Homes

A living room remodeled by Jayne Morrison Interiors, featuring a tan sofa with purple and tan throw pillows, a purple chair, a glass top coffee table and many accent pieces.

Designer Jayne Morrison shares a few of-the-moment trends she’s hearing a lot about right now—and ways to bring them home without breaking the bank.

So when does the spring market really start? January—it always takes longer to get your home ready than you think. If you haven’t started yet, contact your agent, because he or she will have great resources to help you get the property ready.

The Vanderheyden home, which we featured in our September issue that was furnished by local remodeling company Mingle, caught the attention of more than just our editorial staff—it’s being featured in the Par

You might say the definition of optimism is to build a pool in Minnesota. Jonathan Durant, retail sales manager for Performance Pools in Plymouth, has done a lot of business with optimists—and with the somewhat more practical purchasers of hot tubs and spas.

Plymouth-based Dominium recently has been on the forefront of Twin Cities news, with high-profile development projects.

Roell Painting is a family-owned and -operated business based in Plymouth, and its principals, Nick Roell and Isaac Vogel, offer these tips for a quick interior spruce up before holiday entertaining begins.

Dan Vanderheyden knows that downsizing doesn’t have to be a dirty word. After raising three children in Plymouth, he and his wife Julie decided to start fresh. Their goal was to create a beautiful, smaller space that fit their needs.

After much anticipation, a new senior living community will soon open in Plymouth.

Spring serves up a menu of some of nature’s best offerings. The season reawakens a love for all things fresh and effortless. Longer, brighter days shed new light on home entertaining.

There's a sense of pride that comes with being a hardy Minnesotan, embracing the winter chill and getting outdoors this time of year. Increasingly, homeowners are taking this trend to a new level by designing their backyard hardscapes for year-round use, focusing on fire features.

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