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Behind a mysterious arbor gate lies an exceptional and very personal St. Paul garden
Third-generation owners preserve the soul of a beloved summer house, reinventing it for the future.
Wallpapered ceilings have the ability to create an interest and an illusion of depth, and enhance the detail of beautiful molding.
Midwest Home and ASID MN team up for a vibrant design competition.
Modern furniture retailer, Design Within Reach, to reopen this fall with an 18,000-square-foot store in Edina's Galleria.
Dale Mulfinger of SALA Architects showcases dozens of family compounds he has a deep affection for in his latest book, The Family Cabin.
Give your home library some pizazz with these products from The Shop at MCBA, H&B Gallery, Happy Little Gifts, Hearth and Hammer and more.
Renting your home to 2018 Super Bowl fans can be lucrative, but there are a few things to consider.
A new marriage and an old house renovation? This couple took on both and lived to tell the tale.
A historic home gains contemporary spaces without compromising its past.
Environment friendly and leading kitchen cabinet maker in Finland, Puustelli, opens new Minneapolis showroom in Uptown near Lake Calhoun.
Graphic designer Adam Demers creates custom house portraits using vector-based software that make for unique gifts for new homeowners.
Artist Bonnie Folkerts talks about her lifelong passion of painting, including what sparked her interest at a young age and what inspires her.
Upcoming North Shore art shows include Cooter, Tonder and Friends (Sept. 29 - Oct. 1) and Art Along the Lake: Fall Art Tour (Sept. 29 - Oct. 8)
Once home to little more than rolling farmland, Chanhassen has grown into a thriving suburb that doesn't seem as far away as it used to.
A recent survey reveals homeowner preferences as it relates to childrens' bedrooms.
Like it or not, summer is almost over and it's time for a more structured approach to each day.
Dishes are making a bold move off the color spectrum.
Less isolated and friendlier than the back, front yards with spaces for socializing are becoming more common.
Finally, a TV that doesn't look like a TV.