Nicole Hvidsten

Deputy Design Director/Features
Phone: 612-673-7563
The long and winding road of journalism has taken Nicole on many journeys -- literally. After working at papers throughout the country as a reporter, editor and designer, she has happily settled into her current role as one of the leaders of the Star Tribune design team, specializing in the lifestyle and entertainment sections.

Recent content from Nicole Hvidsten

Photo gallery:The Perennial Plate: A grand adventure

Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine are the creators of the online series "The Perennial Plate," looking at food traditions across...

Updated: August 14, 2013, - 03:15 PM

Photo gallery:At home with style

A look at the husband-and-wife team behind Pierrepont Hicks.

Updated: November 16, 2012, - 05:55 PM

Photo gallery:British accents

The new Andrew Martin store in Edina is a melting pot of design and style.

Updated: November 12, 2012, - 08:02 AM

Photo gallery:A look at quick fashion fixes

From hems and wraps to collars and lapels, check out these faux pas fixed with fashion tape.

Updated: August 20, 2012, - 04:37 PM

Photo gallery:Baking central: Refrigerator cakes, step-by-step

Refrigerator cakes offer a tasty slice of summer.

Updated: July 25, 2012, - 04:42 PM

Photo gallery:Refrigerator cake: Keep your options open

While we think that whipped cream and berries is one of summer's best combos for this cake, several other variations...

Updated: July 25, 2012, - 03:21 PM

Photo gallery:Looking back on a delicious year

Rick Nelson dishes about his favorite dishes of 2011 -- plus 10 more worth raving about.

Updated: February 01, 2012, - 02:56 PM

Photo gallery:How to make a cream puff

A step-by-step guide to making cream puffs with raspberry-whipped cream filling.

Updated: May 11, 2010, - 05:07 PM

Photo gallery:AIA Home: An urban farmstead

A Minneapolis architect's Dutch Colonial renovation captures the simplicity of farm life in the middle of the city.

Updated: May 02, 2010, - 08:01 AM

Photo gallery:Dormer done right

A Minneapolis couple wanted to make room for a nursery in their bungalow. Instead of building on, they went up, adding a dormer, which gave them the space they needed at a price they could afford.

Updated: April 10, 2010, - 12:34 PM

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