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Several local restaurants have glammed-up their interiors with art deco. Here’s how you can bring the look home.
Local art-deco products
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Elementary shapes get a cool, Nordic design spin.
Geometric tiles on a counter from Mercury Mosaics at The Bachelor Farmer Cafe
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This home's craftsman-styled exterior fits into its traditional lakeside community perfectly. Inside, you'll be surprised and captivated at every turn.
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Steiner & Koppelman, LLC | Home of the Week
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The bedding store is making your quest for a good night's sleep a one-stop shopping event.
Natural Bed + Home showroom in Minneapolis
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She sees artistry, and opportunity, everywhere.
Kate Herzog, founder of House of Talents
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With popular cottage-inspired design, this lakeside residence offers premium features, elegant finishes and functional spaces.
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Mark D Williams Custom Homes | Home of the Week
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For the 19th year, Mpls.St.Paul Magazine has teamed up with the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID MN) to produce the premier interior design event of the year.
Home of the Week Showcase Home
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A Golden Valley midcentury home goes modern in this before-and-after.
Midcentury home in Golden Valley
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Featuring refined architectural detailing at every turn, from the coastal exterior to an interior defined by classical architecture and clean modern lines. Even better, everything is oriented to maximize the stunning lake views.
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Hendel Homes - Home of the Week
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What’s it really like to live in downtown Minneapolis?
222 Hennepin Minneapolis mspmag Explore Downtown Living
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Dario and Jeanne Anselmo mix European flair with family function in this year’s Mpls.St.Paul ASID MN Showcase Home in Edina.
The Anselmo family of the 2016 Mpls.St.Paul ASID MN Showcase Home in Edina.
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Showing off its Nantucket coastal farmhouse roots, this graceful home is simply exquisite.
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It’s tough to tell what’s old and what’s new in this 1922 Minneapolis home—and that’s exactly what the design team intended.
by Shawn Gilliam
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At work, these foodies have stocked fully kitchens, but what about when they're off the clock?
Inside a chef's home
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Scherping Westphal brings designer looks for the bedroom to International Market Square.
Bedroom design by Boutique of SW
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The classics never go out of style. These of-the-moment designs show how to freshen up the look with young twists on old favorites.
Toile wall covering from Hygge & West
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From backyard oases to opulent interiors, eight residential projects across the Twin Cities metro will make you dream big.
Landscapers used biomimicry to strategically place each planting in a way that would help it to thri
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Product design is a budding business for Munster Rose.
Flowers from Munster Rose
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Your gallery wall just got a whole lot cooler thanks to Stonepress, a new local company that prints pictures on stone.
A gallery wall of pictures printed on stone
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From weather forecaster to magazine editor to shop owner, expert gardener Rebecca Kolls makes her move to Main Street.
by Shawn Gilliam
Rebecca Kolls with her dog, Cash, who hangs out at the store
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A new local home shop opens its doors, combining in-real-life and virtual shopping in one.
The furniture selection at Habitation Furnishing + Design in St. Louis Park, Minnesota
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Local stylemakers’ designed vignettes showcase trends at this year’s American Craft Council Show.
Handwoven blankets by Dianne Nordt
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Copper is the hottest metal on the market. Add some shine to your home with these local finds.
Products that have copper hues
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From 20-somethings to retirees, more Minnesotans are calling Twin Cities luxury apartments home.
LPM Apartments’ floor-to-ceiling windows look out onto Loring Park, the Basilica of St. Mary, the Wa
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A pro shares tips on how to create a stylish, yet functional, terrace to get the most out of Minnesota's short summers.