We’ve all spent restless nights where we can’t sleep because it’s too hot, or when the heat makes it difficult to stay asleep. Sleeping in a cool room is proven to help you sleep better and longer. It can also help you to burn more calories and improve your sensitivity to … Read More… →
We are blessed with so much beauty, creativity and diversity in our city! These rock sculptures and the “Eye Candy” sculpture are fabulous and they exhibit just a sample of what we share in our communities. Thank you, Minneapolis for making our spaces true treasures!!!
This bathroom will take you back in time. What was charming then might conflict a bit with today’s sense of design and color, but after all it is an 80 year old bungalow. And did I mention I LOVE a challenge! This main floor bathroom is part of an older … Read More… →
This foyer and living room were painted in a neutral color and depicted an older style of design. There was very little color or dynamics going on in this cozy living room. For me, color is everything in a room and is able to truly reflect the personality and feel … Read More… →
These photos represent a different kind of kitchen make-over. One that required a smaller budget, a fair amount of elbow grease, and some time and consideration on the homeowner’s part. All of that made an enormous difference in their kitchen and their home! This is a town home in Burnsville that needed … Read More… →
As a designer, I think lighting is about function for sure, but it also occupies important space in the room and therefore should be a wonderful addition to the room. My favorite places to shop for lighting is LIGHT’N UP, Southern Lights, International Market Square and Chazin Interior.
Kitchens can be one of the most expensive renovations to a home. Many are intimidated by the stress involved in such a project. When budgeting, it is hard to decide where funds should be allocated. Some items are absolutely necessary in a kitchen, such as a stove for example. A … Read More… →