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Romancing the Home

Using their resourcefulness, two young attorneys are turning their first house into a lovable home // Photographs by CJ Benninger

Because We Need a Little Christmas!

A Pleasant Ridge couple decks their halls with all things beautiful.

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

You Glow, Girl!

As abstract painter and author Leslie Masters celebrates a half-century teaching at the BBAC, her quest to capture colors continues — and the brighter, the better

Business is Blooming

Your home’s looking sleek and stylish, but if you add a bouquet or two of fresh flowers, you’ll make a romantic design statement that spans the centuries. Nature’s glory is the ultimate final touch.

Living in Art

Not too long ago, an outdated 1950s ranch home sat on a picturesque lot in Bloomfield Hills. Today the 1,500-square-foot, two-bedroom home is no more.

Fine-Craft Crusaders

If you’re that person who thinks they don’t make things like they used to, then you must check out the goods from Detroit’s Smith Shop. From hollowware to architectural metalwork, it’s the opus of...

Sparkle, Shimmer, And Shine

Asha and Madhu Duggi are in love with their lakefront home. Not just because they can take in the scenery of East Long Lake from almost every window, or enjoy the water on a pontoon boat or jet ski and cool off anytime they want, but because they designed it...

Light-ness of Being

Detroit-based abstract painter Mary Rousseaux is a woman of many contrasts; the feisty persona one encounters when they first meet the artist belies a deep tenderness that oozes from her work. Then there’s her...

Adventures in Eclectica

A Detroit-based designer provides a glimpse of her treasure-filled home

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