If you are an HGTV watcher (and I am!) you know that the Doory Awards are considered the Ultimate House Hunt:
Oh well, Tanek whipped up another masterpiece — this time, Chaleece Roberts and The Team changed the way we see tile and stone.
Situated between Eat Street and MCAD is grey building.
It’s happening, folks! Remember when I said Richfield looked a little bit like a hangover? That was just a couple of weeks ago and already, the city has responded to my words.
We all have causes that are near and dear to our hearts—mine are all ice cream related.
Circa 1979 Bridgeman’s in Richfield, Minn had the typical children’s menus/place mats/coloring page but I knew of no other restaurant (I was seven years old) that had the light-up order number panel over the swinging kitchen door.
I’ve watched those DQ workers operating the soft-serve machine. I’ve sensed how superior they feel. I’ve always longed for that power. But no more… thanks to (yo)gurt[lab] I can soft serve myself. MYSELF. MUHWAHAHAA!!
Would I be happier if I lived in the Tanek-designed $1,000,000 Penthouse at Harvester Lofts? Hmm, if home is where you hang your hat and home is where the heart is then my heart will be happy wherever I hang my hat. Right?
It’s time for the Tanek Holiday party! Bring your Jing Tinglers, Flu Floopers, Tar Tinkers, Who Hoovers, Gar Ginkers, Trum Tupers, Slu Slumkers, Blum Bloopers, Who Wompers, Zu Zitter Carzays, and your Who Camio Flunx on December 16th!
The National Council for Interior Design Qualification defines Interior Design as a multi- faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment.