Remodeler: Erotas Custom Building; Architect: Lisa Antenucci, Shelter Architecture; Photographer: Troy Thies Photography
Midwest Home invites you to tour some of the area’s top remodeling projects, with average remodel budgets over $580,000, across the Twin Cities. Find inspiration, meet with custom remodelers, and discover additional resources to make your remodeling dream a reality.
Saturday and Sunday, June 2-3 & 9-10, Noon – 6 p.m. each day
Want more information on Midwest Home's Luxury Tours?
A Luxury Remodeling Tour Passport Ticket provides one-time entry into each home during the tour and is valid for both weekends. Homes are only available to tour one of the two weekends. Tickets for single home visits are available at the door for $5 per home.
$15 in advance, when purchased online now
$10 in advance, when purchased at Menards *available in early May 2018
$20 at the door
Luxury Remodeling Tour homes are open from noon-6pm on Saturdays and Sundays during the weekends of the tour.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I buy tickets? How much do they cost?
What is included in my ticket?
Your ticket will be exchanged for a passport at the first home you visit. Each passport allows one-time admittance into all homes any time during the two weekends.
I bought a ticket online and I can’t find it. Where is it?
Tickets for the tour are sold through Eventbrite, and a copy of your ticket will be emailed to you after purchase. Rarely, automated emails may go to your junk mail or spam folder in your email, so be sure to check there if you do not receive your ticket within a few minutes of purchase.
For more information, see this helpful article from Eventbrite: “Where are my tickets?”
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You may either bring your ticket or show your ticket on your phone to the attendant at the first home. This will then be exchanged for a passport that will serve as your entry pass for the other homes on the tour.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Transportation is not provided for this event. Street parking will be available on a first come, first served basis.
What can I bring into the event?
No strollers are allowed in the homes. Shoes must removed before entry; a bag will be provided to carry your shoes while touring the home. No outside food or beverage is allowed in the homes.
Can I bring my pet?
No. With the exception of assistance animals, pets are not allowed in the tour homes.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
The name on the ticket does not need to match the attendee.
What happens if it rains?
The Luxury Remodeling Tour will be held rain or shine. You can leave your umbrella in the garages as you go through the homes. Remember, you have four days to visit the homes.
Are there any volunteer opportunities during the tour?
Yes! If you would like to volunteer, select “Volunteer Opportunities” for Type of Information Request from the dropdown of our Luxury Tour Information Request Form, and we will add you to the mailing list for the tour(s) you select.
How can I get discounted tickets?
We encourage you to sign up for Midwest Home‘s regular emails and watch for special promotions.
If I see something in a home that I like, how can I get more information?
The remodeler on site will be happy to answer your questions. In addition, literature for many of the event sponsors will be available in the garage area of each of the homes.
What else should I know about the Luxury Remodeling Tour?
Food, beverages, strollers, photography, and smoking are prohibited inside the homes. Bring address labels or business cards for quick registration for prizes.
What's the refund policy?
Refunds are not being issued at this time.
Browse Projects on This Year's Tour
A remodeled bathroom in this Stillwater home features rift-cut oak cabinetry and woodwork scribed to stoneread more
With its dramatic exterior, unique lines and innovative floorplan, there isn't a home quite like this Minneapolis aboderead more
Bella Custom Homes weaves a modern aesthetic into the design of this Minneapolis space while still keeping its original characterread more
An updated kitchen breathes new life into this Edina homeread more
Stunning, deep-blue, Greenfield cabinetry with delicate brass “jewelry” keeps servingware organized and the eyes delighted in this Edina remodel by Bluestem Constructionread more
The wood-fired pizza oven with a custom finished steel exterior is a clear favorite in this Edina remodel by Erotas Custom Building and Shelter Architectureread more
The kitchen is now the main course for this remodeled Edina home with generous helpings of high-end finishes by AMEK, Incread more
The vintage vibe of a 1903 Excelsior home shines now that everything has been refreshed by Jones Design Buildread more
Unobstructed site lines from the front door to the scenic lake out back art the highlight of this Excelsior renovation by XPAND, Incread more