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.
Local architectural preservationists aren’t the only ones who lose battles with developers. Those hoping to keep intact The Four Seasons Restaurant, the New York landmark designed by Philip Johnson 1959, were forced to surrender earlier this year.
I’m not a great cook, but I love to entertain. We entertain often, nearly every Friday night for Shabbat dinner and any excuse to have a party is a good one. The house we’re remodeling isn’t big, so most of the downstairs ended up being kitchen… I love it! Check out our modern, kosher, open kitchen on the #greengrossfieldproject.
Midwest Home magazine event & shopping guide for July 18-24. Happenings include the Mill City Farmers Market, Minneapolis Craft Market, Excelsior Crazy Days, and sales
Tour the nooks and crannies of Minneapolis with the architectural historians and enthusiasts of Preserve Minneapolis.
Episode 4: The Green-Grossfield Project. We bought a house across from a lake, but near a busy street. We wanted to maximize our view and still maintain privacy.
Twin Cities shopping guide for July 11-17. Check out events at Omforme, Mona Williams, Mill City Farmers Market, 50th and France, and more.
Through August 6, Paper City, a project of the Walker’s Art Lab designed by artist/architect Noa Haim of Collective Paper Aesthetics, is taking shape.
This month, in coordination with a new exhibition at Mia, “Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection,” the Mia (Minneapolis Institute of Art) is debuting a new collection showcasing works by five makers from across the globe.
“This House Sucks”. That was the kids’ take on the house. They hated it. It was already a tough sell to get them to want to move from their childhood home in Eden Prairie to a tiny rambler in St. Louis Park. When they saw what we purchased, I almost had a mutiny on my hands.
Twin Cities Shopping Guide: July 5-10. Events at Golden Rule Collective, Brown & Greene, D.NOLO, and more.