Editor Chris Lee and art director Mandy Finders preview homes from the 2017 Luxury Home Tour. Whether you’re looking to build, remodel, or simply dream, you’ll find plenty of inspiration on this year’s Luxury Home Tour.
From a projector and non-toxic insect repellent luminaries to pizza popcorn and tangy punch, this guide has everything you need for an outdoor movie night.
A kitchen in a Lake Minnetonka home combines kelly green cabinetry with gold hardware and marble countertops to create a fresh look that pops.
The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum debuts its new, summer-long exhibit “Amazing Spaces, Places and Escapes: Re-imagining Treehouses May 27 through Oct. 1.
The new Multiglide patio door by Andersen Windows & Doors makes it easy to whisk the party from indoors to the great outdoors.
Faribault Woolen Mill introduces a new cotton collection featuring throws, blankets and accessories in nautical motifs, stripes and colorways.
Equal parts natural history collectibles, artist-crafted ceramics, gifts, and garden and home décor, the store’s offerings range from corals to crystals to ceramic candles. But it’s the more exotic items like taxidermy toucans and artfully framed reptiles that capture the imagination.
It doesn’t have to be Earth Day or any other quasi-celebration to stop in at Tangletown Gardens for a tranquility break. The south Minneapolis garden center personifies its oasis-in-the-city motto, no matter what the season. And it stocks an amazing selection of flora, as well as unusual outdoor and garden accessories.