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Remarkable renovation of a classic French-Burgundy Tudor in Minnesota

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This French-Burgundy Tudor has been beautifully renovated by Charlie & Co. Design, nestled in the Kings-Maplewood section of Saint Paul, Minnesota. Peaceful, eclectic and revived, this fascinating 1920’s dwelling optimizes original architectural features and a creative couple’s furnishings and treasures. Inside this inviting home, you will find a blend of contrasting color pallets, a mixture of furniture and art styles, and period detailing to create a home that conveys the homeowners’ love of design.

Project Team: Architect: Charlie & Co. Design | General Contractor: John Kraemer & Sons | Interior Design: Twist Interior Design | Landscape Design: TOPO, llc.

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What We Love: This French Burgundy Tudor style home features a stunning renovation of preserved architecture with updated amenities. Throughout this home, there is an inviting feel courtesy of eclectic styling and personal touches. We are especially loving the finished basement that was transformed into a Scottish Pub. We can imagine what a fantastic entertaining space this would be to gather with family and friends.

Tell Us: What do you think of this style of architecture? If this was your home, are there any details in the design that you would have done differently? Please share your thoughts in the Comments!

Note: Have a look at a couple of our most popular home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this project, Charlie & Co. Design: Cozy rustic bunkhouse getaway in Northern Wisconsin and Modern Mediterranean home on the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River.

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Above: Original doors, windows, and architectural features support the gracious and quiet nature of the interior color palette.

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Above: The fantastic original architecture allowed for the layering of unique and treasured collections.

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Above: A curated collection of eclectic art and furnishings makes this living room feel period-appropriate, all while maintaining a bright and airy appearance.

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Above: In this four-season porch, a textured ceiling finish, bold walls, and a patterned sofa make this living environment feel beautiful yet simple. An idyllic space to enjoy lazy days or entertaining guests.

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Above: In this formal dining room, floor-to-ceiling windows and a reflective ceiling make this space glow. The owners collection of Asian-inspired art and pottery adorns this space, lending a subtle exotic influence.

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Above: The kitchen was one of the few spaces in this home that required a complete renovation. The area was opened up to enable natural light to penetrate from several vantage points without obstruction. The finishes and design are solid and quiet in keeping with the rest of the dwelling.

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Above: A dark and quiet space in the most elegant of senses, this bedroom is a study in the art of layering rich and elegant textiles, lighting and art.

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Above: On the basement level, the project team transformed this space into a Scottish pub featuring an eclectic mix of family heirlooms and tartans with random antique store finds. The homeowner’s heritage is proudly on display in this frequently used room.

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Photos: Corey Gaffer / Gaffer Photography

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Erin
5 months ago

Wow, that was a fun tour. I love it, and I’m glad they left the old charm of the home, and decorated it to feel like old Europe, like stepping back in time.