Seamless design encourages a Minnesota family to eat well. By: Cindy Hatcher
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Bloggers Alicia Lacy and Bruno Bornsztein estimate they've seen thousands of kitchens in their time at the helm of Curbly.com, a DIY design community. So they were able to set clear goals when it came time to renovate their own St. Paul, Minnesota, kitchen.
These goals—making the room a family space, creating a seamless design that integrated into their home, and crafting a clean and put-together look—were essential to the couple, as they use their kitchen daily to prep healthy food for themselves and their two young children, Ayla, 6, and Zev, 3. "Everything was done intentionally to encourage cooking and make it more fun. We have a very organized kitchen, where ingredients are easy to find and accessible," Alicia says.