Yardhomes MN


Expanding your indoor living space is still in demand and we partnered with YardHomesMN to show you just how easy and accessible it is. Touring the CitiCabin tiny home created by YardHomesMN, visitors were able to get unique design inspiration and learn how to transform their own backyard! In addition to high design, these readymade or customizable homes are fit to your style and budget plus, they are shipped directly to site and ready to use that same day! Landscaping was provided by Mickman Brothers Inc.

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Pottery Barn Showroom

Pottery Barn Designer Rooms

Providing inspiration for your next home décor project with three different and unique design vignettes Pottery Barn showed us options from a refresh to a remodel.

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Main Stage

2023's celebrity experts Kevin O’Connor host of “This Old House” and “Ask This Old House” on PBS and Patric Richardson A.K.A. “The Laundry Guy” on HGTV and Discover +, inspired us to start and finish any home improvement project planned. Click here for more info on our Main Stage speakers.


Experts say to approach your tablescape the way you would a room. A well-designed table is not just pretty, it sets the mood and is an easy way to take entertaining at home to the next level. Visitors were inspired with table setting ideas for the year ahead, from holiday and celebrations, to outdoor and whimsical, to walk away with new ideas for their next dinner party.  

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Our attendees were able to take a relaxing stroll down our Art Walk to help  find the solutions to even the toughest blank spaces. We know the perfect final touch when designing a room is a stunning piece that will tie your vision together – and we showcased unique pieces by amazing local artisans (including Falen from KDWB!) with a variety of styles and techniques.

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UPCYCLE CHALLENGE: ReStore's Big Ideas, Small Spaces Contest

The Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a home improvement outlet where the public can shop for quality donated home furnishings, furniture, and building supplies at a fraction of the original cost. Revenue from ReStore’s two locations – Minneapolis and New Brighton - supports Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s work building, rehabbing, and repairing homes for local families.

ReStore hosted a contest to highlight Twin Citians’ crafting talents where local individuals upcycled a small item to be displayed at the show and guests were able to choose a winner. 
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