Artful Built-Ins

The Purcell-Cuts house, maintained by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, is an architectural gem. Built in 1915, the home is loaded with built-in furniture designed to be functional and flexible. Pictured is a bedroom nook modeled after a sleeping car on a train, with a lofted bed, folding desk and hidden storage. You can tour the house online or in person, courtesy of the MIA.