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Elkay’s Versatile New Farmhouse Sink

Imagine a new farmhouse sink in your kitchen. Now imagine you can change the color and material of the apron front on a whim....

IKEA and Tom Dixon Collaborate on “Open-Source” Bed and Invite Hacks...

Putting your own spin on IKEA furniture, bookcases, cabinetry, etc., is an industry unto itself. Modifications, add-ons, and upgrades for the Swedish giant’s home...

Mia’s New Exhibition “Power and Beauty in China’s Last Dynasty” Displays...

If you’ve had the good fortune to experience the immersive exhibition environments created by the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York,...

“Fragrances of Spring” at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum: A Plethora of...

Yum! Just take a quick look at what the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum has in store for its Spring Flower Show and your taste buds...

What’s Hot and Affordable? New Kitchen and Bath Products and Trends...

What’s truly new among kitchen and bath suppliers? Creating amazing cooking and design elements with cost-effective processes. This year at the Kitchen & Bath...

Charmed by the Char: Is Shou Sugi Ban Getting Hot?

When an industrious young couple approached Jody McGuire (Midwest Home’s 2017 Emerging Talent) about designing a new project that would accommodate all of their...

“bold boho,” Circa and Omforme’s Third Exhibition, Focuses on Restyling by...

Carter Averbeck, the artist, media darling, and owner of the fabulous furnishings shop Omforme Design—and Circa Gallery in Minneapolis talks why the future of furniture is restyling.

The Other BOWL in Town: ASI Ushers in 2018 with “The...

The artisan, artistic and aesthetic aspects of craft receive their full due in 2018 as the American Swedish Institute focuses on “The Handmade” in...

Architects Leave for Puerto Rico to Help With Rebuilding Island Destroyed...

Architects John Dwyer and Laura Cayere-King left this week for Puerto Rico.John Dwyer just took off for Puerto Rico, packing four 70-pound bags of...

Three Holiday House Tours Inspire Historic Reveries

Three iconic Twin Cities homes, managed to retain their historic grandeur, open their doors during the holiday season to visitors seeking respite from their...

The Swedish Design Museum You Can Visit Without Leaving Home

We know the Swedes excel in design—Minnesota is loaded with fans of both Swedish folk and modernism. Just in case you can't get enough...

Faribault Woolen Mill Pop-up Opens at Mall of America

Just in time for holiday shopping, Faribault Woolen Mill has opened a pop-up shop at MOA. During the next few months, shoppers can browse...

Move Over, Marie Kondo. Swedish Death Cleaning is the New Decluttering...

The alarm really sounded when, in February, Richard Eisenberg published an article on Next Avenue titled “Sorry, Nobody Wants Your Parents’ Stuff.” For years,...

“Dirty Laundry” Series at the U Delivers the Dirt on Design

One of the liveliest annual events in the Twin Cities design world is “Dirty Laundry.” Presented by the College of Design at the University...

Local Artist Robin Ann Meyer Launches Wallpaper Line with Hirshfield’s

Luminous seashells. Kaleidoscopic leaves. Indian-inspired paisleys. Architectural motifs. Birds and feathers. All are represented in the wallpaper line local artist and printmaker Robin Ann...

Sisyphus: The Kinetic Table That Plays Paths to Wonderment

During an art opening held at a local architecture firm, guests from 5 to 85 sat transfixed around several circular, black steel tables inside...

Trulia Keeps Tabs on What Home Buyers Really Want

Trends in home features come and go—witness shag carpeting and tile countertops. If you’re updating and considering resale potential in the not-too-distant future, it...

Local Architects Recognized by the Association of Licensed Architects 2017 Design...

Several Minnesota architecture firms won recognition for their design work at the Association of Licensed Architects ALA 2017 Design Awards.Peterssen/Keller Architecture won a Gold Award...

Talk by Kristin Anderson, Architecture Professor, Highlights Ordinary Homes of the...

The passion for all things midcentury continues. In fact, Kristin Anderson, professor of art and architecture at Augsburg College, developed a continuing education class...

2017 BLEND Award Winners

The winners of the 2017 BLEND Award have been announced. The BLEND Award recognizes the architects, homeowners, and builders who have designed projects that...