CJC@HOME: A Styled Home Shopping Experience

Dec 29, 20152
We're styling a home, and you can shop! CJC@HOME is a new construction Lennar home that we are turning into a CJC store for a day.  We'll show you how refinished and handmade furniture and decor fit perfectly into a new, modern home. You'll see how to furnish your home in an affordable, sustainable way - all while shopping locally. Style Inspiration: Industrial Farmhouse Aimee Buss from The Vintage Estate is the designer for this home, and it definitely reflects her personal style. She's created an idea palette for the home, which includes a study, family room, dining room, eat-in kitchen, mud room, planning center, three bedrooms, bathrooms, and a play room. CJC@HOME | Carver Junk Company's Styled Home Shopping Experience | Minneapolis, MN | Carver and Victoria, MN | Industrial Farmhouse | Home Design | Interior Design Event Details The "need to know" event details are here, along with a link to purchase tickets. Here's the bulleted-list version:
  • The home is in Victoria, MN.
  • Tickets are required for entry {and can be purchased online or in either store}.
  • Everything is for sale. Most items can be taken home immediately, others will need to be picked up {or delivered} on February 7th.
  • We will be restocking throughout the day, so the house will be full no matter what time you shop.
  • Local artists will be stocking a handmade market in the garage/basement areas of the house, for additional shopping options! {more details coming soon}.
We'll keep posting more as we get closer to the event! We're so excited to continue sharing the vision with you, and specific items we'll have in the home. Follow us on Instagram for more sneak peeks: @carverjunkcompany  

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Comments (2)

  • Would love to attend. Can we pre up tickets?

    Lois Ahrenholz
  • Hi Lois! Great! We have tickets available for purchase online, here: https://carverjunkcompany.com/store/?model_number=cjcathome. We hope to see you!


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