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Detroit Home Design Awards 2013

On March 14, Detroit's design community gathered to honor winners of 2013's Detroit Home Design Awards, sponsored by Detroit Home magazine.

3rd Annual Passover Tables

On March 13, Temple Beth El hosted its 3rd Annual Passover Tables Event to raise funds while showing off creatively inspired and designed Passover-themed tablescapes.

Scott Shuptrine Grand Opening 2013

On March 7, Scott Shuptrine Interiors celebrated its grand opening at its premier location next to Art Van on Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak.

Michigan Design Center - Tips & Trends for 2013

EW Kitchens / Extraordinary Works - Tips & Trends - Budgeting Your Kitchen Remodel

Ray Lighting Centers - Lighting Tips - Tips & Trends

A Cut Above

Craftspeople build a following for locally made custom furniture.

In Residence: Leonard Slatkin and Cindy McTee Slatkin

Leonard Slatkin and Cindy McTee Slatkin settle into an easy rhythm at home.

Winter Calendar

Party Poppers

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.

A Soft Touch

Jimmy Angell’s thoughtfully chosen textiles add an additional note of serenity to this quiet Birmingham home.

A Row House Renovation

It took eight years to get their 1913 Woodbridge terrace house into shape, but the work was well worth it for the happy homeowners.

Inside Stories

It’s often said we shape our rooms and our rooms shape us.

Graphic Flow

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

A Neighborhood for All Seasons

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.

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.
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