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Continued: Everyday solutions: Built-in furniture and custom cabinetry

  • Article by: LYNN UNDERWOOD , Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 13, 2013 - 2:43 PM

Best part: “It’s nice to be in spaces that are so organized and easy to use,” said Lisa. “It makes me feel more organized than I really am.”

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  • Architect Todd Hansen added bookshelves, built-in desk and china cabinet, with matching cafe doors to the kitchen, to turn this seldom used front room into a combination dining room and office.

  • Everyday Solutions by Todd Hansen, Albertsson Hansen Architecture. Photo by Adan Torres.

  • Clockwise from top:  A space-saving pull-out pantry is hidden inside the casing dividing the kitchen prep and eating areas. The sliding pet gate is built into custom cabinetry.At left:   The before front sitting room and kitchen.

  • CLOCKWISE FROM TOP A space-saving pull-out pantry is hidden inside the casing dividing the kitchen prep and eating areas. The sliding pet gate is built into custom cabinetry.

  • Everyday Solutions by Todd Hansen. Provided by Albertsson Hansen.

  • Everyday Solutions by Todd Hansen. Provided by Albertsson Hansen.

  • The “before” front sitting room and kitchen.

  • Todd Hansen

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