Once listed as a teardown, this Mid-century home, afloat in a woodland setting, was completely restored
Clarkston restaurateurs’ home reflects the same warm welcome as their popular eatery
An 1882 Detroit Victorian gets an ultra-chic makeover with an accent on historic features and contemporary upgrades
The style pendulum swings toward both classic East Coast and modern family living at this Grosse Pointe Farms home
Where there once were lots of bushes and wildflowers, the exterior of this Grosse Pointe Farms home now includes a new paint color, fewer hedges, and an updated and edited design.
The most successful homes take their inspiration from and reflect the people who live there, says Jill Schumacher, of Rariden Schumacher Mio in Birmingham.
The first thing your eye is drawn to on the third floor of Lisa and Ennio Petrella’s cottage is a pair of swivel chairs. Your first thought is likely to be, “I wish I were sitting there!”
When Cari Cucksey and her husband, Vincenzo “Vince” Iafano, first were considering whether to purchase an old bank building in Holly, they were under the impression that the structure dated back to 1919.
After living in a clean-lined home with an open floor plan, Muir Frey and his partner, Pamela Herbster, were ready to head in a different direction. Their wish was granted when Frey came across a French Provincial-style house in Ann Arbor on the Huron River in the Barton Hills neighborhood.
There’s Mid-century Modern, and then there’s mid-century mediocre. Unfortunately, homes built during the 1950s and 1960s can have elements of both, says John Rattray...