Midwest Home celebrates a publishing milestone with this issue: 25 years featuring the finest in local homes, design, and architecture.
Tour some of the most magnificent million-dollar-plus homes across the Twin Cities built by some of the best custom builders in the market.
Midwest Home's annual guide to design, décor, and shops in the Twin Cities.
Browse the latest trends from Twin Cities top interior designers and builders.
Military style is having a moment on the spring fashion runways—and that rugged, heritage-infused aesthetic is quickly making its way to home interiors.read more
The week's top shopping and style events in the Twin Citiesread more
After just two years of business, AlwaysMod is closing its doors. It's hosting a huge closing sale beginning March 24.read more
New Hope-based woodworker and furniture designer Micah Lother recently launched Norsk Valley, a line of handmade, custom furniture inspired by Scandinavian design and made from live-edge reclaimed wood.read more
This week's shopping and style highlights include an urban farmhouse trend showcase, a home improvement and design expo, and tips for green basement remodelingread more
Free Screening of Eames: The Architect and the Painter Illuminates the Couple’s Designs for Furniture and More
On March 23, DOCOMOMO presents a new film, Eames: The Architect and the Painter, in Rapson Hall at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Narrating the film is none other than the ubiquitous writer, artist, actor, producer and heartthrob James Franco.read more
The collection was designed by the Excelsior home goods retailer and manufactured by Minnesota-based heritage maker Red Wing Stoneware Co.read more
This week's shopping and style highlights includes Creating Fashion in Interior Design, an evening that explores fashion’s connection to interior design.read more
Otogawa-Anschel Design + Build in Minneapolis is set to transforms a property, which consists of two buildings (a two-story red one built in 1886, and a white-washed low-slung structure built in 1912 as a garage for the Schorenstein Grocery and Saloon), into a new home.read more