As a longstanding residential architect, I’ve spent many years at various home shows. You may be wondering what shows are available in the area, and which are worth your time. In this post we will go through the 4 major home shows in Minneapolis, and which one is right for you. Read More…January 6th, 2024 by doehrmannchrisar
The Minneapolis Home & Garden Show is the final and largest home show of the year and is held in the Minneapolis Convention Center for two weekends (March 30 – April 1 & April 6 – 8, 2018). If you want to get your project rolling stop by and see us in Both #2723.
We thought it would be fun to show you how much work we go through just to meet you at each and every home show so watch the time laps video of our booth set up for the 2018 Home & Garden Show. Read More…
The Minnesota Home Expo, is in the Target Field – Delta Sky 360 legends Club this weekend, March 9-11, 2018. This comprehensive home show is new to the home show scene this year and brings together homeowners and many of the most knowledgeable and experienced remodeling and building experts in the Minneapolis area. Read More…March 10th, 2018 by doehrmannchrisar
The first major show of the season is in the rear view mirror and it’s on to St. Paul for the next stop in the home show circuit. The Minnesota Home & Patio Show is the first home show I exhibited at over 20 years ago and is held in the St. Paul River Center on February 22-25, 2018. Read More…February 22nd, 2018 by doehrmannchrisar
The Minneapolis Home & Remodeling Show is the first major home show of the home show season and is held in the US Bank Stadium on February 16-18, 2018. Be sure to go to the Home & Remodeling Show website for discounted tickets and then stop by and see me in Booth #1329. Read More…February 14th, 2018 by doehrmannchrisar
As a full-time residential architect in Minnesota, I’ve spent the last twenty years (in the fall, winter and spring) talking with people at Minneapolis home shows. They may be labeled home & garden shows or home improvement shows, but they share a focus on bringing together qualified professionals and product exhibitors to help interested homeowners find the resources to achieve their hopes and dreams for their homes.September 18th, 2017 by doehrmannchrisar
Unofficial Housing Market Indicator
November 20th, 2010 by doehrmannchrisar
To look at the attendance at the 2010 Midwest Home Show one would have to assume one of two things. Either it is a nasty fall day in which case folks are in search for a place to spend their day inside or consumer confidence regarding home improvements is up.