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Camille LeFevre

Camille LeFevre
Camille LeFevre has been writing about architecture and design for local and national publications throughout her career as an arts journalist. Her love of home as a place of sanctuary, inspiration, and community is profound, whether she’s teaching Pilates out of her home studio in Saint Paul or welcoming guests to her family house in Sedona.

Stillwater’s Lora Hotel Infuses Design Savvy with Local History

Before the Lora Hotel opened in Stillwater in June, the marvelous renovation of the Joseph Wolf Brewery block into a hotel, restaurant and coffee...
Lin Nelson-Mayson of the Goldstein Museum of Design.

The Goldstein Museum of Design: Small, But Mighty

When sisters Harriet and Vetta Goldstein arrived at the University of Minnesota in 1912 and 1914, respectively, they brought with them a new educational...
The exterior of a modern north woods home designed by Strand Design.

A Crisp and Clean Cabin

Having a cabin “up North,” seemingly a Midwest tradition if not a residency requirement, used to conjure visions of a rather ramshackle structure. Plain...

Chirigos Designs’ Grand Opening Showcases Artwork from Kolman & Pryor Gallery

  Three years ago, after Bridget Chirigos moved with her husband from Houston to the Twin Cities, she opened Chirigos Designs to indulge her two...

Relamp Sparks Creative Bulbs

Jess Schaack and her husband have lots of Edison bulbs in their home. “We love exposed lighting,” she says, “but after a while, I...

Sylvie & Mira Releases New Fabrics Inspired by Family

New patterns from Sylvie & Mira, by Minneapolis designer Lisa Peck of LiLu Interiors.

Alchemy Architects’ weeHouse Lives Large with New National Award

Alchemy Architects’ weeHouse continues to live large. Designed in Minnesota (the firm is located in St. Paul), built in Oregon, and delivered to the...

The Latest in Cabin Design Trends Sleek, Modern, and Minimalist

"Cabinologist," author, and architect Dale Mulfinger notes an increasing demand for modern sleek cabins, especially among young families.

Minnesota’s First Fine Art Auction House Finds an Eager Market

Revere Auctions, a new fine art auction house, opens in Minneapolis.

Goldstein Exhibit Features Floral Design Inspiration

Goldstein Museum of Design opens a new exhibit, “The Demonstration Garden: Designing Flowers,” Saturday, June 9, showcasing an array of floral designs in textiles, objects, and garments.
People playing Skyline Mini Golf at the Walker Art Center.

Mini Golf Returns to the Walker Art Center

Be sure to wear your Sunday Tiger for this one
A red timber-frame Lundie cabin with flowers in the window.

North Shore’s Lundie Tour

Let's get rustic