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A curbless shower with a strip drain makes the shower more accessible, and continuous large-format floor tile makes the space feel larger in a bathroom designed by Digiacomo Homes.

DiGiacomo Homes Gives a Bathroom a User-friendly Update

Universal design anchors a master bath's streamlined good looks
Vintage treasures capture the feel of a mid-19th century home. Both the floor and the mantel are made from recycled materials in a living room designed by Studio Hittle.

A West End Facelift by Studio Hittle

Little Bohemia update balances old and new in a historic St. Paul neighborhood

Close Associates Reinvents a Duplex

A downsizing couple remakes rental property a rightsized home

Albertsson Hansen Architecture Keeps an Old Soul Alive

This Minneapolis remodel demonstrates how to reframe the old and add the new seamlessly

Revolution Design and Build Scrape and Rebuild a Minnetonka Home

The decision is more than simple economics. If you’re on the cusp, here’s some help.
This 1908 home, designed by Franklin Ellerbe, had become a mish-mash of styles until its new owners and David Heide Design Studio melded its past with modern functionality. The red birch cabinetry—the same wood used in Ellerbe’s original—returns this kitchen to its Arts and Crafts roots.

David Heide Design Studio Fuses the Past and Present

A classic St. Paul beauty melds the past with the 21st century
A remodeled living room by Peterssen Keller Architecture and KOR Interior Design at a cabin in Luck, Wisconsin.

Remodeling a Happy Getaway Cabin in Wisconsin

A cabin remodel in Luck, Wisconsin transforms a '70s split into a rustic contemporary using repurposed and invented items.
A blue rambler features large bay windows, and a garage door made of non-transparent glass. A large front yard with trees and shrubs is in the foreground.

Midcentury Homes Get a Second Chance at Life

A collection of midcentury homes receive a creative remodel to better fit the times and the lives of the people who live in them.
A modern kitchen features a central island with highchairs on one side of it. It also features white countertops, shelves mounted on the ceiling-high backsplash, and a range hood tucked into the ceiling.

A Midcentury Modern Revival for a 1960s Home

A midcentury home receives a modern revival complete with a Canadian hemlock sauna to better fit the lifestyle of its new owners.
A sleek and modern kitchen with white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and an ceiling-height opalescent tile backsplash.

Jordana Green and Mark Grossfield Rebuild Their St. Louis Park Home

Jordana Green and Mark Grossfield rebuild their St. Louis Park home from the foundation up to better fit their blended family.