Midwest Home
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Midwest Home

Midwest Home

Midwest Home magazine covers decorating, design, architecture, remodeling, real estate, and gardening in Minnesota.

Would't you love to soak in this white freestanding bathtub after a long day? Home by DH Homes, photo by Spacecrafting.

Cozy striped chairs pop against a beautiful dark wood floor. Home by DH Homes. Photo by Spacecrafting

A cozy pergola covers this seating Minneapolis backyard seating area. Photo by Alex Steinberg

This Minneapolis backyard utilizes small spaces to make an urban oasis. Photo by Alex Steinberg

Christian Ponder and Samantha Ponder's Excelsior home basement embraces their personal style. Photo by Susan Gilmore

Christian and Samantha Ponder's living room has a cozy grey sofa filled with nautical themed pillows. Photo by Susan Gilmore

Take a road trip picnic in style with products from martinpatrick3, J.W. Hulme, and more. Photo by TJ Turner

Mismatched chairs and a welcoming picnic table is the perfect setting for a meal outdoors. Photo by TJ Turner

The stainless-steel kitchen island serves as the modern heart of the house | Photo by Alex Steinberg

The matte finish of the oiled-ash flooring grounds the modern white rooms and complements such found-object artwork as the lattice-work tobacco-drying baskets mounted over the sofa. Photo by Chad Holder

Light-filled play area features white walls and Midcentury furniture. Architecture by CityDeskStudio, photo by Alex Steinberg

Staircase lined with reclaimed wood. Architecture by CityDeskStudio, photo by Chad Holder

The modern master bedroom is part of 1,000-square-foot second-story rambler addition created by CityDeskStudio. Photo by Alex Steinberg

A Linden Hills rambler got a modern update with the help of Minneapolis-based architecture firm, CityDeskStudio. Photo by Alex Steinberg

Antiques, like this Midcentury modern cabinet get a new life at Omforme Design by Carter Averbeck in Minneapolis. Photo by Alex Steinberg

Trove wallpaper gives a north woods backdrop for this Anode chair, designed by John Dixon. Photo by TJ Turner

The Eames recliner and Guzzini light reinforce this Midcentury modern home's retro pedigree. Photo by Wing // Canary Grey

Located in Mooney Lake, this MIdcentury modern house was built in 1950 with the help of noted architects Dale McEnary and Edwin W. Krafft of McEnary & Krafft of Minneapolis. Photo by Wing // Canary Grey

Eames molded plywood chair, Arne Jacobsen wall sconces, oriental rug, and art from Paris create the midcentury, cosmopolitan vibe. Photo by Wing // Canary Grey

A blue, French version of a Papa Bear chair gives this Midcentury modern living room a pop of color. Photo by Wing // Canary Grey