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Stay Awhile

"Where are you off to now?” When I was growing up, my father used to ask that question a lot when I’d leave the house. He’d not only question me, but all of my seven siblings.

Green Scene

When a couple decided it was time to downsize from their large lakeshore home in Grosse Pointe Shores to a smaller home in nearby Grosse Pointe Farms, they asked Joseph Nieradka, co-owner of FleurDetroit, to design and install the garden. It turned out to be a match made in heaven.

Magnificence!

When Wendi and Jay Farner purchased their Bloomfield Hills home in 2015, one of the first things the couple wanted to do was reconfigure its design.

Private Oasis

At the request of the homeowners, landscape designer Deborah Silver, the owner of design and build landscape firm Deborah Silver and Co. Inc. in Sylvan Lake, turned the couple’s property, located on Lower Long Lake in Bloomfield Hills, into a stunning, unique, and sophisticated oasis.

Home Work

Renowned designer Carrie Long shares inspiration for a practical — and pretty — office

Custom Cruisers

High-end, Michigan-made boats ride the waves of luxury

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Home Work

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FROM THE MAGAZINE

Stay Awhile

"Where are you off to now?” When I was growing up, my father used to ask that question a lot when I’d leave the house. He’d not only question me, but all of my seven siblings.

Get Outdoors

A tour of six gorgeous gardens — from Royal Oak to Franklin to Ann Arbor.

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Let’s Dance!

When I received the email, my husband and I were gliding north along I-75 to our cottage. I wanted to open it as I worked on my laptop in the passenger seat, but I didn’t want to open it. You might know the feeling.

Points of Light

On a chilly, dark morning last winter, I met a couple of friends at Cannelle Patisserie in Birmingham for coffee, tea, pastries, and some catch-up.

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