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Lake Minnetonka Magazine - December 2014

Danberry was featured in the December issue of Lake Minnetonka Magazine

The home’s quaint, farmhouse feel and elegant interior touches are the handiwork of a design and build by the Danberry Building Corp.  We took a Casco Point home and turned it into a quaint farmhouse that the new home owners love. 

Danberry Building Corp, Design, Build, Remodel, Kitchen Remodel, new home design

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Norway Home in Star Tribune

Danberry Building Corp was featured in the Star Tribune!

The story featured a Tonka Bay kitchen makeover inspired by midcentury modern roots.  The Danberry Building Corp worked with interior designer, Traci Dokken, to make the makeover possible!

The home was originally designed and built by architect Jackson Griswold in 1956 on a wooded bluff in Tonka Bay. Griswold raised his family there and stayed until he died in 2008. The architect was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. 

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Building Tips

Get creative with your cabinets
We've seen people being very creative with their cabinets. Don't be afraid to experiment with multiple materials when it comes to your cabinets!  The below photo shows stone, metal and wood.



Danberry Building Corp's Newest Kitchen is Featured in Lake Minnetonka Magazine!

New Kitchens, Minnetonka, Lake Minnetonka, Build

Ever passed a renovation Dumpster and wished you had one in your driveway? That’s what Minnetonka homeowner Cindy Oman wished when her neighbors were remodeling their kitchen. She and her husband would go for walks past the Dumpster in the neighbor’s driveway and wonder if it would ever be the right time to renovate their own 1973 kitchen.

Click here to read the entire article in Lake Minnetonka Magazine!

8 Kitchen Trends From Danberry Building Corp

8 Kitchen trends and thoughts from the Danberry Building Corp

The Danberry Building Corp has seen some trends and common themes for new kitchens today. A major trend in the last 3 or 4 years is designing your kitchen as more of a living space for more than just food. More often than not, it is the place where family and friends congregate, do homework or watch TV. The kitchen is becoming the most used room in the house. With today’s innovative technology Kitchens can look like a living room, appliances can be hard to find because they are well incorporated and blended into the actual cabinetry of the kitchen.

1. Connecting the kitchen with other living spaces
DBC is continuously seeing homeowners wanting to incorporate living spaces within or right beside the kitchen. This allow friends and family to be closely located to the kitchen while food is being prepared and even long after the food dinner has been served and the dishes have been cleaned. This allows families to spend more time together. Open spaces is become a very common theme.


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