Omaha Home is both its own magazine and an expanded section of Omaha Magazine dedicated to bringing you the best Omaha homes, neighborhoods, and home-related businesses! The magazine spotlights unique and beautiful homes in the Omaha area and its owners. Each issue also features a mix human-interest pieces, including architect/designer/builder profiles, hot products, maintenance columns, room spotlights, landscaping columns, neighborhood profiles, home transformations, home happenings, mortgage columns, new business stories, green design features, and many more!

For questions about editorial, contact Omaha Home contributing editors Sandy Matson or Angie Hall.

The Wigert Residence

December 5, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Home

On a winding drive, in the northwest Omaha neighborhood of Hidden Creek, sits a residential showcase of contemporary green architecture. The newest addition to the neighborhood is Christine and Ben Wigert’s sleek home. Designed by […]

Downsizing Home Cameos

November 17, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Home

When Oscar-winning filmmaker Alexander Payne prepares a film, he not only auditions actors but locations, too. The writer-director insists on actual locations whenever possible. When he films in his hometown of Omaha, he’s extra keen […]

Holiday Over the Old Market

Posted In: Home, Omaha Home

Mary Jochim’s penthouse-level condominium in the A.K. Riley Building at 10th and Douglas streets boasts exceptional views of the Gene Leahy Mall and Old Market to the south and an unmatched eastern view of the […]

Mantel Makeover

Posted In: DIY Project, Omaha Home

There’s something inviting and whimsical about a fireplace—faux or real. I love the way it adds an artistic element to a wall. Even more, it’s a perfect fit for this holiday issue. Who doesn’t like […]

How to Make Frozen Aronia Berry Wine

November 14, 2017 · Posted In: Omaha Home

If you’re anything of a forager, after summer and fall, you have a freezer full of frozen berries. They can keep for a long time, and it’s easy to pick more than is necessary once […]

Sunset Hills: Once-Upon-A-Time Suburban Fringe

November 8, 2017 · Posted In: Neighborhoods, Omaha Home

What do the Meat Puppets and Omaha have in common? Sunset Hills and local millionaire Carl Renstrom. Renstrom, who died in November of 1981, left behind two grandchildren—Curtis and Christopher Kirkwood—who founded the Meat Puppets […]

One Year, Big Life Changes

November 3, 2017 · Posted In: Home, Omaha Home

After the honeymoon, married couples often ask themselves, “What were we thinking?” My clients Bryan and Revé Behrens can relate to the quandary from their newly remodeled home. Roughly two years ago, Revé contacted me. […]

2017 ASID Awards

Posted In: Home, Omaha Home

Great interior design can turn any home into a showcase. Whether a person’s tastes run traditional or contemporary, whether a person prefers bright colors or a neutral palette, professional interior designers can turn ideas into […]

Little Steps

October 24, 2017 · Posted In: At Home, Omaha Home

Blair Hagmann wanted to help redecorate the house. One chubby hand snatched the cream-colored privacy curtain near the front door. This blue-eyed and blonde-haired beauty missed the first few times, stumbled, but didn’t give up. […]

Staircase to a Magical Mural

October 15, 2017 · Posted In: Art, Omaha Home

A house hunting expedition 30 years ago, spurred by the needs of their growing family, eventually led Maureen and Jim Waldron to tour a Spanish-style home of ivory stucco on South 56th Street between Farnam […]


 
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