Detroit Home Winter 2014 Digital Edition
Detroit Home – Winter 2014
Gather ‘Round the Table
“Being present with one another at the dinner table is a gift that will keep on giving for many years to come.”
Bulletin Board – Winter 2014
Head of the Table: Scott Shuptrine Design Manager Whitney Kane (right) and her team fashioned a stunning tablescape (above) for the annual Dining by Design event. Her first selection was an emerald green table from Scott Shuptrine. She complemented the green with a black-and-white motif, capping all with an elaborate table runner. “We have been planning this table since July,” she […]
An enchanting garden shop in Genesee County blooms with handmade wreaths, gorgeous ornaments, greenhouse goodies, dried flowers, and more.
White carved deer head $299, Arhaus, Somerset Collection, Troy, arhaus.com Simon Pearce royalton round charger $65, Zieben-Mare, Franklin, 248-539-8879 Kim Seybert kaleidoscope placemat $67, A Touch of Lace, Bloomfield Hills, 248-645-5223 Crispy II vase $39, BoConcept, Birmingham, boconceptbirmingham-mi.com Ironware International Bella lamp Price upon request, through Rozmallin, Michigan Design Center, Troy, michigandesign.com Ivory twinkle pillow $25.95, Crate & […]
Fare & Ware
Tea Spree What: Arbor Teas’ holiday gift set (top image) includes holiday spice organic Indian black tea (5.5 oz.), tea-infused chocolate truffles (four pieces), and tea-infused smoky caramels (five pieces), $29/gift set, from Ann Arbor, arborteas.com The Lowdown: The organic Indian black tea — with its flavors of orange, cinnamon, and clove — combine the […]
It’s one of Detroit’s fabulous architectural gems from the 1920s, yet the slender building with its distinctive gilded, witch-hat crown, is barely noticed by the Jefferson Avenue commuters who whiz past.
Cooking Up Modern
Chopping a small pile of fresh herbs for a platter of soon-to-be-cooked lamb chops, Luis Negrete deftly moves around his well-equipped kitchen with remarkable focus.
Shimmering with lush fabrics, pretty patterns, and a richly toned palette, a small-scale condo in the sky breathes big life into its owners
Less Is More
When Michelle Davey — a professional home stager/stylist — prepares for the holidays, it’s with a definitive accent on simplicity.
More Is More
Several years ago, when Nancy and John DeAngelis moved to Bloomfield Hills, Nancy envisioned purchasing an old house. But John said he didn’t want “to buy an old house and tear it apart,” she says.
Artist in Residence
Debbie and Marc Rosenblatt had no intentions to move. The couple had just finished drawing up blueprints for an addition to their Huntington Woods home, located on a dead-end street that was a mecca where the neighborhood kids loved to play. But then Marc, a contractor and owner of Huntington Homes in Ferndale, was out […]
All is calm, all is bright throughout the year at this Fenton home, adrift in snowy tones and pops of nostalgia.