Recently we've shared a look into the bedrooms of Americans, and today the house tour continues. This time it's thanks to a Milwaukee-based photographer called Lois Bielefeld, who traveled the States (and parts of Luxembourg) documenting people during their Weeknight Dinners, revealing the amazing variety of people and their habits.


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“I’m super nosy about people’s habits,” Lois explained to Feature Shoot. “I’ve always craved going into people’s homes- it’s inspiring, curious. It gives so many sometimes subtle and sometimes blatant insights about someone.”

Some of the people you see have already been featured in her other projects, but others are complete strangers to the photographer, found online and through old-fashioned info bulletins.

The only instructions Bielefeld shared with everyone was to go about their dinner plans as they normally would on any given weeknight, capturing the ordinary meals and the casualness of the whole thing.

While Lois suspected that some people did put extra effort in preparing for that particular dinner, she doesn't mind, because it only gives the series new layers to explore.

More info: Lois Bielefeld (h/t: demilked)