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Josh and Angie Muhlbauer

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Josh and Angie Muhlbauer purchased their condo in 2014 with the original 1985 décor intact. They needed an update. “We wanted to improve the functionality and aesthetics,” admits Angie. 

 

The kitchen and the master bathroom were at the top of the renovation list. The kitchen layout was small and did not maximize the open-concept space. “We had a vision to rotate the kitchen and wrap in the small dining space so the kitchen could be doubled in size and include an island, gas stove with hood, and a beverage and wine bar,” explains Angie. 

 

The master bath layout was open with no door, only a single sink, and a small shower. “We knew a reconfigured space would allow for double sinks and a much larger shower,” recalls Angie. 

 

The Mulbauers also wanted to improve the outdoor space with a new, much larger deck and gutter system. “We wanted the walkout patio space beneath the deck to be better utilized as living space, too,” explains Josh.   

 

The style desperately needed to be brought out of the 1980’s. “We were targeting a coastal, modern farmhouse feel with rustic touches such as beams and a stone fireplace,” relays Angie.  

 

The wish list included reimagining and expanding the kitchen, reconfiguring the master and guest bathrooms, turning the fireplace wall into a focal point, and enhancing the outdoor space that faces the lake. “The vision was to have a much more functional and cohesive space to enjoy with our family and friends,” shares Angie.  

 

Angie and Josh made a connection with Kelvin and Stephanie Hafner, owners of Lake Lumber, who connected them with a general contractor, Danny Splendore of CW&D, to take on their complete gut and remodel project. “We wanted to support local, so we purchased many products from Lake Lumber,” explains Angie. 

 

Materials sourced from Lake Lumber included new Masonite Interior Doors, a Therma Tru entry door, Marvin windows, custom Bertch kitchen cabinets,

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