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Camille LeFevre

Camille LeFevre
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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.

Creations in Clay: Two Ceramics Exhibitions Celebrate Creative Innovation

Images of Ruth Crane pottery courtesy of Goldstein Museum of Design This month, two ceramics exhibitions open in the Twin Cities that, with tremendous depth...

Trend-Spotting in 2019: 6 Kitchen Trends to Enliven Your Space

Images courtesy Shelter Architecture Is there any other room in the house in which we spend more time? We’re talking about the kitchen, of course....

Tiny Cabins in the Woods: Endeavor is Booked, But Firefly Beckons

Endeavor’s first cabin, located in Silver Bay, is a millennial modernist’s dream: A sleek rustic retreat that combines contemporary amenities with a camping-out feel....

Three Bathroom Trend Alerts for 2019

Images courtesy David Heide Design Studio The spa-like experience. The tub and shower (i.e., a water space) behind a glass partition. Statement art on the...

Trend-Spotting in 2019: Four Décor Ideas That Take Us Back to the Future

Images courtesy Chirigos Designs January 1 has come and gone. Are you ready for your décor reboot? Apparently, according to sites like Decoraid and Interiorsonline,...

“A Different View” Looks at Habitat From The Bee’s Perspective

Images courtesy Jodi Reeb The fate of our pollinators, and thus the world’s entire food system, has become an issue that many artists are taking...

Local Artist Mary Jo Hoffman Expands STILL to Include New Zen Collection

Photos courtesy Mary Jo Hoffman Shoreview artist and photographer Mary Jo Hoffman, whose work we’ve profiled as her STILL blog has drawn national attention and...

MNSAH’s Works in Progress Features The Original Fuji-Ya, Case Study Houses, and Carnegie Libraries

If you’re needing a break from holiday hoopla, the Minnesota Society of Architectural Historians (MNSAH) has a lovely free program for architecture and design...

Beating Martha Stewart to the Punch: Q+A with Paul Knuth

Photos by Jackie Scherer Really, how would we survive winter without the flower shows in the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory at Como Park? The color, fragrance,...

Timber & Tulip Celebrates Grand Opening of New Showroom

Photos courtesy Timber & Tulip When we last talked with Brianne Boettner, the furniture designer and founder of Timber & Tulip, she had just quit...

“Dirty Laundry: Derailed Edition” Features Two Local Entrepreneurs’ Journeys Through Design

Repositioning Minnesota as the North—as simultaneously cultural identifier, geographical location, design concept, and brand—was largely Eric Dayton’s initiative. In 2014, Dayton (co-owner of Askov...

“Thank You for Shopping” Celebrates the Era of Department Stores

Talk about a nostalgia trip! Open Kristal Leebrick’s new book, Thank You for Shopping: The Golden Age of Minnesota Department Stores, at any page...