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The (Town) House That Mies Built

This couple loves everything Detroit’s Lafayette Park offers: simplicity, diversity, and serenity in the center of the city

The Treehaus

Once listed as a teardown, this Mid-century home, afloat in a woodland setting, was completely restored

Shirley's Temple

A former Bloomfield-based interior designer is right at home in Detroit's Griswold building

Gorgeous Gourds

Pumpkins pop with the colors of fall

Gathering Spaces

These lower-level chill spots feature the best in basement renovations

Hearts of the Home

Their owners agree: The best part about autumn is spending more time in these five kitchens

The Blacksmith From Hell

James Roth crafts custom metalwork for extraordinary homes

Artistry at Home

Eclecticism meets coziness at painter Melissa Jones’ house and studio

Bulletin Board: Falling for Fall

Farmers markets’ bounty, stylishly durable dog beds, and rustic cottage furniture made from branches

The Big Yellow Bowl

Whenever I use my mother’s big yellow Pyrex bowl (circa the late 1960s/1970s), I recall scenes of cozy kitchens and think of her everyday, practical must-haves.

Upgrade to Upscale

What’s up in kitchen design

Orange Pop!

It may evoke an autumnal mood, but this red-yellow tone also leads us to Mid-century musings

Cass & York

The Stott

Vinton

Great Lakes Tower at Harbortown

City Modern

Tradition with a Wow!

The style pendulum swings toward both classic East Coast and modern family living at this Grosse Pointe Farms home

All in the Family

Clarkston restaurateurs’ home reflects the same warm welcome as their popular eatery

Brush Park Beauty

An 1882 Detroit Victorian gets an ultra-chic makeover with an accent on historic features and contemporary upgrades
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