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.
See how designer Kate Roos brought this kitchen to life during the ASID Designer Kitchen Tour April 22-23.
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.
A floral-themed fashion show; the celebration of the lowly carnation; and lecture-demonstrations on paper flowers, Tuscan gardens, and finding inspiration in the art of botanical drawing—those are just single petals on the bountiful bloom soon to burst at Mia (Minneapolis Institute of Art).
The St. Louis Park–based company offers a wide range of customizable furniture featuring timeless designs rooted in mid-century, minimalist, and Scandinavian design.
See how DiGiacomo Homes created a kitchen perfect for cooking and baking during the ASID Designer Kitchen Tour April 22-23.
The week's top events and sales for home and garden.
They’re affectionately called Beadle boxes because of their extremely simple box-shaped forms, sometimes set on raised platforms, with steel frames, flat roofs, concrete-block detailing and open-air carports. What many Beadle aficionados didn't know, however, was that the architect got his start in Minnesota.
Groovy Glove is a six-fingered glove made of microfiber, designed for cleaning household items, cars, and dirty dogs.
See how Digiacomo Homes maximized views and drew color inspiration from the homeowners’ art collection during the ASID Designer Kitchen Tour April 22-23.
CB2 in partnership with custom art framing online service Framebridge are launching a collection of framed prints from five artists around the country.