DISCOVER MORE than 30 beautiful showrooms and thousands of the best names in luxury home furnishings at Michigan Design Center. Our showrooms feature the finest selections, and we provide the best service and expert advice for the discerning individuals who shop here. Everyone is welcome Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit Michigan Design Center for a home design experience like none other.
Fabrics and rug patterns are constantly being reimagined. This year, Southwestern and Asian inspired geometric prints and ikats are the essential choices for casual, elegant decor. Pictured: Kravet/Lee Jofa/Brunschwig & Fils, Suite 105, Malika by Lee Jofa.
Rich wallcoverings add texture and warmth during the cold winter months, but remain refined and luxurious year-round. Pictured: F. Schumacher & Co., Suite 110, Sinclair Paisley from the Luxe Lodge collection.
In a big space, tile should be high-quality and neutral. Grout lines should be kept thin, and tiles should look almost seamless for the most up-to-date look. Great tile installation will add value to your home. Pictured: Bathroom designed by Marianne Jones; photo by Beth Singer; tile available at Cercan Tile, Suite 94.
Look for traditional furniture silhouettes that have been simplified and made modern but still stay true to their heritage. These pieces are the new classics and will remain timeless in your home for years to come. Pictured: Henredon Interior Design Showroom, Suite 122, Scene Six collection.
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Professional interior designers will effortlessly bring together the vision you have for your home. They can save you from making costly mistakes along the way, and your final design is always a collaborative effort. Click “Find a Designer” on michigandesign.com to review the portfolios of some of the most talented design professionals in metro Detroit.