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Clever architectural details and statement-making accents gave this once-disjointed ‘60s rambler some California cool for its recently transplanted homeowners.

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Liz Gardner's home that doubles as her studio/office.
One of the Twin Cities’ notable creatives, Liz Gardner, expertly blends her style and that of her partner’s in the home that doubles as their studio/office.
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Witt & Bliss at D.NOLO in North Loop, Minneapolis
Interior designer Martha Dayton opens her dream shop.
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It’s not about the newest trends, it’s about the ones that last.
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Suitcases made into shelves
Ki Nassauer, the founder of Junk Bonanza, knows a thing or two about salvaged style. Here she shares her thoughts on the art of junk transformation.
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Clever architectural details and statement-making accents gave this once-disjointed ‘60s rambler some California cool.
Architecture + Design
A new Twin Cities service takes the anxiety out of creating a gallery wall.
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Local style experts and event planners share tips to make your summer gathering sparkle.
Architecture + Design
Crave co-owner Kevayn Talebi in his Carlyle condo in 2008
Crave co-owner Keyvan Talebi sold his Carlyle condo, so we hit our archives for a look inside.
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Sun-splashed home and airy studio create a soothing respite in white.
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We followed the Instagram trail of a few locals in NYC for a week of forward-thinking design.
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Anna and Chris Lyon infuse their classic Edwin Lundie home with the same style sensibility that informs their chic wardrobe.
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Relocating to Minneapolis gave Nicole Botsman a new home to express herself with statement-making details.
Architecture + Design
From over 100 submissions, see this year's winners of the ASID MN Interior Design Awards.
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We pick our favorite locals showcasing home renovation projects on the Pinterest-like site, Houzz.
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Freelance creative producer Jennifer David’s 740-square-foot condo in Loring Park proves small space can live large with strategic design solutions.
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NH-id
Local designers are making the process faster and more affordable.
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The vibrant home goods find a storefront in Minneapolis.
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Layer up the walls and upholstery in the same treatment.