Mixed into the fold of photos in yesterday’s Space to Fill post, was this kitchen:
It struck a chord with me, and with loads of you. I got 31 emails, (to date) asking me if I knew who changed into accountable for designing the space. At the time, I did not. The pleasure and fault of sourcing matters from Pinterest is that even as you’re exposed to thousands and thousands of pictures, the beginning of the image may not exist. In fact, inside the case of this kitchen, it was a veritable rabbit hole of pin after pin after pin – none of them main me again to the man or woman answerable for such beauty.
In fact, I wasn’t able to find the designer’s site until I came across the image in a completely different search, and then walked almost backward into their other rooms. The company, Twist Interior Design , is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Owner of Twist, Sandy LaMendola decorated the home that architect Jeff Tritch designed, and builders L.Cramer built in Edina, Minnesota.
In this expanded view you can see more of the kitchen, including the limestone counters on the distressed cherry cabinets, the two cabinetry faced sub zero refrigerators that flank the beautiful custom cabinetry in that gorgeous green. The beams and ceiling timbers are all reclaimed in Minnesota.
These two photos are by Susan Gilmore and were featured in a magazine spread in June/July of 2010 in the Minnesota local, Midwest Home .
Now that I feel like I have credited all involved, I have to say that I am only sorry there aren’t more photos of this lovely kitchen out there. Vignette shots, different angles, etc.. While I’ve looked at each of the designer, builder, photographer, and architect pages for more of this room, it seems to be a bust. There are, however, more photos of the 11,000 square foot house on Sandy’s HOUZZ page, here .