home & garden
The home was designed by Clarence H. Johnston, the architect behind Glensheen Mansion and other grand homes.
The rock-filled space beneath a deck was transformed into a screened-in porch with cement flooring.
Some jays overwinter here and were busy stocking their food caches.
A husband's DIY project got him off the hook for buying his wife presents.
Do you love the look of an industrial space?
What you get for the money in Edina, St. Paul and Oak Park Heights.
Pint-size owls, just 8 1/2 inches tall, might have nested right in your own backyard.
The condo boasts the only walkout and multi-story unit in the building.
The gardens of Perspectives Inc. not only feed families emerging from homelessness, but also serve as educational and nutritional tools.
Transformation included fresh paint and new appliances.
Design challenge was striking a balance between creating a sense of family community while respecting boundaries.
Glitter of gold can help add luster to nearly any room of the home.
An exhibit of his paintings is on view at the Great Lakes Aquarium.
The designer, florist, TV personality and drag queen manages to pack his expansive sense of style into his modest Minneapolis home.
The bunk bed, born two centuries ago as an austerity measure, is living in some splendor. For country homes, luxury hotels and yachts, architects and…
The 23rd-floor unit overlooks downtown and has seen many soirees.
What you get for the money in Columbia Heights, Minneapolis and West St. Paul
"It's an ill wind that blows no good," a proverb dating to 1546 (John Heywood) does have a different take.In no way to lessen the…
Bees and wasps can drive hummingbirds away from feeders, but there's a work-around for that.
Ed Borchardt wanted a natural yard, filled with native plants and flowers that would provide a haven for birds, bees, butterflies and other wildlife. The…