We are cutting through the clutter and sharing mom-approved goods that will make life with your little one easier. If you're past the point of having kids, you'll be thinking, I wish I'd had that when my children were little! Here to help – Katie Blozis from bump club & beyond twin cities stopped by!
After 30 plus years of working with clients on their homes, she has some great tips like how to prevent your cotton bedsheets from becoming wrinkled. Interior designer, Susie Ries has quick trick to make your house look great!
If you've been to IKEA lately, you may have walked through their newest living room display, which is actually an exact replica of a Rosemount family's living room. The Pepinski's recently won our IKEA Co-Create contest, receiving a $1,000 IKEA gift card, and their living room was re-created inside the Twin Cities IKEA store. It serves as a...
The Twin Cities Auto Show is at the Minneapolis Convention Center through March 19th. It's the largest consumer show in the state. It's produced by the Greater Metropolitan Automobile Dealers Association of Minnesota. This year, there are 575 vehicles making it the largest in years. It's an estimated $21,000,000 in new vehicles and exhibits.
The Twin Cities real estate market is red hot, especially if you're looking to sell. If you've considered downsizing now that the kids have moved out, Julie and Daniel Desrochers from Desrochers Realty Group and Coldwell Banker Burnet share advice on what you should consider.
Do you have pieces of furniture hidden away in your basement that you think are destined for either the nearest donation center or the trash? Danielle Rose, owner of Upsy-Daisy in White Bear Lake can turn what many think is trash, into beautiful treasures.
The Spring Parade of Homes is a great way for folks to look at new builds and designs. It's also a good way to get some insight on what could be changed in your own home.
As the host of DIY Network's "Bath Crashers", Matt Muenster has tackled many challenging projects. Before his appearance at the Minneapolis Home + Garden Show, he stopped by to offer advice to viewers who sent in pictures of their problematic spaces.