Home Shows

The Home Show

Talk to Chris at the Home Show

Each year we participate in the most popular home shows in the Twin Cities: The Minneapolis Home & Remodeling Show, The Minneapolis Lake Home & Cabin Show, and The Minneapolis Home & Garden Show. If you are planning a project or are looking for ideas, a home show is the perfect place to stop in and talk to Chris about your new home, addition or remodeling project. (More)


Upcoming Home Shows

Minneapolis Home & Remodeling Show

Home & Remodeling Show: Booth #929, February 4-6, 2022

The Minneapolis Home & Remodeling Show, which is at the US Bank Stadium, is the first major show of the year and your first opportunity to start planning your project for 2022. Get inspired and get started with tons of inspiration and helpful tips to take your home from what you thought was good enough to fantastic. During the three-day show, you can shop, compare and save with hundreds of experts in remodeling your kitchen and bath, décor, flooring and more.

Clint Harp is a husband, dad, carpenter, business owner, tv personality, author, and speaker who’s on a journey which he never could have dreamed up. He could be found for all 5 seasons of the HGTV hit show Fixer Upper as the dumpster diving, reclaimed wood loving carpenter building whatever renowned designer Joanna Gaines could dream up. Now Clint is traveling the country with a brand new show, Restoration Road with Clint Harp on the Magnolia Network, telling the stories of amazing structures which are close to destruction and of the people with the skills and guts to bring them back to life. Appearing Friday at 4pm and Saturday at 11am only.




Watch Jonathon Weiss, of Interiors International, interview Chris Doehrmann, AIA, at the Home & Garden Show about Why do I need an architect?

“People always ask me, ‘why do I need an architect?’ The answer is simple, being able to live the way you want in your home. You will spend hundreds of thousands of dollars – why would you want to wake up in your home every day with a list of things you wish you had done differently?” -Chris Doehrmann, AIA