Designers offer the following thoughts on enhancing our utilitarian spaces.
A Grosse Pointe Farms Albert Kahn Tudor once owned by music publisher Jerome Remick is in harmony with history.
The home of a yoga devotee and an avid collector is a contemporary union of style and peace.
A thoughtful blending of art, vintage decoration, antique furnishings, and individual style coexists with a respectful landscape to create a suburban respite for two design-minded entrepreneurs
Interior designer Daniel L. Lonski employs flair and creative editing in showcasing the widely diverse objects of affection belonging to these Birmingham homeowners.
With its raised garden beds, walking paths, and ornamental displays of vegetables and flowers, Lafayette Greens, which is in its second growing season, provides downtown Detroit pedestrians with a respite from the office and imparts gardening inspiration for visitors.
On a 10-acre property in Harbor Springs, carefully planned outdoor rooms coexist with the natural Michigan landscape.
Landscape designers use hardscape materials and plantings to create human-scale spaces under the sky, as these Detroit Home Design Award winners reveal.
A young couple reconfigured a 1940s Grosse Pointe Shores ranch overlooking Lake St. Clair into an airy home gallery that displays their contemporary collection.
An interior designer finds his own version of Central Park living in a downtown Detroit midcentury high-rise.
Swelling flower buds in the season’s emerging landscape awaken a longing for indoor blooms.
Blooming landscapes can make us nearly swoon. Bringing the loveliness of flowers indoors requires thoughtful consideration, however, as these former Detroit Home Design Awards Rising Stars explain.
Put on some comfy kicks and enjoy a bevy of home and garden tours.
Finance executive and urban-farming proponent John Hantz also tends to an elegant crop of arts and antiques in his Indian Village estate.
A full house can be livable & sophisticated.
A homeowner’s appetite for repurposed and recycled objects takes him well beyond the kitchen.
Songs to warm your heart beside the hearth.
Hearty stew served with warm, buttered quick breads is the gastronomic equivalent of woolly mittens.
Ring the bell with a ‘bread-and-butter’ gift in hand that says ‘Thank you for having me’.
The vintage appeal of a former summer house prompted one couple to swap their contemporary digs for family memories of fishing, boating, and sledding down to the lake’s edge.