Find Home Inspiration at the Minneapolis Home + Remodeling Show

The annual home show takes place Feb. 3-5 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis

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Returning to Minneapolis this February is the Minneapolis Home + Remodeling Show, host to a collection of local remodeling, interior design, sustainability, and home improvement resources and vendors. This year’s event is sure to inspire, with numerous presentations and displays available to attend and peruse. Here, we’ve compiled everything worth seeing, exploring, and buying—including what’s “trending,” the future of home and design, and all things new in 2023.

For instance, CitiCabin Tiny Home, presented by YardHomesMN, is making its Minneapolis Home + Remodeling Show debut. Designed to provide inspiration for your own backyard, the display features a 400-square-foot unit with various interior and exterior kits for finishing, and landscaping professionals will be available to assist with questions and requests.

This year’s event also shines a spotlight on the importance of sustainability by incorporating an upcycling contest with ReStore (Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity). The New Brighton ReStore is accepting entries of upcycling projects between Jan. 4-28, and projects will be displayed at the show all weekend. Attendees will then be encouraged to vote for their favorites, and the top three entries will win prizes.

After you vote, visit exhibitors in construction/renovation, flooring, home appliances, decor and furniture, and more. Explore three designer rooms curated by Pottery Barn for decor inspiration, then tour a display of tablescapes to inspire your next hosting event or celebration. Having trouble finding the perfect art piece to adorn your walls? Take a stroll along the Art Walk—a collection of one-of-a-kind art pieces.

Some tried and true aspects of the event are here to stay: Each year, the show includes a featured celebrity in the home industry, and this year, St. Paul native, Patric Richardson, is appearing. An author and television host on HGTV and Discovery+, Richardson opened his own vintage store, Mona Williams, which carries a collection of find laundry products, in 2013. Now, he shares his industry expertise through his influencer role as “The Laundry Guy.

Each day, the event is running a different promotion to recognize professionals in the Twin Cities community. Friday, Feb. 3 is Hero Day, and all active military personnel, veterans, first responders, nurses, and doctors receive free admission. Saturday, Feb. 4 is Public Servants Appreciation Day, allowing free admission for government workers. Lastly, on Sunday, Feb. 5, teachers and educators may attend for free in honor of Teacher Day.

Visit Feb. 3 and 4 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Feb. 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Regular tickets can be purchased online or day-of. Seniors and children receive discounted admission.

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