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DIY Tech Upgrades

You don’t have to build a new house to take advantage of tech wizardry.
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Making the Most of the Homes by Architects Tour

Get ready for the Homes by Architects Tour with these handy tips.

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Serenity Found

A renewed bedroom on Lake Minnetonka glows with elegance and comfort
A kitchen by Minnesota Cabinets.

NKBA Guide to Good Design 2017

Step inside National Kitchen and Bath Association's (NKBA) 2017 Guide to Good Design to learn how to design the home of your dreams.

Lake Minnetonka ‘Normandy’ Estate

Eskuche Design, L. Cramer Designers + Builders, and others come together to build the Normandy-inspired home of one man's dreams.
A living room full of random treasures including a three-legged chair, clock and wooden giraffe.

Small Spaces, Big Ideas

A cozy Edina home teems with color and life after a remodel.
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Edina Kitchen Remodel Fits a Grown Up Family

Casa Verde helps an Edina kitchen mature alongside the family it serves.
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5 Top Kitchen Products Recommended by Designers

From twists on mainstays to reinvention of the basics, these products come recommended by kitchen designers.

Island Treasure

A new cottage on Lake Minnetonka's Crane Island replicates the charm of a century-old summer home.
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NKBA Guide to Good Design 2016

The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) is a nonprofit trade association that promotes the professionalism of the kitchen and bath industry.
A clean-lined and modern kitchen that features a center island, stainless steel appliances and light wood in both the flooring and ceiling.

Edina Home Transformed for a New Era

SALA Architects, Erotas Building Corp., Talla Skogmo and Keenan & Sveiven Landscape give an Edina home a modern update while still retaining its charm.
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Crocus Hill’s New Development Blends in with the Old

Conscientious developers—and watchful residents—create a fitting addition to one of St. Paul's oldest neighborhoods.