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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

National Winner
 2011 Kitchen Remodel
Under $50K


National Winner
 2011 Kitchen Remodel
$50K-$75K


2011 Kitchen Remodel
$75K-$100K


2010 Best
Residential Interior


2010 Best Green Remodeling Project Under $250,000

2009 Kitchen Remodel
Under $50,000


2009 Addition
$100,000 - $250,000


2009 Finished Basement

2008 Historic Renovation

2008 Green Remodel

2008 Bath Remodel
Under $40,000


2007 Kitchen Remodel
$75,000 - $100,000


National Award
2007 Best Green Remodel

2006 Best Bath Remodel
Over $50,000

2006 Best Bath Remodel
Under $50,000

2006 Best Whole House
Remodel $200K-$500K

2005 Best Residential
Historic Renovation

2005 Best Room Addition
Over $100,000

2004 Best Room Remodel

2004 Special Award
Residential Specialty Item

Otogawa-Anschel LLC
Remodelers of Minneapolis, MN

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Industry Associations: NAHB, NARI, ASID
Professional Designation: CKBR, CR

Michael Anschel
1214 42nd Ave North
Minneapolis, MN 55412
Phone: 612-789-7070
Fax: 612-789-7072
Website: www.otogawa-anschel.com

2006 Best Bath Remodel Under $50,000

This typical 6 1/2 X 5' bathroom in an urban 1929 bungalow was in great need of a facelift as well as general repairs. The homeowners wanted to increase the functionality of the room and find a way for it to feel larger than it actually was. The trick was to do this without the ability to add square footage. They began with the shower tile, creating a recess in one end to hold soap and shampoo. They then moved around the shower creating a visual "cubby" motif. The cubbies provide visual interest, a sense of recessive space, a place to store odd items as well as decor. The cubbies vary in size and placement, keeping rhythm and avoiding monotony. The pedestal sink keeps the floor looking spacious and a tiled cubby directly above it offers al functional alternative to counter space. A hidden cubby behind the bathroom door offers a 2' deep recess to hold all of the bathroom supplies. The colors add to the overall experience and moves the eye around the room creating the feeling of a larger space.