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Chris Lee, a longtime magazine writer and editor, has been a keen observer of the Twin Cities thriving design scene for more than a decade. As editor of Midwest Home, she combines her passion for all things home with her love of good story telling.

TEA2 Wins Marvin’s Architects Challenge

Marvin’s annual Architects Challenge is a competition designed to recognize architects who have used the company’s windows and doors in innovative ways in exceptional...
The red bedroom: Each bedroom features an ensuite bath, a white-oak tray ceiling, and a twin and a queen bed.

Lake Minnetonka Getaway Made for Entertaining

No cabin commute for this busy family. Their lake place is 30 minutes from home
A green chalkboard wall in an office.

DIY Vintage Wall Courtesy Chalkboard Paint

Conjunction Junction, adding a classroom vibe to a home office is this wall's function

Tour Minneapolis City Hall’s Green Roof

Tour Minneapolis City Hall's green roof to learn about a cool and sustainable technique.

Gardening Books for Minnesotans

Let's turn that thumb green

For interior décor, the color sage is all the rage

The most popular color of the year is sage, a soft and silvery neutral.

Tips for Foiling Garden Grazers

Tips for preventing rabbits and deer from eating your plants.

See, shop, and talk pottery at St. Croix Valley Pottery Tour

The 26th Annual St. Croix Valley Pottery Tour is a self-guided, three-day tour, May 11-13, that draws potters and pottery aficionados from across the country to Chisago County to see, shop, and talk pottery.

Six Picks for Mother’s Day Gift Shopping

Great shops for Mother's Day gifts.

Minneapolis & Saint Paul Home Tour Features Homes and Neighborhood Pride

This tour offers a chance to visit a broad range of dwellings and neighborhoods in the cities.

Marvin Displays Its Minnesota Heritage

Marvin WIndows and Doors Eagan office captures a distinctively Minnesota Nordic woods design.

Ready to Renovate?

Before the walls come down, do your research