I am often contacted for help with three “problem” areas that are easily filled due to over-owning, forgetfulness or procrastination. Let’s get organized.
The past few years has seen an outcry from people wanting to preserve the historic nature of Excelsior’s built environment. The pique of property rights versus protectionist efforts colided when Greg and Carrie Larson desired
Our homes are our havens. This is the place where children grow up, meals are shared and memories are made.
When the Richard S. Davis house—commissioned by the eponymous curator cum director of the Minneapolis Institute of Art (MIA)—came on the market in 2002, Bob Nelson and his wife, Carolyn, didn’t think twice. “We didn’t even look at anything else.
Imagine hardly a work day goes by without someone prefacing a conversation with, “I know this may be a strange question …” For Sharon Stillman, that’s just another day at the office.
Many of us found ourselves spending more time at home and missing travel in 2020.
Organizing is so much more than filling up well-labeled plastic bins. It can be both decorative and thematic. Use items you already have, and think outside the (plastic) box.
Charming lakeside town with boutique shopping, eclectic dining and quaint seasonal events seeks guests from near and far—sounds like a match in hospitality heaven.
Like owners’ lives, homes evolve—accommodating changing lifestyles and evolutions in home designs and décor.
Who doesn't need some assistance and inspiration when it comes to wrapping a home in the holiday spirit?