Tips for understanding what’s next in the home buying/selling process.
BLUE Painting is a local painting company with an affinity for color— and the evidence is written in their name.
“Carpentry is a noble trade,” says local Handyman Connection owner Nate Bruen. Bruen works on an array of jobs, but the most common are bathroom updates, deck repairs and deck builds, installing laminate flooring and the infamous honey-do lists.
Owner of Lenox House Design Jennifer Horstman found a natural fit in the interior design industry.
After 11 years in the residential design and building industry, award-winning Allison Landers discovered a void: Consumers needed an industry insider to advocate on their behalf in the unfamiliar territory of contracts and project terminology.
In recent years, a new kind of home has taken root in the fertile soil, aka concrete, of Uptown Minneapolis and the West End of St. Louis Park.
If the kitchen is the heart of the home, where better to invest? Meet Minneapolis designer Kate Roos of Kate Roos Design. It’s her job to turn kitchens into usable and meaningful spaces. The key, she says, is balance. Balance between homeowners’ needs, space and aesthetic.
Even before Lisa and Steve Shepherd decided to put their remodeling plans for their St. Louis Park 1939 Cape Cod home into action, they knew they wanted to work with Anchor Builders.
When it comes to getting a mortgage, people often come with a lot of questions. Brad Huegel, mortgage supervisor at SharePoint Credit Union, with locations throughout the metro including one in St.
Light is a subject on the minds of many Minnesotans come March. We know the worst of winter is behind us, but spring’s freshness is still a wait away. Two St. Louis Park business owners offer tips on brightening your home to add beauty until the sun is back with us again, and well beyond.
At first glance, it’s an unassuming house for sale on a quiet cul-de-sac in the Lake Forest neighborhood of St. Louis Park. According to architectural historian Jane King Hession, this may well have been Frank Lloyd Wright’s preference: he valued privacy and the privacy of his clients.