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Restoring our 1906 home in Inglewood CA on a budget

Mission:Inspiration- Minneapolis Institute of Art


On a recent trip to Minneapolis, I had the pleasure of visiting the Minneapolis Institute of Art (MIA) and wandering around alone for an entire day. Minneapolis and St. Paul proudly boast several Prairie School landmarks; therefore, MIA was even fortunate enough to install a Frank Lloyd Wright entryway in its entirety in the museum.

I’ve included some images snapped with my phone of some of the most striking arts and crafts (or, in one case, Art Nouveau) pieces I spotted around MIA. Though the chairs in these images look boxy and uninviting, I’d wager they’re quite functional and comfortable in reality!



Author: Morgan | Culture | Meredith

Morgan Meredith writes about mental health, travel, and tech, based on her own experiences. Morgan left her job at a tech startup in 2017 to travel the world, and hasn’t stopped! She’s passionate about making travel as accessible for people with mental health challenges as it is for those who are nerotypical. She is also an outspoken advocate for destigmatizing mental health. Morgan received an MFA from Washington University in St. Louis, and a BFA and BA at Bradley University. Hire Morgan for your project or speaking engagement at

3 thoughts on “Mission:Inspiration- Minneapolis Institute of Art

  1. Frank loved to create spaces. Even the chairs are spaces, almost like little cozy rooms.

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  2. I live it! I love it all!


  3. Hi Morgan: Thanks for sending this – very interesting. Minneapolis is a very nice city isn’t it. I have a cousin and we have a hephew who lives there. Wonder if you and Jonathan might have the time to come out here and join Grampa and me for lunch when you’re in town. I don’t know when you’re coming but I think Carey said you’ll be leaving the 28th. Please let me know. Love you, Gramma Jo

    Sent from my iPad



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