On the waterfront: Two homes blend contemporary beauty with the great outdoors
These entrepreneurs and their designs are sometimes 'off the wall,' in a good way
Can timeless be trendy? DwellStudio's first indoor-outdoor fabric line shows it can be done.
Date Book/House Party
Enjoy an armchair tour of some of the best-designed spaces in metro Detroit ... and beyond.
Designers are embracing Pantone’s color of the year — emerald — as well as the hue’s leafy, grassy siblings, whether splashed on walls, in decorative accents, or in stylish furniture.
Spring 2013 Events
Anne Strickland, this year’s rising star, is diving into some pretty creative territories.
Leonard Slatkin and Cindy McTee Slatkin settle into an easy rhythm at home.
Sure, a bottle of wine, cut flowers, or a box of candy are thoughtful hostess gifts. But a dash of creativity and fun can really make your present memorable.
Jimmy Angell’s thoughtfully chosen textiles add an additional note of serenity to this quiet Birmingham home.
It took eight years to get their 1913 Woodbridge terrace house into shape, but the work was well worth it for the happy homeowners.
Detroit’s Woodbridge Historical District is a residential vestige of Detroit’s pre-automobile Victorian era with diverse vintage architecture, old roses and lilacs from long-ago gardeners, and ample porches where residents watch the world go by.
Luciano Del Signore's home kitchen; Lori Karbal's kitchen and bath; and Stephen Knollenberg's kitchen and bath designs.
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.