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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.

ROAM Interiors Offers Iconic Modern Furnishings On Sale in March

Enjoy discounts on many pieces of designer furniture during ROAM Interior's March sale.

Wind and Willow’s Name Change to Willful® Reflects Founder Araya Jensen’s New Focus on...

“If there’s a will, there’s a way” is a popular aphorism that Araya Jensen, founder of Wind and Willow home-goods line, has truly taken to heart.
AIA Minnesota Honor Award, St. Paul, Nordic Light

Architect John Dwyer’s Award-Winning Modern Home

Modern St. Paul residence wins AIA-Minnesota 2015 Honor Award.
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Collector Shows off Vintage Treasures in New Master Suite

Boutique sparkle meets antique charm in a redesign by LiLu Interiors.

Color Infusion: Artist Philip Noyed’s Geometric Illuminations Bring Color and Joy to Winter Interiors

Color Infusion: Artist Philip Noyed’s Geometric Illuminations Bring Color and Joy to Winter Interiors

Ice, Ice Baby: The Pristine Clarity and Stillness of Arctic Architecture

Wielding the chisels, knives, brushes and other instruments necessary to realize the astounding detail in such works is no small feat. Learn all about making ice sculptures.

Norsebox, the Scandinavian Design Subscription, Will Fulfill Your Need for Nordic Home Goods

Scandi-lovers rejoice— this subscription will fulfill your need for all things design that are modern and Scandinavian.

Local Makers of Home Décor Pop Up at West Elm LOCAL in The Store...

“Maker culture” continues to boom in Minnesota.
Washi Tape Bathroom

Washi Obsession: Putting Tape to Use For Arts, Crafts and Décor

Washi bedecked bathroom at Public Functionary. Photo by Kate Iverson If you’ve been to Pinterest lately, or visited the restroom at the Northeast Minneapolis art gallery Public Functionary,...
Hanging light bulbs

For the House That Has Everything: The Coolest Design Ideas of 2015

Ideas that can make your life run more seamlessly.

Arcatecture: Modern Kitty Cozies and Furnishings for Cats and Their Design Savvy Humans

We round up stylish cat accessories that are purrfect for felines and their human families.

Finding the Right Way to Live the Wrong Way Up

In the past year, two modern homes by Twin Cities architects piqued our interest with their “flipped” or upside-down floor plans.

New Year’s Resolution: Up-Cycle Old, Unwanted Art

The buy-back allows art hoarders to not only clean out the house or studio, but save these items from a future landfill.

AIA Minnesota Honor Awards: Three Residences Reinforce Midwestern Sublime

Simplicity ruled the day when, in November, three architects sat down to review 78 submissions to the 2015 AIA Minnesota Honor Awards. Of those...

Possibili-trees for Holiday Procras-tree-nators

Several years ago, I was despairing of purchasing yet another evergreen for the holidays, which would—invariably—tax my holiday budget, exacerbate my allergies (and maybe...
Dutton Brown Design

Dutton Brown Design Moves into Northeast Minneapolis Space

The duo produces whimsical statement lighting that is both high-quality and attainable.

Target to Feature Local Photographer’s Work in New Line

A stay-at-home mom's photography hobby gets turned into a new Target product line.

Q&A with Shane Coen, Founder of Landscape Architecture Firm Coen + Partners

Minimalist modernism of the award-winning Minneapolis landscape architecture firm, Coen + Partners, is in high demand.

Q&A: Environmental Designer Heather Novak-Peterson

This print-creator is bringing custom artwork to wallcoverings.