Charlie & Co. Design in collaboration with Streeter Custom Builder has designed this beautiful Swedish-inspired country house in the countryside of Minnesota. Created for a young family relocating to Minnesota, the project team worked together to devise a work and inviting home for this family to enjoy for years to come.
This residence provides a combination of bold architectural detailing with Scandinavian restraint. A smooth white stucco exterior anchors this modern cottage to the surrounding countryside while reclaimed timber and stone details add layers of texture. Continue below to see the rest of this sensational home…
DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Charlie & Co. Design GENERAL CONTRACTOR Streeter Custom Builder INTERIOR DESIGN Engler Studio LANDSCAPE DESIGN Topo, llc.
What We Love: This Swedish-inspired country house provides a family with elegance and comfort throughout. Set in a picturesque countryside setting, the exterior facade of this home has gorgeous curb appeal. Step inside to find stunning light fixtures and bright and airy interior spaces courtesy of Marvin windows and doors. Overall, the project team did a fabulous job of creating a comfortable yet stylish home that invites nature inside at every turn.
Tell Us: What are your favorite design features in this dwelling? Is there anything you would change if this were your own home? Let us know in the Comments below, we enjoy reading your feedback!
Note: Be sure to check out a few other spectacular home tours we have showcased here on One Kindesign in Minnesota: A Nantucket coastal style retreat with breathtaking Lake Minnetonka views and Charming shingle style lake house designed for family living in Minnesota.
Above: The exquisite light fixture in the home’s foyer was sourced from Apparatus Studio.
Above: Spare, clean, and charmingly sweet. The contrasting styles of this Swedish cottage kitchen are aesthetically beautiful.
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