Dormer Addition Brings New Life to Minneapolis Home

March 26, 2010 in Minneapolis

With a cramped master bedroom in the attic and no room nearby for a baby nursery, Doug and Ann Thielen of Minneapolis were faced with the age old dilemma: to move or not to move? They opted not to move and instead used the slanted... read full post →

Minneapolis Couple Finds Beauty & Relaxation in Forest Home Remodel

March 26, 2010 in Minneapolis

The leisurely drive to Medina, a half hour west of Minneapolis, is relaxing enough to rid you of the big-city traffic paranoia, and slow things down to a comfortable pace. The Engel’s home—nestled in a patch of forest near... read full post →

Turning a Depressing Kitchen into the Happenin’ Guest Hangout

February 18, 2010 in Minneapolis

Every remodel job has its unique challenges. For one Minneapolis family, they had a challenge that went something like this. They wanted a fully functional kitchen. In fact, it had to be more functional than it was before. Additionally,... read full post →

Dreamy Colonial Home Gets a Few Modern Updates

January 08, 2010 in Minneapolis

Christine Albertsson and Todd Hansen are intrepid modern-day explorers. OK, not really. They’re actually an average couple who were checking out south Minneapolis’s Minnehaha Creek when – Eureka! – they came across a... read full post →

Kitchen & Bath Remodel Ideas for the Sophisticated Minneapolis Homeowner

December 29, 2009 in Minneapolis

Minneapolis is a city of distinction and sophistication. And homeowners want houses that reflect the urbanity of the area. Here are some tips from savvy homeowners who have produced showcase-quality living spaces, with ideas that you may... read full post →
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