Brother and sister duo, Philip and Katlyn, started Hedge House Furniture in 2009 with the goal of bringing high-end, hardwood furniture to the public at an affordable price.
Listen, skim milk is simply water with a thread of dairy mixed in it. The only liquid that can be qualified as actual milk involves percentages from one to two, and any combination of the following words: chocolate, buttermilk, whole, raw, unpasteurized. After consumption, milk cartons need to be thoroughly rinsed and properly recycled. Then, the […]
Working at the crossroads of art, architecture and activism, Kevin Tousignant has created beautiful and thought provoking pieces that can hopefully bring people together to have open and productive discussions about our most precious resource, water.
Klafeta was kind enough to take over the Modern Midwest Instagram account for the afternoon and her photos did not disappoint. Check out our recap.
“Ingenuity and community lie at the center of all that Bon Bon Bon does. The process of coming up with new flavors to rotate into their 57-flavor lineup is one of many examples of these things in action. Everyone has a voice in creating the flavors and the inspiration can come from anywhere.”
In our exclusive Twitter interview with Nathan Oma of Leather Works Minnesota, we discuss the family-owned company’s humble beginnings, their current production, what they love about Saint Paul and more.
Sanborn Canoe Co. is making a big splash in the outdoor recreation category. From handcrafted canoe paddles to wool beanies inspired by the wool toques French fur traders wore, this Minnesota born and bred company has everything to outfit your next adventure in beautiful form.
After dropping out of college to open a retail store, Christian Resiak decided to reroute his career path and take up leather making in his home state of Indiana. His store, Howl and Hide Supply Co., was founded in 2015, and specializes in hand crafted goods and accessories.
Neyer started to create a body of art, approaching work more like an exhibit: his new collection is called Stuff – they’re functional pieces of art-sculptures with a household purpose.
Paul Miller of 7m Woodworking creates pieces that cannot be found anywhere else.