Timeless Creations, was created by a mother-daughter duo who share the same tastes, inspirations, style and point-of-view. Vicki and Kristen love how their collaboration brings so many ideas to the forefront. They also enjoy mixing antique with new items as well as different styles to blend a space perfectly. So if you love home decor, learning new ways to style a room, or you’re a do-it-yourselfer stick around! We have great furniture makeover tutorials that can walk anyone through a project of their own.
Kristen and her husband just moved back to the Minnesota area after living in St. Louis for 4 years. She is enjoying being much closer to her family now. They recently brought home a yellow lab named Kirby and just had a daughter, who both keep them busy! Kristen loves mixing decorating styles, she likes to take antique farmhouse pieces and put them with rustic crates or shabby chic/ornate items.
Vicki and her husband have enjoyed living on the family farm for around 20 years now. They were able to design, add on, and remodel the house to make it their home. She has 4 children and two granddaughters. Vicki has always enjoyed refinishing and painting her own furniture and decor and has now turned her hobby into a business. Even though she now has an empty nest, she enjoys spoiling Kirby’s sister Kali who is also a yellow lab. Vicki loves the French style, but also enjoys farmhouse and antique pieces.
Here at Timeless Creations, we enjoy painting furniture, restyling rooms, and trying techniques that give our pieces a touch of elegance. All of our pieces are custom styled and therefore all are unique. One of our biggest projects was to tackle a medium sized kitchen where we added molding to the cabinet doors and painted the frame and cabinet door and then glazed everything to give it an upscale look. We are very proud of how the kitchen turned out and it was such a huge change for the client!
Decorating is also a passion of ours. French provincial is our favorite style which we love incorporating into our own homes. We take inspiration from those antique looks and love the curvature and ornate details of those furniture pieces. However, we embrace and love farmhouse, antique, shabby chic, and rustic pieces as well.