2019 Home + Garden Collection

Whether you're building a home from the blueprints of your dreams or remodeling a house to suit your family's needs and wants, we want to help you relax.

Art holds a special place in the home, but it can be hard to choose exactly what you want on the wall. The fact is, there are no rules to art. Your walls should be a reflection of your tastes and the things you love.

Moving is rarely a pleasant experience. While it often signifies a brand-new adventure, it can be time-consuming and frustrating, and it requires a lot of patience.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for Edina resident Elvi Bankey, who spends up to two months adorning her home with a beautiful display of antique Christmas decorations. Bankey has always enjoyed decorating for the holidays. “It’s a happy time of year,” she says.

Sitting around the dining room table, you’d think Sing and Sk Lo are old friends with Mark Oehlke. And, actually, they kind of are.

If you’re reluctant to host a porch party because your patio furniture is worn or you don’t have enough seating, Cindy Erdall and Deb Peterson, associate designers for Gabberts, can help.

 Red kitchen accents are among the many stylish design elements of this urban farmhouse by Refined, LLC.

Two years ago, Marta and Brian Drew toured house after house hoping to find a workable space for their family. Marta’s friend Angie Porter may have nudged the Drews away from buying an existing home and toward building a new one. Actually, it was Angie’s kitchen that persuaded Marta.

When Jim Rubin returned from his morning jog a number of years ago, the first thing he told his wife Laura was, “I just noticed that my all-time favorite house in Edina is for sale!” And he suggested they take a look at it.

The Edina Historical Society sponsored an extensive historic homes tour in September. Take a look inside some of Edina's most stately residences. All photos by Dianne Plunkett Latham, Dan Latham and Marci Matson.

Jeff Schoenwetter of JMS Custom Homes donates his services to the University of St. Thomas education house in Edina.

With two days to go before Thanksgiving last year, the team of builders from JMS Custom Homes worked diligently to set the roof trusses on an Edina home that won’t just benefit a family, but, hopefully, the next generation of real estate leaders.

The new year presents an opportune time to tackle a resolution. Among top resolutions is organizing one’s space. The office in particular presents a challenge for many.