Whether you're living large or just living in the moment, I'd like to put a stop to our predisposition to define the perfect home. Perfection is an interesting pursuit, but I'm not sure if it carries a unified definition anymore. As an editor of a home design magazine, I have toured all 17 of the above homes and every one of them has convinced me that it is perfect...perfect for them. I think that perfection can be anything that makes us uniquely happy, regardless of the standards our neighbors have set. At the end of the day, it's wherever and whatever you want - you're the one that has to live there.
Some of the most intriguing homes I've ever experienced were homes I would have never considered homes at all...that is until I saw how they lived in them. They're the repurposed grain elevators, garage homes, shops and everything outside the norm. Kudos to the folks with bleak budgets and creative minds - you are my superheroes.
Right now is an exciting time to rethink where you live, how you live and decide if it's working for you or dragging you down. Lately, we've been inundated with story ideas on out-of-the-box living concepts that we cannot wait to show you in the upcoming months.
This month, we are thrilled to introduce you to the new wedding venue on a farm - complete with future grain silo hotel suites. We also headed to the heart of the city for quick peek at some lofty downtown condos and an office that embraces art. You'll also see inside a hygge-inspired home, a wallcovering with an ode to spring, appetizing art, and two locals recreating their agriturismo dining experience in Tuscany. Dining in Tuscany? Now that's perfection.
Welcome to our ninth edition of Midwest Nest Magazine!
With Midwest regard,
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