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Happenings in the Design Industry

The Wonders of Woodworking

In Clint Parker's Oakland County garage studio, stunning furniture is in the works

Lucky Charm

Becoming a veritable 'house detective,' a homeowner stumbles upon a captivating discovery — her home is a 1921 Albert Kahn-designed beauty

Handsome Haute

Plaids, leathers, metals, woods, and deep, rich tones — more guy-approved accessories

The Art of Baking

Homemade treats chock-full of Michigan apples, peaches, and more taste better when they’re prepared in handmade bakeware

Canine Chic

Hunt down some fetching elements for your home and watch Fido wag his tail nonstop

In Residence

In Good Taste - Home is where the heart — and art — is for interior designer Elizabeth Fields

Masculine Edge

These days, interior design and accents mirror male preferences like never before

Pure Michigan-Inspired

Great Lakes elements sail onto mood boards, finding harbor in a variety of interiors

Outdoor Elements

Cherry orchards, trillium, sand, and seaglass ... here, more from Michigan’s treasure chest of home accents

In Residence

"This is How I Roll"

Everything in its Place

These organization tips help life run smoother, morning ’til night. Finding the hairspray, changing baby’s diaper, and whipping up a salad were never easier

A Cut Above

Craftspeople build a following for locally made custom furniture.

Graphic Flow

Prints, patterns, numbers, words, and letters spell bold décor for any room.

Cover Story

One wallcovering with staying power is the classic sunshiny-yellow Baldwin Bamboo pattern from Scalamandré.

Trend Report

These experts have it covered with tips for using fabric, whether it’s to brighten or soften a room, to absorb sound, or simply add texture.

Recipes for Style

Finishes, fixtures, organization & a dash of personality.

Mirror Image

Mirrors may give us an honest, unadorned look at ourselves, but in décor, they can sometimes be used to deceive.

In Stitches

Home furnishings and personal accessories benefit from the visual and textural interest of embroidery

In Residence: Stanley and Judy Frankel

Stanley and Judy Frankel cultivate their love of folk art at a farmhouse retreat
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