I’ve really enjoyed learning more about Christine Albertsson and Todd Hansen. They’ve known each other for more than twenty years and have been working together since 2002 at their firm, Albertsson Hansen Architecture. Their Award-winning company specializes in new houses, retreat homes, cabins, additions, remodeling outbuildings (and even barns). As I was seeing their portfolio, I felt truly inspired not only by the architecture but also the attention to detail, including the interior design of these houses.
I feel I’m in heaven when I find sites of great people like these two! Enjoy!
This is a very functional kitchen. I like the classic look it has.
Tiles & Color
This is what I also want in my kitchen: the subway tiles and a soft color as this green. Does it look nice?
Love it! But I’ll be honest, with two small children it would never look as neat like in this picture! I’d need more storage. But this is stunning, isn’t it?
St. Paul Remodeling
What a great space and yes, if you have a very “pale” interior, add color with accessories. It’s easy and can also be affordable.
This kitchen has plenty of storage for a big and busy family.
Very well designed. This house was built in 1920s and totally renovated by Albertsson Hansen Architecture.
The arches creates architectural interest while the decor complements the style of this home.
It’s a bright bedroom. Some people love it white & bright and others love a dark bedroom. How about you? What do you prefer?
White bathrooms always feels fresh and clean, as long you keep them that way. 🙂
The owner of this loft combined two separate units into one spacious home.
This loft feels very masculine but still really welcoming and very stylish.
This is a really well done room. Notice the gorgeous fireplace and shelves. Great idea placing the bed in the middle of the room. You still have a view and also you duplicate the storage are withe the shelves and built-ins behind the bed.
As always, love the subway tiles.
That door is so fun! Not perfect for a cold day, I’d think, but really interesting!
Mount Curve Remodeling
This dining room is full of old charm. Lovely fireplace.
Wonderful light fixtures, it goes perfectly with the era of this house.
Very well-designed. As you can see, it’s not a big kitchen and using glass doors makes the room feel bigger, instead of claustrophobic.
If you told me: “Hey, lets use green tiles all over your kitchen?” I’d say a big “no”, but after seeing this picture, I’ve changed my mind about “green” tiles. It’s always important to have a “vision”. That’s not always easy to have. Don’t you think?
I hope you’ve enjoyed these houses. For more house, you can visit: Albertsson Hansen Architecture.
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