Over the past 9 years, there have been over 2,000 episodes of twin cities live dedicated to food, fashion and fun! We've covered countless cooking segments and this week we're picking out our favorite recipes! Elizabeth raves about her mom's southern fried chicken! Susie made this classic on the show in June of 2014. The recipe got tons of...
Elizabeth's mom, Interior Designer Susie Ries, shares kitchen remodel ideas with a budget of $1,000, $10,000 and $50,000.
You can connect with Susie online.
Susie is the inventor of the Paint Behind, a product to help you paint hard to reach spots. You can purchase it online.
Interior Designer, and Elizabeth's mom, Susie Ries, has a checklist of necessities and luxuries worth placing inside a guest bedroom when you host people at your house.
USB Outlet Adapter
USB Light Bulb
There are a lot of folks selling stuff out at the fair. In fact, you could decorate an entire home with all the goodies you’ll find! Interior Designer Susie Ries shows us some of the treasures she found!
Mouse Mix -- spider and mouse repellent
Interior designer, and Elizabeth's mom, Susie Ries, stopped by with solutions to make sure your outdoor space looks amazing all summer long.
Susie is the owner of Susie Ries Interiors. You can reach her here. She is also the creator of the Paint Behind. Order one online.
The recommendations in Susie's segment:
Rain fabric by...
Interior Designer, and Elizabeth's mom, Susie Ries of Susie Ries Interiors, stopped by with a guide on styling your living room with the ottoman, what she calls the most versatile piece of furniture in the home.
Interior Designer Susie Ries shares tips on how to make your couch even more cozy.
Professional Interior Designer and Elizabeth's mom, Susie Ries, scouted the Minnesota State Fair to find her favorite home decor finds!
It's time to declutter your home. Interior Designer, and Elizabeth's mom, Susie Ries, stopped by with advice on making your home feel bigger and more tidy.
Is your sofa up against the wall in your living room? Interior Designer Susie Ries says it's time to pull it out. She shares the three biggest mistakes homeowners make in decorating.