Posts Tagged ‘che bella interiors’

Reichert Kitchen

Friday, April 13th, 2018

Concept

This was a remodel on Prior Lake – a very nice couple with 2 small children. The views of the lake are also pretty amazing! They had purchased this home knowing they were going to remodel the kitchen, dining and great room spaces.Floor Plan Houzz (1)

Floor Plan Houzz-Existing (1)

One of the goals was a more open concept for the kitchen into great room space so they could enjoy the spaces while keeping an eye on the little ones. In this kitchen, our clients knew they wanted a walk-in pantry and resource/desk area for storage space. The completed desk area definitely adds something to the kitchen design. We love the addition of grey cabinetry in the corner. We are seeing many families add a desk area to the kitchen for cooking as well. A family computer can be great to have when searching recipes, watching cooking shows, or just binging on Netflix.

Completion

Voila!

Islandview kitchen 3 (2)

Islandview desk corner 2

Here are some of the products used in this kitchen remodel:

Lee barstools & desk chair

Cambria countertops

Rubble Tile backsplash

Surya rug

We hope you enjoyed seeing this space from concept to completion!

Saturday { Subway Tile } Style

Saturday, August 26th, 2017

Subway Tile has gotten really popular within the last few years and it looks like it’s not going anywhere. For some huge interior style inspiration check out all the designs from below that implemented all types of ways to use a subway tile. There isn’t just one way! Enjoy!

Subway Tile 1Subway Tile 2Subway Tile 3Subway Tile 4Subway Tile 5

Sources| 1. Donna Doten Photography | 2. Nystrom Design | 3. Fawn Galli Interiors | 4. Roost Interiors | 5. Alderson Construction | 6. Renewal Design-Build | 7. Milestone Custom Homes

Che Bella Interiors Upcoming Event – Local Artist Showcase

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

On Thursday, April 9th we will be holding a very special event at the Che Bella studio.  We will be featuring a local artist named Annie Young.  You may remember Annie’s “Flower Wash” from Jillian’s recent Five Friday Favorites post, seen here.  Annie is an exceptionally gifted blind artist who paints with her hands.  Her pieces feature a wide-range of styles and colors.  Annie has hundreds of wonderful pieces and we cannot wait to see what she brings along to the event!

Art is one the best ways to add your personal touch to a space and we will be discussing our design tips for choosing and placing art.  We would love for you to join us for this wonderful event! Please RSVP here.

Faith

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