In the private dining room of the Bachelor Farmer restaurant, part of Peer House, a new dining-retail development, the hand-crocheted afghans were sourced from around the world. Photography by Bruce Damonte.
A vintage Persian rug, James Dayton Design’s custom tables of plywood and repurposed machine-stand bases, and a Carlos Amorales print above the Carrara marble mantel also outfit the library. Photography by John Reed Forsman.
The living room, one of the event spaces, is paneled in plywood and furnished with custom sofas by Janet Gridley and a needlepoint deer head over the fireplace by Fr.d.rique Morrel. Photography by John Reed Forsman.
Tapping into Minnesota’s Scandinavian roots, a collection of oils by unknown Swedish artists hangs on a wall of the living room, where leather-upholstered chairs surround a custom game table by Gridley. Photography by Bruce Damonte.
Vinyl packing tape embellishes the ground-floor windows of the 1881 masonry building. PhotoVinyl packing tape embellishes the ground-floor windows of the 1881 masonry building. Photography by John Reed Forsman.graphy by John Reed Forsman.
This passageway connecting the living room to the rec room shows the patina on the original brickwork; the flooring here and throughout is Douglas fir, which was existing but resanded and sealed. Photography by Bruce Damonte.