So thrilled to have been awarded the Regional Chrysalis Award in the Specialty category for MA Peterson's Plymouth wine cellar.
“MA Peterson has repeatedly won awards in highly competitive categories, which demonstrates their ongoing commitment to excellence,” says Ken Kanline, Director of the Awards.
We were fortunate enough to have had Houzz pick one of our project photos for an article! Click the image below to read the Houzz's article on 10 Ways to Bring Color Into Your Laundry Room.
Interior Designer: BeDe Design / Photographer: Susan Gilmore Photography
The MA Peterson team joined forces with Feed My Starving Children to help box meals. We helped make an impact with the night’s box total at 830 boxes, which translates to approximately 490 children having one of these meals each day for a year.
Thrilled to have been chosen by Spaces Twin Cities magazine to have our lower level remodel be a highlight! Click on the cover image below to see the full article.
We are thrilled to receive not one, but TWO Best of Houzz awards for 2017!
We were awarded Best of Houzz 2017 for SERVICE. Customer Service honors are based on several factors, including the number and quality of recent client reviews.
We were also awarded Best of Houzz 2017 for DESIGN. Design award winners’ work was the most popular among the more than 40 million monthly users on Houzz.
Thank you to those near and far who helped make this happen. Please continue to follow us on Houzz!
Click on the image to read Edina's Country Club magazine fantastic article highlighting our recent awards.
So privileged to be a part of this month's Nov/Dec issue of Midwest Home! Click on the image to read the full article on our Eden Prairie Bearpath remodel in which we collaborated with M. Gilbertson Design.
The 2016 Fall Remodelers Showcase beings tomorrow, September 29th, and ends October 2nd. Come visit our home in Plymouth (#21) at 12410 44th Avenue North.
This remodel is the second phase of this home's master plan completed by MA Peterson, with the first phase ending in 2011 (and also happened to be part of the Remodelers Showcase!). A complete transformation of the lower level resulted in a new destination for entertaining and everyday living. An entertainment center, bar, exercise room, reading nook, bathroom, and wine cellar are the newly created spaces. Stone work, built-in custom cabinetry, a wrought iron door to the wine cellar, wave-like shelving, and wood beams added to the uniqueness of each space.
Click the image below to read about the project in detail!