Home Dish is a place Midwest Home readers can drop in to catch up on the Twin Cities’ home and design scene- the news, events and trends. A variety of contributing editors will share their inspirations, finds and design obsessions. We’ll dish on the latest happenings, and bring you along as we attend exclusive previews, discover cool products, and talk with design experts.
Golden Rule—a jewelry shop, art gallery and collective housed in a charming white clapboard home in Excelsior—is celebrating its one-year birthday Saturday June 4 (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and Sunday June 5 (noon-5).
Spontaneous Design: Napkin Sketches by an Array of Architects Highlight Dunwoody Architecture Program Fundraiser
The napkin sketch has always played a small yet prominent role in architecture. The origins of many iconic buildings can be traced to a quick drawing made in a restaurant or bar that morphed into a bricks-and-mortar or steel-and-glass structure admired the world over.
Midwest Home magazine event & shopping guide for May 23-29. Happenings include the Olde Depot Junktion and Mill City Farmers Market.
Leave it to B&B Italia, maker of exquisite modern furnishings, so take a ubiquitous item of décor from America’s mid-century and transform it into a must-have item for today’s discerning decorator: the “FAT FAT-LADY FAT” poufs and tables now available at ROAM Interiors in Uptown Minneapolis.
On Thursday, June 2, through Sunday, June 5, Khazana is branching out with a pop-up sale of Moroccan textiles in collaboration with Caracol Trading Co.
Foster Art also collaborates with public and private schools, art and community centers, and art institutions
Midwest Home magazine event & shopping guide for May 16-22. Happenings include Uncorked Junkmarket, Art-a-Whirl, Master Gardeners Annual Plant Sale, and more.
Spring has irrevocably arrived, along with one of our most looked-forward-to heralds of lush growth, fresh produce and blooming flora: Mill City Farmers Market.
How to create casually chic coastal style in your home.
Mia’s Third Thursday in May Focuses on Sustainability, With Special Appearance by Alchemy Architects’ New lightHouse
On Thursday, May 19, the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is dedicating its monthly Third Thursday event to sustainable living. During Mia’s Third Thursday: Art of Sustainability, visitors can make and take home a bamboo bee house modeled after the ones on the museum’s roof.