This French-Burgundian Tudor has been beautifully renovated. Charlie & Co. designNestled in the Kings Maplewood section of Saint Paul, Minnesota. This charming 1920s residence is peaceful, eclectic, and invigorating, optimizing its original architectural features, as well as the furniture and treasures of a creative couple. In this inviting home, you'll find a mix of contrasting color palettes, a mix of furniture and art styles, and details from the period to create a home that conveys the owner's love of design.
Project team: Architect: Charlie & Co. Design | General contractor: John Kraemer and his sons | Interior design: Twist Interior Design | Landscaping: TOPO, llc.
What we love: This French Burgundy Tudor-style house offers a dramatic renovation of the architecture with modernized facilities. This whole house has an inviting feeling thanks to the versatile style and the personal touch. We particularly like the finished cellar, which has been converted into a Scottish pub. We can imagine how much fun it would be to collect it with your family and friends.
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above: Original doors, windows and architectural features support the elegant and calm color palette of the interior.
above: The fantastic original architecture made it possible to overlay unique and valuable collections.
above: With a collection of versatile art and furniture, this living room feels appropriate for the time and at the same time maintains a light and airy look.
above: In this four-season veranda, the structured ceiling cladding, the bold walls and the patterned sofa ensure that this living environment feels kind but simple. An idyllic area to enjoy indolent days or fun guests.
above: Floor-to-ceiling windows and a reflective ceiling make this room shine in this formal dining room. Owners of the Asian-inspired art and ceramics collection decorate this room and create a subtle exotic effect.
above: The kitchen was one of the few rooms in this house that had to be completely renovated. The area was opened to allow natural light to pass through various viewpoints. The cladding and design are solid and quiet and compatible with the rest of the apartment.
above: This bedroom, a dark and quiet area with the most elegant senses, is a study of wealthy and elegant textile, lighting and layered art.
above: In the basement, the project team turned this room into a Scottish pub with eclectic family heirlooms and tartans with random antiques. The host's legacy is proudly displayed in this frequently used space.
Photos: Corey Gaffer / Gaffer Photography
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