Showcase, #43