Hirshfield’s At Home Magazine


Spring and fall. That’s when our lifestyle magazine is published and the fall issue of Hirshfield’s at Home magazine is out and about at our stores. Pick up a complementary copy or view it online right here. Gather decor inspiration, ponder all the paint colors shown, cook a new recipe, or just enjoy looking at all the pretty pictures.

What to look for in the 2019 Fall issue:

    • Hirshfield’s 2020 Color Forecast and Color of the Year (Think Idris Elba’s shirt in his Stella Artois® commercial)
    • Get to know the creative genius behind Pine Cone Hill and Dash & Albert — Annie Selke
    • Delve into the dark and dramatic side of Benjamin Moore’s paint colors
    • Four home redesigns each with a unique vibe
    • Travel to Salem, Massachusetts on our dime
    • A cartology craft and recipe or two

Take a moment for yourself and enjoy.



If you haven’t already picked up your fall issue of Hirshfield’s At Home lifestyle magazine, at one of our stores, you can view it online right here! If you’re a fan of magazines I’d recommend picking up a copy — the cover is printed on thick stock and filled with awesome photos and excellent articles.

What to look for in this issue:

  • Hirshfield’s 2019 Color Forecast welcomes you to the magazine!
  • Homes of four families and how they created their spaces to merge with their lifestyles (The Forever Home family is from the Twin Cities).
  • Powder Rooms—an inspiring piece on using paint, pattern, and prints.
  • Benjamin Moore’s Timeless Neutrals.
  • Recipes, travel, and DIY round out the magazine.

Have fun!

Since Frank and Elizabeth Hirshfield opened their first store in 1894, it has been our mission to do the best job possible meeting customer needs and solving customer problems. Hirshfield’s. People and products you can trust.



3 Responses
  1. Paula

    Can you tell me the name of the company where I can purchase the front door on Page 62 of Hirshfields at home “color of the year. Light pink color.

    1. marsha

      I sent an email off to the publisher for verification. What do you think of First Light, Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year? Looks close.


    2. marsha

      Sorry, Paula I did not read your comment correctly. If you are in the Twin Cities you should try Scherer Bros. I went to the showroom in Hopkins and saw all the options available, spoke with a salesperson, etc. I had three custom interior doors made because my house is old and I have wonky door sizes. My contractor compared Scherer Bros with one of the big box custom options and Scherer Bros. was slightly less expensive. I also would rather support a locally owned family business. If you are not in town try your local lumber yard and they may be able to help or at least point you in the right direction.

      Bauer Bros in Mpls is a salvage company with remodeling and construction materials taken out of old homes and buildings. You may be able to find an old door there.

      I will send the publisher another email and ask if by chance they know the mfg. of the door.



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