Remodeling in Minnetonka Mills


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  • Preserve Painting
    Preserve Painting’s insured and bonded crews transform surfaces indoors and out with bright new hues and preserve them with exterior power-washing services. The professionals have painted more than 750 interiors and exteriors in the Twin Cities area, applying their brushes and rollers to a variety of materials including vinyl and aluminum. Artistic workers can personalize rooms with specialty finishes such as crackle, ragging, or stripes, ideal for camouflaging escaped prisoners. Preserve Painting can also maintain a home's peripherals by staining and refinishing decks and fences or pressure washing away grit from driveways. To ensure customer satisfaction, work is backed by the company's three-year written limited warranty.
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    6125 Eden Prairie Rd
    Minnetonka, MN US
  • Schneiderman's Furniture
    When Max Schneiderman began his family’s business, it was a grocery store first and foremost. Then Schneiderman’s began to carry a few furniture items and slowly these grew to overshadow the cans of soup and produce until the furnishings finally swallowed the foodstuffs whole. Now, Schneiderman's Furniture has spread from the Iron Range to spots throughout the Twin Cities. The showrooms stock local and foreign furniture from more than 100 manufacturers. Many items in stock can be customized in color and texture to match a homeowner's current obsession with plastic flamingos.
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    1600 Annapolis Ln. N
    Plymouth, MN US
  • All American Recreation
    Open since 1972, All American Recreation has provided satisfied customers with quality game room furnishings and swimmong pool service to the entire metro area.
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    5420 Manitou Rd
    Excelsior, MN US
  • Mercury Mosaics
    When Mercedes Austin sees a piece of artwork, her imagination immediately breaks it down into pixels and rebuilds it as a tile mosaic. Recently, she executed this process by making a mosaic of a wall mural: She fabricated jagged tiles, arranged them to resemble the original, and grouted the piece together. The resulting mosaic speaks to her intuition as an artist, and also to the years she?s spent honing the craft. At Mercury Mosaics? studio, Mercedes and a team of ?tile elves? share their passion in two ways: through mosaic classes and custom installations. Classes explore all facets of mosaic creation, from cutting and gluing to grouting tiles into a pattern that resembles a real-life object or fuzzy television screen. Installations, which are fully customized to the client?s specifications, add a distinctive flair to commonly tiled areas such as bathrooms, backsplashes, and fireplaces.
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    681 17th Ave. NE
    Minneapolis, MN US
  • The Goddess of Glass
    Most students in introductory stained-glass-making classes are in search of a new hobby or a fun few hours, but not Connie Beckers. In 1995, she took such a course and soon built a career around the art of stained glass and kiln-working. Now, through The Goddess of Glass, she teaches others her craft during classes that cover the creation of jewelry, coasters, plates, and transparent overalls. She?s also been known to flex her instructional muscle as a guest artist on the DIY Network show I Hate my Kitchen, on the episode entitled Cramped Quarters, where she taught the show?s host and contractor how to make stained-glass tiles for a kitchen in the middle of remodeling. The Goddess of Glass also sells artwork and gifts out of a separate retail shop. Patrons can commission a custom piece, such as a stained-glass window, or peruse a collection of pieces by more than 80 local artisans. The shop?s staff can also advise clients who need custom framing, helping them to pick the proper matting and frame so that their Richard Nixon rookie cards really pop.
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    3243 Girard Ave N.
    Minneapolis, MN US
  • Finnstyle
    With an eye for bold design, the staff at FinnStyle curates clothing, home décor, and other goods from Finnish designers including Marimekko, Iittala, and Artek. The online store and brick-and-mortar building house wares that have been featured in magazines such as Lucky, Dwell, and The Nest. Among the items, colorful bolts of Marimekko fabric await future occupations as curtains, pillow covers, or dresses, and Kalevala jewelry designs, modeled after archeological finds from the Iron Age, form bold statement pieces for the neck, ears, and wrists.
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    160 Glenwood Ave
    Minneapolis, MN US

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