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Dreamy Tudor home highlights modern yet inviting interiors in Minnesota

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This modern Tudor home was designed by David Charlez Designs in collaboration with Bria Hammel Interiors, located in Lakeville, Minnesota. A new design style inspired by clean lines, a simple roof, yet an eye catching window tower on the left. A truly dreamy look.

The exterior materials are a combination of composite panels, smooth Hardie panel, Hardie lap siding, and brick. Continue below to see the interior of this breathtaking home…

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECT David Charlez Designs BUILDER SD Custom Homes INTERIOR DESIGNER Bria Hammel Interiors

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What We Love: This modern Tudor home features bright and airy living spaces that have been stylishly designed for family living and entertaining. We are loving all the attention to detail throughout this home, from the statement staircase to the pocket office in the pantry that can be closed off for privacy. The sunroom is also a beautiful feature in this home, an idyllic space to enjoy during the long midwestern winters.

Tell Us: What details in the design of this home did you find most inspiring and what would you change if this were your home? Let us know in the Comments below!

Note: Take a look at a couple of other fabulous home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this home, David Charlez Designs: Tour an American cottage style home with gorgeous details in the Midwest and Stunning lakeside dream house in Minnesota is built for entertaining.

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Above: In the entry foyer of this modern Tudor home, an obscure glass wall allows natural light to flood into the kitchen and great room. The wall doubles as a privacy feature from the foyer.

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Above: This office showcases detail wood work including dental molding, built-in cabinetry, a window seat, and bookcases. The large windows gives this masculine space added energy with natural light.

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Above: The ten foot ceilings in this sunroom call for windows with transom windows above to maximize light in this gorgeous room.

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Above: The kitchen island features a waterfall edge to give a modern look. Another key feature to the space are the pocket doors which close off the prep kitchen and mud room – keeping “the mess” behind closed doors.

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Above: The pocket office is combined with the pantry, located behind the kitchen. A pocket door can close off the action when privacy is needed.

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Above: The prep kitchen secretly doubles as a pocket office — a space which often many productive hours are spent in.

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Above: The refrigerator and freezer are hidden by paneled doors. The centered wine rack glass matches the obscure foyer privacy wall to the right.

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Above: This home design incorporates an open feel with comfortable proximity between the kitchen, great room, and dining room. Overall the layout facilitates a smooth transition between spaces for entertaining.

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Above: In the great room, beautiful corner windows are designed not to have window trim, or casing around, giving this transitional design a clean, modern feel. Above the fireplace is The Frame TV by Samsung.

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Above: This mudroom has offers an abundance of features. The well thought out built-ins offer all the amenities: a bench, lockers, cubbies, drop zone, mail sorting station, recycling center and transom windows to give this working space a warming vibe.

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Above: The exquisite statement staircase windows flood light into the upper and main levels of the home. This stair configuration is a U shape with a closed tread.

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Above: In the master bedroom, the vaulted ceiling are almost fourteen feet to the peak! Vaults are a stunning feature and an easy way to make the master suite feel grand and special.

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Above: This oversized mater bathroom features a “Wet Room” where both the soaking tub and shower are enclosed by glass shower doors. The transom windows in the wet room add natural light to this room. 

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Above: The master bath features a very unique “wet room” which combines the dual shower with space for a relaxing bath. When the glass door is closed, the steam of the showers creates the perfect atmosphere for unwinding after a long day.

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Above: This spacious laundry room boasts ample cabinet space and a fold-out wall drying rack for everyday laundry.

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Above: This multi-purpose loft space features windows on three sides for great natural lighting. The built-in cabinets are custom designed with bookcases, lower cabinetry, and a cozy window seat. This space is the perfect homework hangout!

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Above: This gentle ceiling slope shows that it doesn’t get in the way of the aesthetic appeal of the room. The eleven foot ceiling hosts tall windows in this lovely bedroom. 

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Above: From this vantage point, one can view the corner windows of the sunroom and the glass tower of windows that features the statement staircase. The exterior materials include composite panel, smooth Hardie panel, and brick.

Photos: Spacecrafting Photography

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Douglas C Rapé
8 days ago

A real trend in white interiors, white exteriors, white furniture. Come back in two years and bring a professional cleaning team, paint crew and re do the furniture. While marble kitchen counter top will not survive contact with reality.