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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.

A Dormer Guest Suite Gets a Vintage, Scottish Makeover

Photos by Alyssa Lee, courtesy Fox InteriorsIn the Mac-Groveland neighborhood of St. Paul was a dormer bedroom (slid in during a 1955-era addition to...

Home Design Style of the Month: Bohemian Meets Biophilic

Ever since Justina Blakeney’s The New Bohemians: Cool and Collected Homes was published last fall, the home décor style that originated during 19th-century France...

Victory Gardens Return: Here’s How to Get Your Veggie Garden Growing

During World War I, and on through the Great Depression and into World War II, people were encouraged to plant Victory Gardens. Also...

Spring Cleaning and Organizing with Style + Dwell

With the onset of COVID-19 stay-at-home and quarantine orders, many us recognized an opportunity to go full-Marie Kondo or get into Swedish death...

New Home Project Apps Keep Homeowners Plugged in and Organized

Whether chaos rules in our new home environments, where kids are schooled online while parents work from an established or rushed-together home office, or...

From Cocktails to Clean Living: Local Distilleries Use Alcohol to Craft Hand Sanitizer

Three small Minnesota craft distilleries—Tattersall Distilling, Du Nord Craft Spirits, and Brother Justus Whiskey—have teamed up to create All Hands Minnesota. They’re taking the...
Courtesy Brooke & Lou

Brooke & Lou Launches First Garden Collection for Spring

“Timing is everything,” says Bria Hammel, founder of Bria Hammel Interiors in Mendota Heights. For several years, she’s been traveling to antique shows and...

Iconic Buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright Now on Virtual Tours

Since the lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, museums and galleries around the world have put their collections online. Many are also offering virtual...

Go Wild During National Wildflower Week

The first full week of May is always National Wildflower Week, a time when most of the country is ablaze with springtime blossoms in...

The Benefits of Biophilic Design and Feng Shui

As the founder and principal of Fusion Designed in Forest Lake, Sheree Vincent, Allied ASID, was an expert on home as sanctuary way before...

Lustron: The Home of the Future Still Stands Today

Photos by Benjamin ClasenLaura Nobles was bungalow shopping. It was 1993, and the cofounder of Hanson Nobles Wunderlich Interior Design in Minneapolis, along with...

Wild Rice Retreat Offers New Nature-Inspired Accommodations

Photos courtesy Wild Rice Retreat When Wild Rice Restaurant, a culinary and architectural jewel of Lake Superior’s South Shore, closed after 16 years, local residents...