In only nine months, homeowners Emily Berger-Crawford and her husband, Chris Crawford, have transformed their 1936 Tudor-style home from not-so-great to so-great.
Come the holiday season, Christine Harriss decks the halls in and around her French Country Tudor-style house in Birmingham, where she and her husband have lived since 2000.
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...
After living for years in large houses with lots of decorative accents, interior designer Kathleen McKay decided to begin a new chapter in her book of homes. She did away with most of her furnishings and accessories, and kept only those items she loved and needed.
It was just an average bungalow, probably built in the late 1940s. But it had enviable attributes that appealed to the young family who purchased it in the summer of 2015.
Loren Weiner says her passion for everything Mid-century Modern began when her in-laws gifted her with an Eames lounge chair in 2005.
More space and a better pace. Both were on Michelle Adams’ wish list when the New Yorker decided to return to her home state in 2014.
Interior designer Lisa Petrella, of Petrella Designs in Birmingham, certainly didn’t skimp when orchestrating the interiors for a recent Nantucket-style new-build project on a beautiful Oakland County lake.
In 2001, Bill and Annette Royce purchased a typical plain-Jane, brick-and-shingle ’50s ranch house that was located in Bloomfield on a corner lot just across the street from the 18th hole of Oakland Hills Country Club’s South course.
Vera and Tom Ruczynski longed for the days when they could hop on their beloved bicycles and peddle into town. The couple, who had raised their family in a beautiful 5,000-square-foot house with a pool and two-and-a-half groomed acres, was ready for a lifestyle change