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From Refined to Relaxed

Thanks to a carefree style, this traditional Bloomfield Hills home has become uniquely expressive

Par Excellence

"Less fussy with a cleaner look," is what Joann and Antonio DiMenna had in mind when they built their current home in Bloomfield Township.

Industrial Chic

Four years ago, while in the process of decorating a couple’s Bloomfield Township home, interior designer Pamela Singer Nodel, of Pamela Singer & Associates, also became their good friend.

Peaceful, Easy Feeling

Sumptuous millwork merges with a monochromatic palette to make a major impact

World-Class

Amsterdam residents and clients of interior designer Laura Zender needed to find a house in the United States, and they didn’t have a lot of time.

Modern Farmhouse

An expansive Ann Arbor property becomes the perfect backdrop for an exquisite new-build

A Place for Everything and Everyone

With lake views from nearly every room, this West Bloomfield home is a haven for a fun family of five

Labor of Love

Ann-Marie Anton’s business is named It’s Personal Design, but even she admits that a recently completed project — an approximately 6,000-square-foot new home in Grosse Pointe Farms built for her parents — was more personal than most.

Northern Beauty

Some people can spot potential, even if it involves a Bay Harbor cottage with ornate windows that block the highly sought-after views of Little Traverse Bay and Lake Michigan, and with an outdated, Victorian style.

Park It Here

Bloomfield Hills residents Kristen and David DeMuth love the outdoors. So when a three-acre property located just behind their home came on the market in 2012, they decided to purchase it.

The Gathering Place

They wanted a house where everyone could feel at home. A place where their expanding family would always want to gather for birthdays, baby showers, holidays, and any kind of celebration.

Lake Angelus Masterpiece

People tease Bloomfield Hills architect Lou DesRosiers of DesRosiers Architects that his palatial residential designs, with their walls of windows and grand entryways, remind them of hotels or museums.

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