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ON THE COVER

18th Annual Detroit Design Awards

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The Judges

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Exteriors

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Interiors

Best in Class ...

Winning designs in everything from closets to stairways to outdoor living.

THE WINNER OF MULTIPLE AWARDS, THIS SPACE WAS DESIGNED BY HELLER AND ASSOCIATES WITH DAVIS & DAVIS INTERIOR DESIGN. PHOTO BY MIKE KLINE.

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Meet the Detroit Design Awards’ astute panel of nine, including two first-timers: Chicago-based Rae Duncan and Florida’s Mariel Wright.

Don’t miss the millwork, stone, and more in this collection of top-notch designs.

Check out a bevy of memorable water features, porches, landscapes, and more!

Smart design decisions mingle with beautiful touches throughout these spaces.

109 Homes

From vacation getaways to contemporary abodes, stellar designs wowed the judges.

123 Commercial Design

Public spaces, landscapes, and the best in office kitchens impressed the panel.

131 Rising Star

Interior designer Annie Kordas’ portfolio — and a touch of je ne sais quoi – make her this year’s up-and-comer!

133 Readers’ Choice

Congratulations to Birmingham-based Brian Neeper Architecture, PC with Philip Craig Custom Homes for the beautiful design work on a contemporary home in Bloomfield Hills.

PHOTOS BY, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: KARL MOSES, BETH SINGER, MARTIN VECCHIO

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LIFESTYLES

IN EVERY ISSUE

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Snapshot: Spaces that Wow!

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Lounging About

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Snapshot: Kitchen Confidential

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Designs on Handcrafted Treasures

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Seasons: Summer Breeze

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Living it up on comfy outdoor seating.

Sensible & Stylish

Practical pieces for entertaining in the elements.

A multiple-room remodel leads to workable spaces that impress.

Editor’s Letter

My Train of Thought.

165 Design Resources

Product information.

A Detroit Design Awards judge dishes on two of her kitchen projects.

A couple of woodworking experts provide an update on their intriguing business.

A Detroit Design Awards judge shares her recipe for easy-living décor in a country home’s master bedroom.

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Mother Nature’s favorite color.

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EDITOR’S LETTER

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o you save old keys? I do. And every time I look at a particular key that sits on a shelf in a prominent spot in my house, I travel back to my favorite home and find myself standing in the foyer. It’s the key to the house I lived in when my parents moved our family to Michigan in the 1970s — the key that unlocks a treasure trove of memories as I imagine sailing through the front door and into the foyer. Above was a huge brass chandelier that hung from a more than two-storyhigh ceiling. Blue slate tile and an Oriental rug that I picked out with my mom at J.L. Hudson’s were underfoot. Two antique chests flanked the door. Inside those chests were extra dinnerware, board games, playing cards, and poker chips. The doors and drawers stuck every time we looked for more plates or a deck of cards, and I was always afraid I’d break the fragile pulls. Atop the chest were model ships built by my father. As you walked through the foyer you’d notice a gold-gilded, wood-framed mirror hung in a convenient spot for checking your appearance upon arrival or takeoff. A powder room door came next, and then it was just a couple steps straight into the kitchen/dining room/ family room. If my siblings were reading this letter they’d surely say, Megan, you’ve missed the big piece! Fear not; I’m about to divulge the foyer’s main attraction. The pièce de résistance in this space, looming large, was a huge to-scale steam locomotive that my grandfather built. I never knew the man, since he was much older than my grandmother (and was 55 when my father was born!). He worked for a locomotive manufacturer in New York and thought it would be cool to build this mammoth train, complete with a real engine. There was a switch beneath it, and we’d turn it on to hear the engine chug.

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It was encased in museum-style glass and sat on a long wood table. In this foyer, you’d get a quick sense of the people who lived there: history and design buffs with a love for games! Indeed, a home’s entryway should evoke a welcome feeling. Inside this issue are foyers filled with cool chandeliers and natural light. Captivating art and glass, wood, and metal handiwork mingle to create an “aaaahhh, I’m home” feeling. Everything from chic opulence fit for royalty to a warm ambience complete with a record player awaiting family and guests fill the foyers. They’re winners in every way. Not unlike a foyer, the pages that greet you in this magazine also welcome. They set the stage for what’s to come, giving you a look at a couple of the Detroit Design Awards judges’ projects, interior design trends, and some astute craftsmen and their products. Next, we enter the magazine’s “great room” of sorts. Here, it’s time to sit back and take in all the winning Detroit Design Awards beauty, from powder rooms to water features, closets, and finished basements. What each of these top designers, architects, and builders brings to the table isn’t just good planning, chic styling, or quality selections and appointments. They’re also fashioning memories. The many pieces and design elements that make up a home or a room within the home possess superpowers that can generate big waves or little wisps of memories in a single glance. For example, I recently looked closely at a side table at my cottage that was once in my parents’ den. Decades ago, that table might have held a pipe and tobacco, books on trains and presidents, a glass of Scotch whisky, and a small plate of cheese and crackers. Pulling on the table’s drawer handle and wishing I’d see a pipe or some old matchbooks from my parents’ favorite restaurants, I could feel the person who’d typically sit in a nearby chair. He looked up, hearing a key turn in the front door. And in I walked, to a home I loved. A couple of weeks ago I created a tiny painting of that key and circled it with these words: “This was my key to my house on Oakmont Drive. Walking through the entryway was amazing.” Congrats to all the award-winners who make home design amazing. Memories are certainly in the making!

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Vintner Chandelier features individually-cut pieces of green glass made from recycled bottles. $2,614, CAI Designs, Michigan Design Center, Troy, curreyandcompany.com, michigandesign.com.

Mother Nature’s favorite color is showing up in everything from wallpaper to lighting STYLED BY JAMIE FABBRI

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2: This 30-inch Classic Gas Stove from BIG CHILL really turns up the

heat in any industrialchic kitchen. Starting at $6,295, bigchill.com. 3: The BrookGreen Garden Drawer Chest by HICKORY WHITE is lovely. To the trade, CAI Designs, Michigan Design Center, Troy, hickorywhite.com, michigandesign.com.

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Envy is the perfect emerald green. Multiple locations, sherwinwilliams.com. 5: Sit pretty in the Kayla Chair by PRECEDENT FURNITURE (shown

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Performance Fabrics are available in a variety of green prints. To the trade, Kravet/Lee Jofa/Brunschwig & Fils, Michigan Design Center, Troy, kravet.com, michigandesign.com. 7: The Willow Boughs leaf green wallpaper by MORRIS & CO. is fresh and delicate. To the trade, Rozmallin, Michigan Design Center, Troy, michigandesign.com, morrisandco.sanderson -designgroup.com.

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ACCENTS

Lounging

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Live it up on this comfy outdoor seating STYLED BY JAMIE FABBRI

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Aluminum Lounge Chair from ARHAUS provides sleek and sturdy style. $3,350, Ann Arbor and Troy, arhaus.com. 3: ARTICLE’s solid teak

Brolla Bench brings a defining Scandi design to your outdoor space. $649, article.com. 4: The Kasiko Bar Stool from ARTICLE is a

strappy summer staple. $309, article.com. 5: FRONTGATE’s Isola

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Chaise Lounge in Weathered Finish is perfect for lounging and features a breathable open weave. $1,249, frontgate.com. 6: The Rhodes Teak Sofa by RH delivers a minimalist ethos to the outdoors. $3,095, Troy, rh.com. 7: Settle in for dinner

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alfresco with the Lupine Dining Bench from CB2’s collection with LAWSON FENNING. $1,299, cb2.com. (CB2 is scheduled to open a Birmingham location this summer.) 8: The Sentinel

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Lounge Chair from CB2’s collection with LAWSON FENNING

offers ultimate comfort and Mid-century vibes. $1,499, cb2.com. (CB2 is scheduled to open a Birmingham location this summer.)

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1: The Shell Dish Set by AERIN is beautiful on an alfresco table. $75/set of two, Neiman Marcus, Troy, aerin.com, neimanmarcus.com. 2: Monstera Leaf Trivets by GRAF LANTZ provide

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DuraClear® Tritan Outdoor Wine Glasses are exceptionally strong yet have the look of real glass. $79.95/set of six, multiple locations, williams-sonoma.com. 5: The butterfly and bees

Melamine Dining Set by JOANNA BUCHANAN

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Serving Platter Set by HAAND is great for hosts — and this rosy hue packs a punch. $240, haand.u.s 7: Made from all-weather resin wicker woven on a stainless steel frame, the Ocean Isle Tray from ARHAUS is made for long summer nights spent outside. $219, Ann Arbor and Troy, arhaus.com. 8: The Sarah Campbell

Bamboo Melamine Dinner Plate from ANTHROPOLOGIE

adds a garden party of color to any meal. $10, multiple locations, anthropologie.com.

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This mudroom shows how changing materials can completely transform a space. The story begins on page 31.

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SNAPSHOT: SPACES THAT WOW!

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SNAPSHOT: KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL

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DESIGNS ON: HANDCRAFTED TREASURES

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SNAPSHOT

SERVING UP BEAUTY

A full-slab marble backsplash enhances this Wolf range.

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SNAPSHOT

Spaces that Wow! Multiple-room remodel leads to workable rooms that impress TEXT BY JEANINE MATLOW PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARTIN VECCHIO

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ayna Flory Rasschaert, designer and owner of Dayna Flory Interiors in Bloomfield Hills, took on a Birmingham family’s kitchen, breakfast room, laundry, and mudroom remodel, and the results are stunning. “This project was the perfect example of how moving walls and changing materials can completely change a home,” she says. “My clients wanted an open and cohesive feeling. Led by the wife, the appearance of the space also called for a certain level of sophisticated ‘pretty,’ ” she says. Working with the homeowners and the trades, led by Masterworks custom home builders in Macomb, the residence was transformed into an elegant, livable space. “The 11-foot original first-floor ceiling height and overall footprint was exciting to reinvent,” Rasschaert says. “Bringing in light and achieving a fluid feeling between spaces was the main design objective.” The open floor plan provides modern living in a traditionally designed home. The challenge was removing interior walls while maintaining the structural integrity of the home. A clever solution came from a floor-toceiling, double-sided glass cabinet that provides ample storage and display space. The tower of stacked cabinets fabricated by EuroCraft Interiors in

Sterling Heights creates a striking feature. Black frames add contrast to the crisp white kitchen with its thick marble countertops and chrome accents. A breakfast nook blends a cozy banquette with an oval shagreen table and brass armchairs. An organic concrete pendant layered with abstract art contributes to the sophisticated seating area. “Symmetry was a key design element,” Rasschaert says. This is evident in the perimeter cabinet elevations contained in drywall surrounds and a pair of paneled Sub-Zero fridges and freezers along the window wall. A Wolf range set off by a full-slab marble backsplash also highlights the symmetry.

ORGANIZED LIVING

Ample storage is a must in this sophisticated kitchen. Note the creative doublesided glass cabinet.

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More walls came down to create a new mudroom with custom lockers that combines open and closed storage. The walnut bench, metal lattice, and brass hardware contrast with the painted iron cabinets. A cerused black-and-white wood console table offers the perfect landing spot for personal items, while an iron chair provides a place where you can sit down and put on shoes. On the second floor, a cedar closet became a convenient laundry room that was relocated from the main level. “Layering black-based cabinets with white uppers made the space feel larger. The black cabinets also help visually reduce the size of the washer and dryer,” Rasschaert says. “It’s the first room you see walking up from the first floor, and the umbrella-shaped tiles are a happy greeting.” The designer hesitates to take all the credit for this project, as she praises Masterworks, the contractor, and EuroCraft Interiors, the cabinet manufacturers. “I couldn’t have done it without them,” she says. The woman of the house can’t say enough about Rasschaert and the creative team. “Dayna is so talented and so nice to work with,” she says. “We were new to the area and we loved the location, but the house needed updates. The kitchen was very choppy, and we wanted to open it up and make it light and bright. We’re extremely happy with the outcome.” MORE INFORMATION: daynafloryinteriors.com

MAKING IT WORK

Above: A breakfast nook blends a cozy banquette with an oval shagreen table and brass armchairs. Below: A wood console table near the mudroom offers the perfect landing spot for car keys and mail, while a chair provides a convenient spot for putting on or taking off shoes.

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This kitchen, designed for a family that owns a wellknown restaurant, has two roomy islands.

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Kitchen Confidential “ Popular designer and Detroit Design Awards judge dishes on two of her recent projects

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ike a worn leather jacket” is how Boca Raton, Fla.based designer and Detroit Design Awards judge Jamie Herzlinger describes the finish on the marble countertops she recently designed and installed in an Arizona kitchen. Known as “leathering,” she says the technique

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Modern light fixtures and dark wood floors, among other items, were added to this kitchen to update its overall look.

involves beating the material with leather straps in a process akin to distressing. “It produces a worn finish versus a polished one, reducing worries about spills and maintenance,” she explains. Marble countertops are among the many highlights of two kitchens Herzlinger recently completed. Before the much-needed renovation, the white kitchen with the leathered countertops had “a white wash on wood, which looked very dated,” she says. Designed for a family that owns a well-known restaurant, the 30-by-15-foot space features two roomy islands, including, one outfitted with a sink and dishwasher tailored for a sous chef. Other highlights include modern light fixtures, dark wood floors, glass-front cabinets, multiple sinks, and lots of room to spread out.

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“They use the kitchen not only for their family, but also for visiting chefs,” Herzlinger says of the homeowners. The designer says white continues to be the most popular kitchen color among her clients because it “always looks clean.” She occasionally gets requests for a kitchen with a dominant color or black, but it’s usually for second or third homes, not typically a primary residence. The “before” of the black kitchen, which also features marble countertops, was a pre-fab red oak kitchen with a faux marble top that Herzlinger recalls “definitely wouldn’t do.” Materials in the black kitchen were chosen to be “classic yet fun,” and to function smoothly for the homeowners’ many catered events. Located in an alcove, the 15-by-15-foot space has a distinctive Shojistyle screen that allows it to be easily closed off when entertaining. “It’s in a condo,” the designer explains, and the homeowner “wanted to be able to see, and at the same time close it off.” The kitchen’s walnut island is used by the caterer but it’s also a favorite spot to have cocktails, the designer says. Warm woods on the island counter, in the bar stools, and on the patterned parquet floors complement the trim on the nearby screen. SCREEN TIME

This kitchen has a Shoji-style screen that allows it to be easily closed off when entertaining.

Gold accents and hardware add elegance and gleaming contrast to the dark cabinetry. Whatever the project, it’s the details that makes the difference, Herzlinger says. “The hood, the hardware, the edge detail — it’s like a monogram,” she says of the personalized spaces she designs. She reports that she’s getting more requests for gold or silver inlays, steam ovens, and special appliances. “Every kitchen I’ve done is tailored to the client,” Herzlinger explains. Even when it’s part of a whole-house project, the kitchen is one of her top priorities, and it’s given lots of thought and attention. “The kitchen is always treated like a star,” she says. MORE INFORMATION: jamieherzlinger.com

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Panel Discussion A couple of woodworking experts provide an update on their intriguing business TEXT BY TRACY DONOHUE PORTRAIT BY MIKE BARTELLO

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hen Jeff Smith and Shayn Smith met in 2014, they discovered they had more than a surname in common. Over the following year, the two highly skilled woodworking artisans collaborated on several projects and found they shared a similar passion for their craft. It seemed a natural next step to combine their talents by launching their fine woodworking company, SmithMade. With a mix of nationwide residential and corporate clients, the Shelby Township-based business offers luxury custom flooring, furniture, cabinetry, and decorative surfaces. SmithMade’s unique specialty is custom veneer designs — an art form known as marquetry. Among their many upscale projects, they’ve created artful staircases, fireplace

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Jeff Smith and Shayn Smith are two highly skilled woodworking artisans who see endless possibilities.

surrounds, and wall panels, as well as intricate patterned wood flooring. They recently expanded their offerings with more commodity veneered panels for use by high-end cabinet and furniture makers. “We often work in partnership with other companies or designers and the client,” Shayn says. “We get to know the clients as individuals and find out what really matters or is interesting to them, so we can bring it into the design.” Adds Jeff: “Whatever a client can imagine, we can create. We like challenges. We take the time, do the research, and feed off each other. It’s important to be open to what’s possible (so we can) create meaningful pieces. We (make) 3-D drawings to give the client a clear description of the project, but we want the finished product to be even better and have a connection.” Their designs range from refined rustic to sleek modern, and the partners work with a variety of domestic and exotic woods including walnut burl, hickory, and African wenge. Depending on the vision for a project, it might incorporate different

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Above: These bathroom wall panels were built from fumed eucalyptus. Below: One of the many pieces built by the creative duo.

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SmithMade coordinated with the homeowner and contractor for all the builtin cabinets in this home, including areas for art.

luxurious elements such as leather, jade, abalone, or sterling silver. Many of SmithMade’s exclusive furniture pieces will become family heirlooms. “I enjoy designing specific things for specific people, and the artistic freedom that comes with each project,” Shayn explains. “I love working with different materials. In custom work, it’s always the little details that make it special.” SmithMade recently completed a multi-room residential project in Oakland Township. The duo’s artistry is on full display in the powder room, where a fumed eucalyptus wood wall featuring a spiral pattern carries over into a coordinating vanity, resulting in a stunningly seamless design flow. The partners have worked on many memorable commercial projects, including the creation of

statement tabletops for The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel. In a collaboration with Detroit-based design studio Pophouse, the artists fashioned distinctive wood panels for the Compuware Building in Detroit. SmithMade has also produced custom woodwork for luxury yachts and private planes — which, according to the partners, requires very precise specifications, ultralight panels, and special adhesives. Jeff and Shayn reveal that time is their biggest challenge in producing pieces that meet their high standard of craftmanship. While the pair regularly collaborates and works in partnership with other companies, SmithMade is solely the work of the two Smiths, who design, engineer, build, and sometimes install projects. “(We get a sense of) satisfaction from (giving) the client a one-of-akind piece with a meaningful story as a legacy. It’s something that will be in their family for generations to come,” Jeff says. More information: smith-made.com

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home’s wonderful spaces, thanks to lovely appointments. French doors lead out to a terrace, a quintessential East Coast stone wall, and the pool and pool second marriage and merging house beyond. “This room represents summertime’s carefree living, with doors and winfamilies meant Karen Davis’ clients needed a place where dows open, sunshine, fresh air, and living indoors and out,” Davis says. How many people could gather can you bottle that summer breeze feel and enjoy it year-round? Mix together comfortably at once. Davis, dollops of rich blues and crisp whites that, when paired, seem to sing a suma longtime judge for this magazine’s annual mer tune evocative of the bluebird’s song. Add a jute rug and you get an instant Detroit Design Awards competition and owner of easy-living ambience. “The homeowners love navy blue, so we selected fabric, bedding, Connecticut-based Davis Raines Design, BLISSFUL artwork, and more to highlight blues and also to complement the was the interior designer for the job. BLUES “The home is in Connecticut’s Litchfield Summertime and warm cream color,” Davis says of the bedroom’s palette. The settee’s Robert Allen Ikat pattern (Sedona, embroidery in InCounty and is a weekend/country home,” the livin’ is easy in says Davis, who has been in the design this master bed- digo), which is also used as the drapery’s border, mingles perfectly room overlooking industry for nearly 30 years. “My clients pastoral scenery. with Duralee’s Sapphire silk-velvet covered pillows. Also joining in on the blues: Christopher Spitzmiller’s custom-fired ceramic lamps. live full-time in New York City and spend These days, Davis’ second-home portfolio is growing quickly, due a lot of their summer here.” The ground-level master bedroom is quite pos- in part to COVID-19. “Because of the pandemic, a lot of people are buying sibly the most relaxing and comfortable of all the second homes,” she explains. “That’s a big part of my clientele right now.”

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TOP OF THEIR GAME Our 18th annual Detroit Design Awards competition features some 200 winning designs. Congratulations to all!

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Nine Detroit Design Awards judges from around the nation have weighed in with the results of this highly anticipated design-industry challenge. On the following pages you’ll find a treasure trove of excellent design, from commercial structures and landscape to residential interiors and all the details that make these picks best in class.

CHOICE This welcoming space by Ellwood Interiors Inc. with VanBrouck & Associates won second place in the Contemporary Foyer category.

BETH SINGER

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THE JUDGES

JAMIE HERZLINGER Interior designer Jamie Herzlinger is a sought-after and well-respected member of the industry. Born in New York City, she grew up in the world of fashion; her mother was one of the top talents, along with Anne Klein, in the ’60s and ’70s. Although Herzlinger is known for her polished yet exuberant style, and embraces color and bold statements, the fact that her aesthetic is rooted in the classics renders her designs timeless. jamieherzlinger.com

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Barrie Spang worked for a residential interior design firm in Cleveland, Ohio, for 22 years before starting her own firm and home décor store, Sapphire Pear, in 2015. Inspired by color, she encourages her clients to go beyond their comfort zone. Spang has completed projects in New York, Illinois, Kentucky, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Colorado, and Greece. Her firm currently has projects in Grosse Pointe, Mich., Charleston, S.C., and Boca Grande, Fla. interiordesignrockyriveroh.com

KAYLA COOPER From clothes to cars to spaces, Kayla Cooper has designed it all. Although her styles and practices have evolved over the years, her love for design and the creative process hasn’t waned. She began her career in Washington, D.C., but now travels to create modern, minimalist spaces with sustainable influences. Based out of Pennsylvania, Cooper loves clean lines and strong architecture. kaylacooperdesign.com

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THE JUDGES RAE DUNCAN

REGINALD L. THOMAS

Rae Duncan, of Rae Duncan Interior Design in Chicago, is passionate about creating environments that reflect the unique personalities of her clients. A firm believer in branded environments, she specializes in ensuring RDID’s commercial design work is flawlessly integrated and reflects an organization’s branding and culture. Fluent in a range of styles, Duncan has been called a “force” in the Chicago Interior Design Industry by Chicago Business Journal, and recognized for her bold aesthetic and innovative style. raeduncanid.com

Reginald L. Thomas, AIA, has worked with architectural/design firms in New York City for almost 30 years, and is the principal of his own studio. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture, and also studied at the Institute of Classical Architecture. In addition to AIA, Thomas is a member of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, and serves on the Historic Preservation Commission of Plainfield in Plainfield, N.J.

MARIEL WRIGHT

KINLEY C. PUZEY

For the past 25 years, Mariel Wright has lived in exciting cities like Manhattan, Paris, and Amsterdam, as well as on the remote island of Bali. Whether it was decorating a trendy loft in Soho, a luxurious island villa, or an eccentric flat in Paris, Wright — who’s based in Florida — has a passion for travel and design that enhances all of her projects with what she calls “joie de vivre.” marielwrightinteriors.com

Utah-based Kinley C. Puzey, AIA, has a portfolio that ranges from humanitarian efforts on a Navajo reservation to multimilliondollar custom homes. He holds a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Utah, where he was awarded the College of Architecture’s highest award, the AIA School Medal and Certificate for Merit and Excellence. In 2015, he founded Onyx Design Collective. onyxdesigncollective.com

ANTHONY MICHAEL

KAREN DAVIS

Since 1983, Chicago-area interior specialist Anthony Michael has specialized in classical, contemporary, and eclectic interior design. An extensive knowledge of architecture, art, and design history, as well as an education at the acclaimed L’Ecole Des Beaux Arts in Paris, adds dimension to his work. Michael has been the recipient of numerous industry awards and accolades, including the Designer of the Year and Retail Designer of the Year from the Chicago Tribune. anthonymichaelinteriordesign.com

New Preston, Conn.-based interior designer Karen Davis has more than 25 years of experience, including 18 years as the founder/ owner of Davis Raines Design. Her work has been featured on the pages of Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, New England Home, and Architectural Digest. Her work was also featured in two episodes of Treehouse Masters. Davis has served as Connecticut’s president of the board of directors for the American Society of Interior Designers. davisrainesdesign.com

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DETAILS Don’t miss the millwork, stone, and more in this collection of top-notch designs

MARTIN VECCHIO

An antique dresser serves as a glamorous vanity in this elegant bathroom by Anahi Hollis Design. Hollis won first place in the Repurposed Furniture category.

ANAHI HOLLIS DESIGN

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MILLWORK

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MIKE KLINE

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HELLER AND ASSOCIATES with Davis & Davis Interior Design The millwork over this fireplace is a showstopper — more than 130 interlocking pieces of walnut make up this work of art. It’s large format, at 12 feet wide and 10 feet tall, and fits the scale of the room perfectly. During the day, sunlight streams across it from the living room’s soaring windows. At night, it’s lit by a cascade of light from above. It’s an elaborate puzzle that ties into the millwork found throughout the home.

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CUSTOM CABINET INSTALLATION

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MIKE KLINE

JOHN CARLSON

Judge’s Insights “Opulent and indulgent! These cabinets (by Heller and Associates with Davis & Davis Interior Design) are upscale and luxurious!” — Judge Kayla Cooper

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TUTTO INTERIORS The 12-foot ceiling turned out to be an advantage for the unique elevation in this kitchen. Floating niches bridge the space between the upper cabinets and the ceiling. The quartered walnut, with a custom ashen finish, features a high-gloss linen to add texture and dimension. The oversized island is equipped with drawers on either side, to accommodate all the necessities required to serve up a special cocktail.

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FLORY INTERIORS 03 DAYNA with Masterworks | EuroCraft Interiors

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CUSTOM FURNITURE

Judge’s Insights “(The update of the salvaged oak side table by Rough Sawn Detroit) is a stunning way to breathe new life into something that has already lived.” — Judge Kayla Cooper

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DAYNA FLORY INTERIORS with Masterworks This custom banquette was first upholstered in a gray fabric. Lacking warmth, it was brought back to the workroom and recovered in a natural Belgian linen with a contrasting seat cushion in a tribal white block print. The scale of the back of the banquette was specially measured to accommodate the artwork over it. Side upholstered wings provide the perfect nook to curl up in, making this a sought-after spot in the home.

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DECORATIVE GLASS AND MIRROR

Designer’s Goal “The backsplash tiles are beveled mirrors that add a textural quality similar to sunlight catching on the rippling waters of a lake.” — Heller and Associates with Davis & Davis Interior Design

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JOHN CARLSON

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KRIS ILICH

HELLER AND ASSOCIATES with Davis & Davis Interior Design The backsplash tiles are beveled mirrors that add a textural quality similar to sunlight catching on the rippling waters of a lake. Crowning the backsplash is an elegant, mirrored range hood. When the sun is setting, it reflects a cascade of colors across the kitchen; at night, it shines with the lights from the cove ceiling and glass globe chandeliers. The kitchen also features stainless steel-and-glass upper cabinets with interior lighting that highlights a decorative glassware collection.

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FIREPLACE

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MIKE KLINE

JUSTIN MACONOCHIE

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BETH SINGER

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HELLER AND ASSOCIATES with Davis & Davis Interior Design This contemporary new home features a stunning floor-to-ceiling fireplace of Marmi Maximum Bright Onyx stone. The mitered edges fold into an intricate Labrys (walnut puzzle) inset panel, and the elegance of the long linear firebox with a black reflective glass back panel offset by black stone accents at either side provides balance to the stunning panel art above. The wall is anchored by a floating hearth in the same onyx that runs up the wall.

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03 JONES-KEENA & CO.

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Inspiration “A vintage Persian rug inspired the vision for this custom-designed living room.” — Clark + Aldine

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DIANA PAULSON

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CLARK + ALDINE A vintage Persian rug inspired the vision for this custom-designed living room. The rug serves as an anchor for the space while providing the proper balance of durability and likeability for everyday use with the entire family, especially the grandchildren. Everything from the paint color showcased on the feature fireplace wall to the furniture and accessories was selected based on the colors in the rug.

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INTERIOR USE OF STONE

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MATEO MORRISON

BETH SINGER

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MARTIN VECCHIO

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Designer’s Goal “To give (the kitchen) a dramatic look, the entire range hood was wrapped in the same Calacatta marble used on the backsplash.” — Kilano Design + Build

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KILANO DESIGN + BUILD In this residence, the kitchen is situated in the center of an open-concept layout with a single usable cabinetry wall. To give it a dramatic look, the entire range hood was wrapped in the same Calacatta marble used on the backsplash. Multiple Calacatta Corchia slabs were carefully selected for their veining patterns and arranged in perfect cohesion. Every edge was meticulously mitered and matched, to make this stunning wall perfect and seamless from every angle.

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INTERIOR USE OF TILE

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KARL MOSES

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BRETT MOUNTAIN

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JOHNSON CUSTOM HOMES with Peggy G. Sass Interiors The stair and rail area has more than 20 feet of open space. The floating stairs add a focal point of interest. The tile, made in Israel, provided a unique opportunity to lighten the space and give it a warm, textural feel. The custom placement of the tiles allows the surprise of illuminating lighting.

02 KSI KITCHEN & BATH

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Chic Design “Accent lighting via concealed LED light channels in the cabinetry and porcelain shelves further enhance the deep mood of the space ... ” — Maison Birmingham with SullivanStrickler Design

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BETH SINGER

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MAISON BIRMINGHAM with Sullivan-Strickler Design There are few things as relaxing and enjoyable as pouring drinks for friends in a cozy space, and this bar was created for that! Dark crocodile leather, walnut, darkened steel, and Greystone marble-like porcelain create depth, intrigue, character, and mood. Accent lighting via concealed LED light channels in the cabinetry and porcelain shelves further enhance the deep mood of the space, while visually highlighting the homeowner’s curated collection of art, literature, and spirits.

02 MEG CORLEY

03 MARGEAUX INTERIORS

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REPURPOSED FURNITURE

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BETH SINGER

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BRETT MOUNTAIN

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MARTIN VECCHIO

Resourceful Design “ ... a beautiful antique dresser serves as a glamorous vanity, anchoring the small room ... ” — Anahi Hollis Design

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ANAHI HOLLIS DESIGN In this powder room a beautiful antique dresser serves as a glamorous vanity, anchoring the small room and setting the tone for an upscale space with historic charm. The perfect top to this significant piece? Repurposed original soapstone from the kitchen. Add teal and gold peacock wallpaper, unlacquered brass plumbing fixtures, and pretty sconces, and you get pure beauty.

INTERIORS 02 MARGEAUX with Perspectives Cabinetry

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STAIR AND RAILING

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MIKE KLINE

JAMES HAEFNER

Designers’ Goal “The black walnut floating treads and glass railing allow natural igiht to fill the exciting seethrough foyer.” — DesRosiers Architects with Northern Staircase Co.

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JAMES HAEFNER

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DESROSIERS ARCHITECTS with Northern Staircase Co. A three-level glass and black walnut wood staircase sets the stage for the sophisticated style found throughout this home. The black walnut floating treads and glass railing allow natural light to fill the exciting see-through foyer. This is a perfect example of what happens when form and function are used to complement a contemporary home.

AND ASSOCIATES 02 HELLER with Davis & Davis Interior Design

NEEPER ARCHITECTURE, PC 03 BRIAN with Joseph Philip Craig Custom Homes

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EXTERIORS Check out a bevy of memorable water features, porches, landscapes, and more!

CHRIS MAJOR

Featuring a unique mix of gorgeous materials (note the handmade clay tiles!), this pool by Zaremba & Company won first place in the Residential Swimming Pool/Spa category.

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R. YOUNGBLOOD & CO. The client wanted to establish a Western ranch in the Midwest. Much thought was given to creating a rugged feel and plant palette, using plants that thrive in the Midwest. Oversized outcrops of stone were hand-selected from Canadian quarries. Critical views were identified and became the seating areas in the outdoor spaces, directing attention to rolling prairie grasslands with topography similar to the West. You’ll want to bring along a cowboy hat and cowboy boots!

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EXTERIOR USE OF STONE/TILE/CONCRETE

Inspiration “Inspired by ski trips out West, this home combines rustic earthy elements with contemporary architecture.” — Joseph Philip Craig Custom Homes with Brian Neeper Architecture, PC

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JAMES HAEFNER

KAY LAIR

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CHRIS MAJOR

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JOSEPH PHILIP CRAIG CUSTOM HOMES with Brian Neeper Architecture, PC The use of natural cut stone is prevalent on the exterior of this mountain modern home. Clean linear stonework with natural limestone caps adds to the natural feel of the home and its setting. Inspired by ski trips out West, this home combines rustic earthy elements with contemporary architecture. The stone continues inside, where it’s featured along stairwells and around the fireplace, providing that feeling of being connected to an outdoor setting.

ARCHITECTS 02 DESROSIERS with EastWest Construction

03 ZAREMBA & COMPANY

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RESIDENTIAL LANDSCAPE WATER FEATURE

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MATT OLEJARCZYK

2nd

WAYUP MEDIA

3rd

BETH SINGER

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VANBROUCK | LUXE HOMES with Oliver Max Inc. The reflecting pool introduces a spiritual water element into the landscape. The bottom of the pool is lined with aqua-andblue river rock, giving an aura of ethereal beauty as it reflects the ever-changing sky and the surrounding landscape. The soothing blue water instills calmness, transporting you to a dreamy place. Mounds of icy-silver-blue blue fescue grasses are planted in linear formations in beds of black landscape fire glass, producing a striking contrast of texture and color.

02 MOTOR CITY LANDSCAPING

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RESIDENTIAL SWIMMING POOL/SPA

Extra “ ... handmade clay tiles with a special finish for pools run along the waterline, adding a burst of visual excitement.” — Zaremba & Company

CHRIS MAJOR

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WAYUP MEDIA

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3rd

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ADRIAN KIZY

ZAREMBA & COMPANY Nestled in layers of plantings that soften the required pool enclosure elements, this space is anchored by strong, clean lines. Long stone-steppers lead from the carriage house to the water, flowing into a set of shallow steps. Brass inserts allow for easy installation and removal of basketball and volleyball nets. A blue granite pebble sheen finish sparkles, while handmade clay tiles with a special finish for pools run along the water line, adding a burst of visual excitement.

02 ANTONELLI LANDSCAPE

LANDSCAPE 03 MARINO’S with Martini Samartino Design Group

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OUTDOOR FIREPLACE

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1ST

JAMES HAEFNER

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3RD

STEVEN PHAM

MARTIN VECCHIO

PETRUCCI HOMES with Krieger Klatt Architects and Katie Rodriguez Design A stunning fireplace anchors this patio, which overlooks a two-acre parcel with a beautiful pool. The fireplace is grounded in gorgeous and varied Petoskey fieldstones, and features a limestone hearth and mantle. As your eye moves upward, the cedar shake adds another layer of texture and interest. The colors of the fieldstone, limestone, and cedar shake work so beautifully together. There’s no doubt this is a timeless beauty!

ARCHITECTS 02 DESROSIERS with Thomas Sebold & Associates

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RESIDENTIAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN (OVER ONE ACRE)

Smart Design “Lighting was a very important element for safety and to create ambience; the hillside and plantings are highlighted during the evening hours ... ” — Motor City Landscaping

1st

WAYUP MEDIA

2nd

ADRIAN KIZY

01

SALLY MATAK

3rd

MOTOR CITY LANDSCAPING The landscape at the Heron Woodland Project was designed to create a space the homeowners could enjoy for their retirement. Multiple seating areas were constructed so they can savor all aspects of their landscape — including their custom art, unique firetorches, garden planter boxes, two-tiered fire pit, and water feature. Lighting was a very important element for safety and to create ambience; the hillside and plantings are highlighted during the evening hours, when the homeowners entertain outdoors.

02 MARINO’S LANDSCAPE

WALSH GARDEN AND HOME 03 GOLDNER with Spurlock Natural Stone & Brick | Crooked Tree Fine Woodworking

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RESIDENTIAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN (UNDER ONE ACRE)

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CHRIS MAJOR

3rd

WAYUP MEDIA

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2nd

ADRIAN KIZY

ZAREMBA & COMPANY This complete backyard renovation centers around a pool oriented along the axis of the house’s living room and a recently renovated carriage house. Nestled between the pool and the house is an arrangement of cozy outdoor rooms including a dining terrace and covered fireplace lounge. Radiant heating ensures that outdoor entertaining can last well into the chilly autumn. Marking the transition from dining terrace to pool, several specimen cylindrical form hornbeams add a sense of verticality and subtle formality.

LANDSCAPE 02 MARINO’S with Olympia Homes

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INTERIORS Smart design decisions mingle with beautiful touches throughout these spaces

PHOTOGRAPHER

This airy room by Heller and Associates with Davis & Davis Interior Design took first place in the Contemporary Dining Room category.

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HELLER AND ASSOCIATES with Davis & Davis Interior Design

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CONTEMPORARY MASTER SUITE

Judge’s Insights “(Valia Design’s entry) is moody and glamorous, with great texture and details!” — Judge Rae Duncan

1st

JUSTIN MACONOCHIE

2nd

ANDREA BRANDT / LUME PHOTOGRAPHY

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3rd

MIKE KLINE

SERBA INTERIORS Textures and warm neutral tones mix with natural materials to create a space that’s as serene as it is stylish. A custom king bed with a plinth-base frame and built-in leather paneled headboard adds architectural interest. A pair of freestanding nightstands correspond with the bed frame, headboard surround, and oak soffit. In the bathroom, floating vanity cabinets are suspended in quartz waterfallend consoles; grid-like oak cabinets are stained ebony to contrast with white stone surrounds. Custom mirrors add visual interest.

02 VALIA DESIGN

AND ASSOCIATES 03 HELLER with Davis & Davis Interior Design

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BUTLER’S PANTRY

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MATEO MORRISON

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MARTA PEREZ

3rd

JEFF GARLAND

KILANO DESIGN + BUILD Designing this pantry, located underneath the existing staircase, presented many challenges, but the result is a dreamy space that’s perfectly tucked away. In the corner, the height of the window made it difficult to continue the base cabinets and countertops, so they were pulled away from the window and designed to be “floating,” allowing light to pass beneath them. A Parisian aesthetic inspired the soft blue cabinetry, fluted nickel hardware, brass faucet, and handmade mirror backsplash.

BIRMINGHAM 02 MAISON with Anne Strickland Interiors

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HANDCRAFTED DESIGN/LOCALLY SOURCED

Designer’s Goal “Metalwork details were refined to ensure the final product would be perfect.” — Dan Davis Design with Smith Shop

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MEADOWS & CO.

2nd

BRETT MOUNTAIN

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3rd

MARTIN VECCHIO

DAN DAVIS DESIGN with Smith Shop This 1920s house was in poor shape and required a complete renovation. Walls were taken down to the studs, damaged trim and built-ins were replaced, and a new fireplace featuring custom tiles from a local artist was built. Metalwork details were refined to ensure the final product would be perfect; a local metalsmith developed a design that fits the renovated space. Custom gates were the finishing touch on a renovation showcasing the work of local craftspeople.

02 CONCETTI

DESIGN STUDIO 03 AMW with Designer Furniture Services

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LAUNDRY ROOM/MUDROOM

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3rd

MARTIN VECCHIO

JEFF GARLAND

Judge’s Insights (MainStreet Design Build’s space is) luxurious, spacious, and organized. Love it!” — Judge Mariel Wright

2nd

01

MAINSTREET DESIGN BUILD Opening up the existing mudroom and laundry room into a large L-shaped space alleviated a tight walkway, and moving the washer and dryer to the back of the room made it much more inviting and user-friendly. The rooms flow together with a galley-style entry that incorporates lockers and a desk, message center, and built-in crates for the family’s dogs. The rear section has a large desk where the mom can plan, craft, and wrap.

BIRMINGHAM 02 MAISON with Sullivan-Strickler Design

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FLORY INTERIORS 03 DAYNA with MAC Construction

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SPECIALTY ROOM (GYM, MUSIC, CRAFT, BILLIARDS, PET AREA, ETC.)

Designer’s Touch “Raised lounge/ stage areas, moveable furniture, well-planned service areas, and rolling tables are key elements.” — Custom Home Collection

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JUSTIN MACONOCHIE

2nd

BETH SINGER

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3rd

WAYUP MEDIA

CUSTOM HOME COLLECTION Here’s a fully functioning entertainment venue with a wow factor that surprises guests. Raised lounge/stage areas, moveable furniture, well-planned service areas, and rolling tables are key elements. A flat-screen TV is hidden behind a rolling framed, classic photo that opens for viewing. Carefully planned lighting can be low-lit as the night plays on, adding to the atmosphere. A large table rolls apart to make two gaming tables. The homeowners have already hosted many fun parties!

JONES, LLC 02 MARIANNE with Thomas Sebold & Associates

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WINE ROOM

Designers’ Goal “This unique wine room is an expansion of the owner’s ‘Man Cave’ ... ” — DesRosiers Architects with EastWest Construction

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2nd

KAY LAIR

JOHN CARLSON

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3rd

DESROSIERS ARCHITECTS with EastWest Construction This unique wine room is an expansion of the owner’s “Man Cave,” which offers an intimate smoking and TV area. The refrigerated wine room features multiple cedar compartments. Floor-to-ceiling glass divides the ceiling above.

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BETH SINGER

03 XSTYLES BATH+MORE INC.

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BAR

2nd

1st

BRETT MOUNTAIN

MARTIN VECCHIO

Judge’s Insights “The mixture of materials, textures, and rich tones in the bar (by Maison Birmingham with SullivanStrickler Design) is perfection.” — Judge Barrie Spang

3rd

BETH SINGER

01

MAISON BIRMINGHAM with Sullivan-Strickler Design A handsome collection of masculine materials were chosen to create this elevated gentleman’s bar. Dark crocodile leather, walnut, darkened steel, and Greystone marble-like porcelain work together to create depth, intrigue, character, and mood. Accent lighting via concealed LED light channels in the cabinetry and porcelain shelves further enhance the deep mood of the space. The dark, polished porcelain strongly emulates the look of Greystone marble, while maintaining the durability required for entertaining. Cheers!

02 CONCETTI

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CONSERVATORY/SCREEN ROOM/SUNROOM

Designer’s Goals “The glass-enclosed space invites nature in, and the polished, gray-veined porcelain floor emulates clear glass when the sun shines.” — Tutto Interiors

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2nd

JOHN CARLSON

NICK JOHNSON

01

3rd

BRETT MOUNTAIN

TUTTO INTERIORS The glass-enclosed space invites nature in, and the polished, gray-veined porcelain floor emulates clear glass when the sun shines. This mixed-use space includes a dining area and comfy seating, so the homeowners can chill and unwind. Matte-black hanging pendants, combined with the textured black porcelain fireplace, add drama and are the perfect finishing touches!

02 HUDSON AND STERLING

03 CONCETTI

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CHILDREN’S ROOM/PLAY SPACE

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3rd

EMILY ENGLER

DUSTIN HALLECK

Clients’ Goals “For a newborn, the parents insisted on avoiding the routine tropes of cute and dainty, preferring bold measures and bright colors to inspire.” — Elizabeth Fields Design

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01

JOHN CARLSON

ELIZABETH FIELDS DESIGN For a newborn, the parents insisted on avoiding the routine tropes of cute and dainty, preferring bold measures and bright colors to inspire. The custom-scaled wallpaper was made to measure. Floral designs climb riotously up the wall and onto the ceiling. Hand-blown Murano glass sconces provide gentle nighttime lighting, and extend from the wall like an outgrowth from the paper pattern. Whimsy can be strong, bright, and bold, and inspire youthful wonder and delight.

02 MANAL KADRY DESIGN COLLECTIVE

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GUEST SUITE

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1st

BETH SINGER

01

3rd

JEFF GARLAND

MARIANNE JONES, LLC with Glenda Meads Architects A beautiful Oushak rug in muted colors sets the tone for this guest suite. A Thomas Moser pencil bed adds just the right amount of interest with its clean lines, while Kerry Joyce linens and printed textiles make up the custom bedding. The antique Biedermeier chest was sourced locally. An adjoining bathroom features a combination marble and tile tub surround, and repeats the millwork panel details from the adjacent bedroom.

ARCHITECTS 02 DESROSIERS with Patricia Prose

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TEXTURE PHOTOGRAPHY

DESIGN+BUILD 03 MEADOWLARK with Surroundings Interior Design

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POWDER ROOM

2nd

1st

THE MUNRO PROJECT

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3rd

MARTIN VECCHIO

BETH SINGER

JAMES DOUGLAS INTERIORS, LLC When choosing a monochromatic scheme for a small space, balance is imperative. This powder room is the perfect balance of clean lines and bold patterns. The custom vanity console is punctuated with brass fixtures and a honed neromarble top. These elements alone could easily overtake a space, but when paired with a visually exciting wallcovering, something magical happens. The random and broken lines of the wallcovering create an unusually graphic interior.

02 THE MUNRO PROJECT

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BATH (MORE THAN 150 SQUARE FEET)

2nd

DUSTIN HALLECK

BRETT MOUNTAIN

1st

Designer’s Goal “ ... the feature floor and wall, made of cement tile, immediately grabs attention for its use of dramatic custom patterning ... ” — Elizabeth Fields Design with John Morgan | Perspectives Cabinetry STEVE KROODSMA

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3rd

ELIZABETH FIELDS DESIGN with John Morgan | Perspectives Cabinetry Upon entering the primary suite bathroom, the feature floor and wall, made of cement tile, immediately grabs attention for its use of dramatic custom patterning, color, and upward momentum. Clerestory windows cap the tile wall, filling the space with light while maintaining privacy. The homeowners enjoy a full-depth vanity with double taps, a trough-style sink basin, and an integrated makeup station. Luminous rose onyx is the material of choice for the countertop.

02 CONCETTI

03 VOGUE FURNITURE

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BATH (UP TO 150 SQUARE FEET)

Judge’s Insights “I love the deep green vanity mixed with the mosaic tile floor and warm metallic accents (in the project by Reem Akkad Design with Dokan Construction).” — Judge Barrie Spang

2nd

JOHN CARLSON

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1st

SKYVIEW EXPERTS, LLC

3rd

KAT STEVENSON

REEM AKKAD DESIGN with Dokan Construction The concept was to make the bathroom an indoor/outdoor room that would function as a full bathroom for guests but would also serve as a powder room that can be accessed from the outdoor patio. To bring greenery into the space, a deep, rich hunter green was used on the cabinets and wainscoting. The diamond layout in the pavers outside was carried through on the floor, using marble mosaics for a seamless, curbless roll-in shower.

02 DAVINCI DESIGN AND BUILD, LLC

DESIGN 03 TEXTURES with Mutschler Kitchens

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KITCHEN (BETWEEN 201-500 SQUARE FEET)

Judge’s Insights “This kitchen (by Concetti) has such an attention to detail and a wonderful combination of materials.” — Judge Barrie Spang

1st

2nd

BRETT MOUNTAIN

MARTIN VECCHIO

01

MATEO MORRISON

3rd

CONCETTI The heart of this home is the large central island that acts as both a traditional kitchen island and an informal dining area. To meet the storage needs, an asymmetrical cabinetry design was created. Custom concrete countertops, integrated with the existing windows, became the perfect place for a custom bar cart. The concrete countertops and backsplash have a meticulously crafted inlaid black metal banding with gold rivets that mimics the design of the chandeliers.

BIRMINGHAM 02 MAISON with Brian Neeper Architecture, PC |

03 KILANO DESIGN + BUILD

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KITCHEN (MORE THAN 500 SQUARE FEET)

MARTA PEREZ

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2nd

DUSTIN HALLECK

3rd

STEVE KROODSMA

01

MAISON BIRMINGHAM with Anne Strickland Interiors An opening from the kitchen to the dining room strengthens the connection between the spaces and allows more circulation while entertaining. The island was extended to accommodate additional storage and casual seating. The homeowner wanted everything tucked away, including her built-in microwave, now hidden behind black, raised-panel cabinetry. With the increased storage in the double-sided island, she no longer needed wall cabinets. In the butler’s pantry, a walk-in pantry is hidden behind antique mirrored cabinet doors.

FIELDS DESIGN 02 ELIZABETH with Vogue Furniture

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KITCHEN (UP TO 200 SQUARE FEET)

Judge’s Insights “The combination of emerald and walnut (in the Authentic Kitchen & Design Inc. project) delivers a kitchen with warmth and beauty.” — Judge Barrie Spang

1st

JEFF GARLAND

2nd

JAMES HAEFNER

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3rd

AUTHENTIC KITCHEN & DESIGN INC. A one-of-a-kind kitchen was the goal. The on-trend and custom emerald green cabinets pair beautifully with the natural walnut accents, and the white cabinets above the range offer a subtle splash of brightness. Honey-bronze hardware transcends every color in this kitchen, for stunning contrast. The natural soapstone carries around the countertops and up the wall behind the range, adding a sense of movement. The hickory waterfall countertop ties the bar in with the rest of the kitchen.

NEEPER ARCHITECTURE, PC 02 BRIAN with Jessica Neeper Interiors

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03 CLARK + ALDINE

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TRADITIONAL MASTER SUITE

Design Strategy “Adding layers of black created a simple contrast that moves your eye through the space.” — Dayna Flory Interiors with Masterworks | EuroCraft Interiors

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2ND

MARTIN VECCHIO

MARTIN VECCHIO

01

3RD

BETH SINGER

DAYNA FLORY INTERIORS with Masterworks | EuroCraft Interiors The existing bed was the starting point for the color palette and furniture layout. Adding layers of black created a simple contrast that moves your eye through the space. A high-back Schumacher sofa at the end of the bed acts as a visual “footboard” and provides a comfortable sitting area. The fireplace was paneled floor-to-ceiling, and finished with white marble and a round resin mirror. “His and hers” bathrooms feature accents of white in “hers” and black in “his.”

HOMES 02 PETRUCCI with Krieger Klatt Architects

AND ASSOCIATES INC. 03 VANBROUCK with Ellwood Interiors Inc.

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TRADITIONAL DINING ROOM

1st

MARTIN VECCHIO

HANEEN MATT

3rd

Designer-Chic! “A tone-on-tone look pulls Mediterranean olive from the wallpaper for the trim and crown ... ” — Haneen’s Haven

2nd

01

KRIS ILICH

HANEEN’S HAVEN This is a classic dining room with modern, fresh elements. A tone-on-tone look pulls Mediterranean olive from the wallpaper for the trim and crown, as well as the velvet drapes. This room gets so much natural light, the black on the ceiling works — and the large mirror reflects all of the light. A favorite part of the room is the pattern play, and the bold contemporary abstract on the more traditional paper.

02 CONCETTI

FLORY INTERIORS 03 DAYNA with MAC Construction

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CONTEMPORARY DINING ROOM

Judge’s Insights “The combination of wood veneers, bold colors, and unique lighting create a beautiful and organic feel (for the room by Heller and Associates with Davis & Davis Interior Design).” — Judge Barrie Spang

1st

2nd

MIKE KLINE

JOHN CARLSON

01

3rd

JUSTIN MACONOCHIE

HELLER AND ASSOCIATES with Davis & Davis Interior Design Up-lighting along the upper edge of the stepped ceiling provides ambient light that defines the height and perimeters of this dining room. Dark-stained walnut flooring unifies the dining room with adjoining spaces in this open-concept floor plan. The long, gorgeous table comfortably sits 14 and is distinguished by its marble top and platform-like stand. Velvet upholstered dining chairs with a minimalistic design complement the dining room setup, and a chandelier with transparent glass orbs cascades from the ceiling.

02 TUTTO INTERIORS

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TRADITIONAL LIVING ROOM/GREAT ROOM

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2nd

MARTIN VECCHIO

BETH SINGER

01

DAYNA FLORY INTERIORS WITH MASTERWORKS Raw materials were the building blocks for this living room. White linen showcases the lines of the traditional Chesterfield sofas. The custom ash coffee table holds the center of the room and is grounded by a wool chevron rug. Two natural linen chairs with Ikat-pattern pillows continue the symmetry. A stone mirror reflects natural light. The curved Coco lamps flank the mirror, and a pair of white teak root stools flank the cabinet.

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BETH SINGER

03 MEG CORLEY

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CONTEMPORARY LIVING ROOM/GREAT ROOM

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STEVE KROODSMA

2nd

JUSTIN MACONOCHIE

01

3rd

JUSTIN MACONOCHIE

VOGUE FURNITURE Vertical walnut textured fireplace panels play well with the opposing shuttered bar face, and white lacquer custom climatecontrolled wine cabinets are located beyond. The millwork is dimensional and multilayered, providing depth and texture. The pieces in this room are all fabricated in a plethora of soft driftwood tones — the result is a seamless union between the architecture of the home and the furniture, cabinetry, and millwork for a peaceful and positive vibe. It’s time to relax!

02 SERBA INTERIORS

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TRADITIONAL FOYER

2ND

1ST

MARTIN VECCHIO

JAMES HAEFNER

Designer’s Insights “The custom patterned metal railings, accent wall, and the ceiling’s three-dimensional patterns all reach back to a forgotten, elegant era.” — Sean D. Gardella & Associates

SKYVIEW EXPERTS, LLC

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SEAN D. GARDELLA & ASSOCIATES As you enter this traditional residence, you’re greeted by two sweeping staircases that are highlighted by an elegant chandelier. The custom patterned metal railings, accent wall, and the ceiling’s three-dimensional patterns all reach back to a forgotten, elegant era. The classic floor patterns and colors finish this space and lead you to the impressive great room, just a little farther beyond.

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CONTEMPORARY FOYER

2nd

1st

BETH SINGER

01

3rd

WAYUP MEDIA

JOHN CARLSON

TUTTO INTERIORS Opulence at its best! This foyer has a layered effect that grabs your attention. The ceiling is laced with indirect light and a 60-inch custom crystal chandelier. Soft gold metal panel dividers grace the space and add interest to the gallery, while white porcelain tile with a black border makes a bold statement. The white trim detail adds continuity, and the glass table and benches on both sides of the entrance complete the space.

INTERIORS INC. 02 ELLWOOD with VanBrouck & Associates

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CONTEMPORARY INTERIOR DESIGN (MORE THAN ONE ROOM)

Designer’s Insights “The cohesive use of color, textures, indirect lighting, and niches, mixed with black-framed glass throughout the home, work together ... ” — Tutto Interiors

1st

JOHN CARLSON

2nd

BRETT MOUNTAIN

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JAMES HAEFNER

3rd

TUTTO INTERIORS There are so many special places in this home, it’s hard to put into words. The cohesive use of color, textures, indirect lighting, and niches, mixed with black-framed glass throughout the home, work together to create a stunning — yet very comfortable — environment. The open floor plan results in a feeling that’s very grand, yet at the same time it’s very welcoming.

02 CONCETTI

ARCHITECTS 03 DESROSIERS with Kelter Schwartz Designs

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TRADITIONAL INTERIOR DESIGN (MORE THAN ONE ROOM)

Designer’s Insights “Large artwork scales the walls; the modern art used throughout is a harmonious yet juxtaposed pairing for this traditional home.” — Dayna Flory Interiors with Masterworks

1st

MARTIN VECCHIO

2nd

BETH SINGER

01

3rd

BETH SINGER

DAYNA FLORY INTERIORS with Masterworks Forms of nature are found in the raw materials used in the upholstery, art, and hard surfaces. Large artwork scales the walls; the modern art used throughout is a harmonious yet juxtaposed pairing for this traditional home. From the family room and kitchen to the powder room, symmetry was key to the design’s success. Removing the interior walls of the kitchen connected all the spaces and allows light to flow freely.

02 JONES-KEENA & CO.

JONES, LLC 03 MARIANNE with Templeton Building Company

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LIBRARY/STUDY

2nd

1st

BETH SINGER

BETH SINGER

Judge’s Insights “(The room by Meg Corley) has a great color scheme ... elegant and charming!” — Judge Mariel Wright

JOHN CARLSON

01

3rd

MEG CORLEY Deep tones in a saturated color palette create a cohesive feel in this unique yet classic library. The tuxedo sofa and wingback chair add a masculine and comfortable element. A nontraditional coffered ceiling floats on-center, housing a leathertrimmed drum light fixture. The client’s love of hunting is expressed through hide pillow in the chair, unique art, and a custom gun case housing a vintage collection. Grasscloth panels in the millwork add to the warmth and layering.

INTERIORS INC. 02 ELLWOOD with Probuilt Woodworking Co.

03 TUTTO INTERIORS

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HOME OFFICE

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JOHN D’ANGELO

2nd

MARIA FORD

Designer’s Insights “The transitional stone and brass wall unit behind the custom desk serves as a functional shelving display and is a backdrop for the client’s ever-important virtual meetings.” — Pophouse

3rd

JEFF GARLAND

01

POPHOUSE This executive home office was designed as an extension of the client’s downtown Detroit office. The transitional stone and brass wall unit located behind the custom desk serves as a functional shelving display and is a backdrop for the client’s ever-important virtual meetings. Lighting, acoustics, and technology were designed, specified, and coordinated by the design team. The furniture and millwork were thoughtfully designed and meticulously crafted. The result is a uniquely beautiful and highly functioning home office.

02 LACY FORD DESIGN

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USE OF COLOR

1st

NICHOLAS VANDERHOVEL

2nd

MARTA PEREZ

01

KRIS ILICH

3rd

NICHOLAS VANDERHOVEL, CMKBD Finding the right shade of green for this Michigan State University-inspired home was a concern. The clients wanted soft gold details, and the green needed to complement that and achieve the look they wanted. Since the home is older, there were structural issues to contend with — like a window on the wall where the range stands. An antique mirror was placed over the window, so the outside of the house wasn’t impacted. Inside, it’s now a beautiful focal wall!

02 ANNE STRICKLAND INTERIORS

03 CONCETTI

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USE OF FABRICS/UPHOLSTERY

Designers’ Goals “Dark crocodile leather, walnut, darkened steel, and Greystone marblelike porcelain work together to create depth ... ” — Maison Birmingham with SullivanStrickler Design

1st

2nd

BETH SINGER

01

MARTIN VECCHIO

3rd

LINEA PHOTO

MAISON BIRMINGHAM with Sullivan-Strickler Design A handsome collection of masculine materials was chosen to create this gentleman’s bar. Dark crocodile leather, walnut, darkened steel, and Greystone marble-like porcelain work together to create depth, intrigue, character, and mood. Accent lighting via concealed LED light channels in the cabinetry and porcelain shelves further enhances the deep mood of the space. The dark, polished porcelain emulates the look of Greystone marble, while maintaining the durability required for entertaining. No staining or scratching here. Cheers!

INTERIORS INC. 02 ELLWOOD with VanBrouck & Associates

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WALL TREATMENT (SPECIAL PAINT TECHNIQUE, WALL COVERING, ETC.)

Designer’s Goals “The Lush Tropical wallpaper by The Detroit Wallpaper Co. adds vibrant color and texture, creating a warm and inviting bedroom.” — Grace This Space Interiors

1st

2nd

INGRID FRANKOVICS

BETH SINGER

01

MARTIN VECCHIO

3rd

GRACE THIS SPACE INTERIORS This 1919 home had been neglected and the client wanted a visually interesting, welcoming home, while keeping the integrity and dignity of the building. The Lush Tropical wallpaper by The Detroit Wallpaper Co. adds vibrant color and texture, creating a fun, warm, and inviting bedroom. The many greens in the wallcovering are repeated throughout the room’s décor, and the bed and curtains bring out the deep rich, deep greens of the wall covering.

INTERIORS INC. 02 ELLWOOD with LUXE Homes Design + Build

03 DAYNA FLORY INTERIORS

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WINDOW TREATMENT

1st

BETH SINGER

JOHN CARLSON

01

3rd

2nd

JOHN CARLSON

JAMES DOUGLAS INTERIORS, LLC A pair of perfectly-scaled stationary side panels fabricated in contrasting linen fabric frame the large window in this great room. The European pinch-pleated drapery was installed on an iron rod with rings, to coordinate with iron accents elsewhere in the home. A wide band of darker linen at the bottom of the panels adds visual weight, and decorative tape trim hides the seam. The custom drapery adds warmth and softness to the interior design.

02 REEM AKKAD DESIGN

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CLOSET

Designer’s Goal “There’s a space for absolutely every prized item in our client’s inventory, and it’s all stored beautifully and purposefully.” — California Closets

1st

2nd

AMANDA ROSE PHOTOGRAPHY

MARTIN VECCHIO

01

JEFF GARLAND

3rd

CALIFORNIA CLOSETS The client had a large addition project that included a larger closet/dressing room area where she could also hang out with her two children, her husband, and her pets. Highlights include two large islands with waterfall countertops, a custom vanity area with a beautiful fleur mirror and a glass countertop, and a mirrored, three-way door system. There’s a space for absolutely every prized item in the client’s inventory, and it’s all stored beautifully and purposefully.

FLORY INTERIORS 02 DAYNA with MAC Construction

WHELAN CONSTRUCTION 03 M.J. with Authentic Kitchen & Design Inc.

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FINISHED BASEMENT

Judge’s Insights “I love, love, love (the basement by M.J. Whelan Construction)!” — Judge Mariel Wright

1st

2nd

BETH SINGER

MARTIN VECCHIO

01

3rd

JEFF GARLAND

XSTYLES BATH+MORE Different zones in this basement are defined through the use of columns, ceiling heights, and ceiling details. Walls frame in the utility room, full bath, and exercise room, and oversized columns conceal structural posts. Leathered Silver Wave marble resembling petrified wood is a showstopper; this unique stone was the inspiration for the basement. The waterfall island countertop displays the pattern to the floor, then extends your eye toward the wine room’s marble centerpiece. Relax and pour a drink!

02 MAISON BIRMINGHAM

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USE OF A COLLECTION, ANTIQUES, OR ART

1st

2nd

MARTIN VECCHIO

MARTIN VECCHIO

01

3rd

JEFF GARLAND

DAYNA FLORY INTERIORS with Masterworks Before this renovation, the television was mounted on the large wall. Reorienting the furniture to flank the fireplace left the wall very bare. Finding the right art was the key. The pieces depict layers of parchment-colored papers; one with a painted black square and the other a painted white square. Although bold, their simple nature provides visual peace. Balance was the key in this room, and the art is an integral piece in its success.

02 AMW DESIGN STUDIO

03 ANNIE KORDAS INTERIORS

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HOMES From vacation getaways to contemporary abodes, stellar designs wowed the judges

PHOTOGRAPHER

This kitchen is in the home that won second place in Historic Renovation/Restoration (50 Years or Older), by Maison Birmingham with Brian Neeper Architecture, PC and Jessica Neeper Interiors.

MARTIN VECCHIO

MAISON BIRMINGHAM with Brian Neeper Architecture, PC and Jessica Neeper Interiors

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HISTORIC RENOVATION/RESTORATION (50 YEARS OR OLDER)

Designer’s Goals “A 1910 brick Colonial was lovingly updated by restoring the original woodwork, repurposing materials, and bringing the home into the present.” — Anahi Hollis Design

1st

2nd

MARTIN VECCHIO

MARTIN VECCHIO

01

BETH SINGER

3rd

ANAHI HOLLIS DESIGN A 1910 brick Colonial was lovingly updated by restoring the original woodwork, repurposing materials, and bringing the home into the present. With limited square footage, creativity was needed to achieve an impactful kitchen featuring a restored Detroit-made Chrysler icebox. A glamorous first-floor powder room is the result of combining an unused rear staircase and coat closet. An antique dresser serves as a vanity, and the original soapstone from the kitchen was repurposed for the countertop and backsplash.

BIRMINGHAM 02 MAISON with Brian Neeper Architecture, PC |

DESIGN PROFESSIONALS INC. 03 CBI with Integrated Architectural Interiors

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SMALL-SPACE REMODEL (UP TO 1,000 SQUARE FEET)

1st

2nd

JEFF GARLAND

MARTIN VECCHIO

Designer’s Goals “Keeping the rear wall cabinet-free made it possible to add new, larger windows overlooking the gorgeous pool.” — MainStreet Design Build

3rd

CLARK + ALDINE

01

MAINSTREET DESIGN BUILD The kitchen layout was challenged by a path crossing through the workspace, and a main entry point cutting through the kitchen. The entry points were moved to each end, and a nook archway to the family room, rear entry, and mudroom was completely opened. Removing all cabinetry from the rear wall gives the kids a place to gather: the oversized island. Keeping the rear wall cabinet-free made it possible to add new, larger windows overlooking the gorgeous pool.

BIRMINGHAM 02 MAISON with Brian Neeper Architecture, PC |

03 CLARK + ALDINE

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ADDITION PROJECT (ARCHITECTURE)

Designer’s Goals “Viewed from the street, the height, proportion, and materiality of the garage present a quiet, seamless extension of the original house.” — M1DTW Architects

1st

2nd

BETH SINGER

01

CHRIS MIELE

BETH SINGER

3rd

M1DTW ARCHITECTS The homeowners of the Adare House, built in 1963, wanted a new four-car garage to replace their aging two-car carport. Viewed from the street, the height, proportion, and materiality of the garage present a quiet, seamless extension of the original house. The pavilion-like structure is clad in a painted poly-ash siding. The interior reveals the garage’s shed-like utilitarian qualities as well as unique qualities such as the diffuse daylighting provided by the expanse of polycarbonate wall.

MEADS ARCHITECTS 02 GLENDA with Petrucci Homes

DESIGN PROFESSIONALS INC. 03 CBI with Integrated Architectural Interiors

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LARGE REMODEL (MORE THAN 1,000 SQUARE FEET)

1st

MARTIN VECCHIO

01

GREG LAMARCO

2nd

BETH SINGER

3rd

DAYNA FLORY INTERIORS with Masterworks The original home had dark colors and finishes; bringing in light to achieve a fluid feeling between spaces was the main design objective. In the foyer, white floor-to-ceiling wainscoting was installed. This drenched the stairs in light and added classic sophistication. The original kitchen was completely closed off from the rest of the house, so all the walls were removed — making the kitchen the true heart of the home. The residence is now an elegant, livable space.

SAMARTINO DESIGN GROUP 02 MARTINI with LaMarco Homes

DESIGN PROFESSIONALS INC. 03 CBI with Integrated Architectural Interiors

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NEW MODEL HOME (ARCHITECTURE)

2nd

JEFF BARA

Designers’ Goals “The Bouverie model home is designed around an open-plan concept with dramatic sight lines throughout.” — Martini Samartini Design Group with Paul Anthony Homes

1st

SKYVIEW EXPERTS, LLC

01

WAYUP MEDIA

3rd

MARTINI SAMARTINO DESIGN GROUP with Paul Anthony Homes The Bouverie model home is designed around an open-plan concept with dramatic sight lines throughout. The foyer has stepped ceiling details and the staircase floats from one floor to the next. The main family, kitchen, and dining spaces share one taller ceiling with floor-to-ceiling window detailing. On the exterior, white brick contrasts with dark-brown trim accents. Steeply pitched hip roofs and wing walls on each end of the residence anchor the home to the site.

02 ROBERTSON HOMES

03 TOLL BROTHERS

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APARTMENT/LOFT/CONDO

Designer-Chic! “Yellow is the home’s common thread, and shows up on fabrics and wallcoverings.” — Laura Zender Design

1st

WERNER STRAUBE PHOTOGRAPHY

2nd

BRETT MOUNTAIN

01

3rd

TEXTURE PHOTOGRAPHY

LAURA ZENDER DESIGN The clients wanted a light and bright turnkey home. Inspiration came from the primary color palette found in their original Leroy Neiman prints, which were framed and hung in the dining nook. Yellow is the home’s common thread, and shows up on fabrics and wallcoverings. The walls were painted a high-key white to contrast with the dark cabinetry. Furnishings on the rooftop deck feature yellow-and-white cabana stripes — it’s a fun and whimsical space perfect for loft living!

02 CONCETTI

ARCHITECTS 03 DESROSIERS with Patricia Prose

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OVERALL HOME

1st

2nd

KARL MOSES

RAFAEL GAMO

01

JUSTIN MACONOCHIE

3rd

MARTINI SAMARTINO DESIGN GROUP with Johnson Custom Homes | Peggy G. Sass Interiors Situated on five rolling acres, this 3,950-square-foot, three-bedroom home takes advantage of the panoramic views. The foyer, with its glass floor, connects the private owner’s suite to the home’s public areas. Upon entering the main living portion, a bold staircase leads to the finished lower level. The soaring cathedral ceiling sends your eye to the large window wall anchoring the family room. A screened-in outdoor loggia allows access to the main living spaces and the owner’s suite.

STUDIO 02 IANNUZZI with Elizabeth Fields Design

03 MCINTOSH PORIS ASSOCIATES

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VACATION HOME IN MICHIGAN

2nd

1st

JEFF GARLAND

JEFF GARLAND

Architects’ Goals “Walls of double-hung windows provide views through the home to the lake beyond and flood the home with natural light.” — Angelini & Associates Architects

3rd

BETH SINGER

01

ANGELINI & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS The lakeside view of this home presents a dramatic impression, perched on the rim of a hill. Walls of double-hung windows provide views through the home to the lake beyond and flood the home with natural light. French doors are thrown open to the dining terrace, sheltered by the classically detailed porch. The stone-clad lower level provides a bunk room for grandchildren and a walkout level for entertaining. This home is warm, elegant, and timeless.

DESIGN+BUILD 02 MEADOWLARK with Surroundings Interior Design

& CO. 03 JONES-KEENA with Saroki Architecture

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CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE (MORE THAN 4,000 SQUARE FEET)

Designers’ Goals “A layout of clustered pavilions creates a sense of the building unfolding as it is experienced.” — Iannuzzi Studio with Elizabeth Fields Design

1st

2nd

RAFAEL GAMO

JUSTIN MACONOCHIE

01

MARTIN VECCHIO

3rd

IANNUZZI STUDIO with Elizabeth Fields Design An elegant form and façade are balanced with a dramatic, playful interior. A layout of clustered pavilions creates a sense of the building unfolding as it is experienced. From each room, windows frame views of both the beautiful natural setting and other components of the home itself. In this way, the outside is constantly invited into the home. It’s an ongoing conversation among the sublime modern exterior, the grand but warm interior, and the natural surroundings.

INTERIORS 02 SERBA with Lucid Architecture

DEVELOPMENT CORP. 03 STERLING with Jones-Keena & Co.

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CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE (UP TO 4,000 SQUARE FEET)

Designers’ Insights “The goal for this project was to create a two-family home that feels like a singlefamily home.” — Josh Henry Design with Seeley Arc

1st

2nd

PATRICK BOSSE

01

WAYUP MEDIA

3rd

KAY LAIR

JOSH HENRY DESIGN with Seeley Arc The goal for this project was to create a two-family home that feels like a single-family home. Relationships of lines, bold graphics, and materials visually break up the spaces while maintaining balance. Situated between commercial and residential architecture, the design pulls inspiration from both to create a seamless transition. The black roofline and overhang, combined with the large vertical corrugated graphic on the side of the home, act as a conceptual exoskeleton to protect the internal spaces.

02 ALLEGRETTI ARCHITECTS INC.

ARCHITECTS 03 DESROSIERS with EastWest Construction

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TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE (MORE THAN 4,000 SQUARE FEET)

1st

2nd

MARTIN VECCHIO

BETH SINGER

01

KARL MOSES

3rd

PETRUCCI HOMES with Krieger Klatt Architects This traditional, timeless custom home was carefully situated to take advantage of daylight, views, and the natural topography. An expansive front porch stretches across the front of the home, providing charm and depth. At the rear of the home, adjacent to the great room, a large terrace is perched above the landscape. A stone fireplace anchors this space and allows for various dining and seating options. The bedrooms are in a separate wing, for privacy.

| LUXE HOMES 02 VANBROUCK with Ellwood Interiors Inc.

03 MARTINI SAMARTINO DESIGN GROUP

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TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE (UP TO 4,000 SQUARE FEET)

Color Insights “The eggshell tone dominating the exterior works beautifully with the creamy beige shutters and shake shingles, giving off a calm presence.” — TR Design Group with Main Street Homes

1st

2nd

WERNER STRAUBE PHOTOGRAPHY

JEFF GARLAND

01

3rd

BETH SINGER

TR DESIGN GROUP with Main Street Homes This charming home is built on an infill lot with a reverse slope. The condition resulted in the first floor being elevated six feet above natural grade at the front of the home. A raised courtyard, staggered grade levels, and a retaining wall worked wonders. The eggshell tone dominating the exterior works beautifully with the creamy beige shutters and shake shingles, giving off a calm presence. The interior incorporates vibrant tones — a playful complement to the tranquil exterior.

02 ANGELINI & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS

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COMMERCIAL DESIGN Public spaces, landscapes, and the best in office kitchens impressed the panel

PHOTOGRAPHER

Splashes of teal make Detroit’s Benjamin Moore store (The Color Bloc) a hit. Concetti’s design project took third place in the Use of Color category.

BRETT MOUNTAIN

CONCETTI

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COMMUNITY/OFFICE SPACE (KITCHEN, BREAK ROOM, CONFERENCE ROOM, ETC.)

2nd

1st

BENNY CHAN

JOHN D’ANGELO

Designers’ Goals “A blend of materials including leather, walnut, and terazzo comprises the material palette ... ” — Pophouse

JEFF GARLAND

01

3rd

POPHOUSE The workplace for Rocket Mortgage Marketing fosters human connection and innovation. The concept and layout of the kitchen is open and central to allow for visibility, a sense of safety, and fluid conversation. Several seating options accommodate different activities. The use of tile and walnut paneling emphasizes artisanal materials and craftsmanship. A blend of materials including leather, walnut, and terrazzo comprises the material palette, connecting this space with the reception area and open-office look and feel.

JONES, LLC 02 MARIANNE with Young & Young

03 DAVIS & DAVIS INTERIOR DESIGN

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USE OF COLOR

1st

WERNER STRAUBE PHOTOGRAPHY

2nd

MARTIN VECCHIO

01

3rd

BRETT MOUNTAIN

LAURA ZENDER DESIGN The earthy color palette and rustic arches and beams of the Ypsi Cocktail Club relate well to this company’s original raw distilling space, and the owners also wanted to bring to mind a classic French bistro. Pine-themed wallpaper is a nod to the juniper bush used to distill gin, yet it’s reminiscent of a small-scale French floral. The olive-colored, crushed-velvet banquette complements the wallpaper. Five vintage Murano glass chandeliers punctuate the bar, and a wall mural ties the colors together.

02 ANAHI HOLLIS DESIGN

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COMMERCIAL LANDSCAPE

1st

JOHN CARLSON

2nd

STEVEN CHILDS

01

JASON KEEN

3rd

MICHAEL J. DUL & ASSOCIATES with Laura Foxman In the heart of Detroit’s New Center Area, this play space functions as an important amenity for the established bordering neighborhood. Mature-canopy trees beautifully integrate and help delineate the space into an elegant playground setting. Poured-in-place concrete borders define straightforward but graceful forms and help contain the wood fiber mulch. Generous masses of dwarf ornamental grasses add soft texture throughout the playscape, and skillful placement allows the play structures to melt into the landscape.

02 GOLDNER WALSH GARDEN & HOME

& COMPANY 03 ZAREMBA with Ghafari Associates

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LOBBY

Designers’ Goals “The result is a silky blend of modern materials with Art Deco influence.” — Kraemer Design Group with Intramode

1st

KYLE BERRYMAN

2nd

RYAN SOUTHEN

01

3rd

JOHN D’ANGELO

KRAEMER DESIGN GROUP with Intramode The Kahn, originally the “New Center Building,” was designed by Albert Kahn Associates and built in 1930-31. The limestone-clad ediface was constructed as an Art Deco complement to the nearby Fisher Building. Exquisite historic details have been preserved in this renovation. Inspiration came from the main lobby with its striking red marble walls, monochromatic striped stone floor, painted plaster, fluted lights, and brass decorations. The result is a silky blend of modern materials with Art Deco influence.

02 ELLWOOD INTERIORS INC.

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OFFICE

Designer’s Goals “Bright materials with reflective qualities provide an atmosphere that’s open and airy.” — Kilano Design + Build

1st

2nd

JOHN D’ANGELO

01

MATEO MORRISON

JUSTIN MACONOCHIE

3rd

KILANO DESIGN + BUILD Located underground in a long-standing building, this project presented challenges. Creative solutions transformed the space into a bright, inviting office. To maximize the amount of natural light coming in, the stairwell from the street level was exposed and replaced with glass. Bright materials with reflective qualities provide an atmosphere that’s open and airy. Natural wood tones, biophilic elements, color, and texture make this office warm and inviting. The final product promotes creativity and collaboration.

02 POPHOUSE

03 MCINTOSH PORIS ASSOCIATES

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RESTAURANTS/BARS

1st

JUSTIN MACONOCHIE

2nd

WERNER STRAUBE PHOTOGRAPHY

01

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EMMA SANDLER

MCINTOSH PORIS ASSOCIATES Housed in an Art Deco building, the Olin bar and kitchen captures the history and modernism of Detroit. The newly designed storefront system consists of blue-gray metal panels with decorative pilasters between large glass-paneled windows. The kitchen, restaurant, bar, and lounge provide a casual, relaxed atmosphere. Traditional fluted columns reflect the storefront design, and the existing black-and-white mosaic floor adds an eclectic twist to the dining room. Colorful murals by a Detroit artist tie together industrial-themed elements and the lighting fixtures.

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WHITETAIL FARM | HOME & LIFESTYLE This industrial space is home to a design studio and boutique retail business. White walls and a black ceiling make for a clean backdrop. Built-in shelving along the back wall provides great storage and display for retail items. Everything was kept clean and white so products can shine and be switched around seamlessly. Concrete flooring spans the main studio, but antique barn wood in the office warms it up and adds interest.

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With stellar commercial and residential projects under her belt, and a growing collection of Detroit Design Awards, there’s no doubt interior designer Annie Kordas is deserving of the 2022 Rising Star honor TEXT BY MEGAN SWOYER ROOM PHOTOS BY JEFF GARLAND

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he’s got a French-education background, so it shouldn’t be surprising that some French-inspired ooh-la-la and je ne sais quoi shows up in the work of the 2022 Detroit Design Awards’ Rising Star. Mais bien sûr, Annie Kordas, owner of Annie Kordas Interiors in Grosse Pointe Farms — who’s been named the top designer among the up-and-comers in the nominated field — has a degree in French language and culture from the University of Michigan. After years of teaching French at the International Academy Okma Campus in Bloomfield Hills and the University of Michigan–Dearborn, Kordas decided to focus on her love of design, antiques, color, and global influences, and made a move to transition her career into interior design. From her first days as a designer, working on fashioning spacious medical offices in Grosse Pointe Woods and putting her stamp on the executive board room at the Metropolitan Baking Co. in Hamtramck, to more recent projects with

Clockwise from above left: Annie Kordas won first place in the Detroit Design Awards’ Children’s Room/Play Space last year. One of Kordas’ gorgeous bedroom designs, with a fantastic mix of materials. This year’s Rising Star!

young families who want her to create the perfect stylish-but-cozy home, Kordas has aimed for top results. She wowed this year’s Design Awards judges in the Home Office and Use of a Collection, Antiques, or Art categories, and placed in the top three for her design efforts. You’ll want to update your own home office once you check out the photo of her winning office in this issue’s Interiors section. (She chose a pair of contemporary Jonathan Adler lamps to illuminate four original paintings of men, and white Herman Miller soft-pad chairs are a nod to the Mid-century Modern era. The walls and drapes are neutral, to allow the antelope carpet flooring and dark green ceiling to take center stage. It’s stunning!) Last year, Kordas won first place in the Detroit Design Awards’ Children’s Room/Play Space category. A busy mom of two grade-school-age children and wife to George Kordas, the designer prefers tradition-with-a-twist. She’s told the magazine in the past, “I don’t know what makes my brain tick!” Whatever it is, that unique catalyst inspires a vintage-modern feel that’s “kind of French,” she has admitted. She also prefers pattern play, the use of dark wall colors every now and then, wallpaper (even on the ceiling, at times), marble (in all bathrooms), and a clever mix of art, furnishings, and materials. Congratulations to Annie Kordas! We can’t wait to see what she designs next.

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With plenty of natural light, the interior design is sleek and modern; a wide-plank oak floor, combined with stone and white oak accents, warms the entire palette. Other noteworthy features include a European-style kitchen that opens to an informal dining space and a large family room with exterior exposure to the north; the first-floor owners’ suite, which is tucked behind a floating oak-tread stairway; and the second floor, with two private bedroom suites. All in all, this mountain-modern design exudes a warm and casual feel within the structure of clean and contemporary styling that showcases its ski-vacation influences. Well done!

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Linda Fennell Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Kee Realty Washington Jimmy Ferris RE/MAX Team 2000 Dearborn Tom Figlan Real Estate One Chesterfield Chesterfield Township Tom Fincham Community Choice Realty Birmingham Kelly Finley New Century Realtors Troy Roxanne Fitzpatrick Keller Williams Advantage Northville Brent Flewelling The Charles Reinhart Company Ann Arbor Frank Flynn Hall & Hunter Realtors Birmingham Emily Ford Morgan Milzow & Ford Realtors Clarkston Justin Ford eXp Realty, LLC Plymouth Pam Ford Morgan Morgan Milzow & Ford Realtors Clarkston TJ Francisco Real Estate One Sterling Heights Clinton Township Lygia Galizia Keller Williams Advantage Novi Jessica Gamache Zielke Stewart Team Real Estate Partners Rochester Deborah Gannes Hall & Hunter Realtors Birmingham

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Joseph Randall Mortgage 1 Sterling Heights

Nicole Messina Lucrative Home Loans Rochester Hills

Sam Reda Guaranteed Rate Northville

Agnes Miesch Michigan United Mortgage Brighton

Trevor Rice Arcadia Lending Clawson

Dan Monk In House Mortgage Sterling Heights

Rick Richter CrossCountry Mortgage Ann Arbor

Jonathon Narens Flagstar Bank Troy

Corey Roediger Hancock Mortgage Partners Rochester Hills

Joe Nathan National Home Lending Plymouth

Dante Rosa Dante Rosa Home Loans Shelby Township

Derek Nehr Great Lakes Mortgage Financial Sterling Heights

Kelley Ross Ross Mortgage Corporation Troy

Manny Nino First State Bank Clinton Township

Thelma Rossbach Cason Home Loans Fenton

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Bill Sassin Great Lakes Mortgage Financial Sterling Heights

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Scott Sisler Kaye Financial Corporation Farmington Hills

James Taveggia Caliber Home Loans Rochester

David Wechsler Union Home Mortgage Bingham Farms

Matthew Sitterlet Independent Bank Brighton

Chris Thomas Iris Mortgage Grosse Pointe Park

Chris Welch Advisors Capital Novi

Billy Slobin Supreme Lending Farmington Hills

Toni Thwaites Ross Mortgage Corporation Birmingham

Chris West Caliber Home Loans Plymouth

Jake Slobin Supreme Lending Farmington Hills

Walter Tyslicki Mortgage 1 Allen Park

Chad Whistler Mortgage 1 Sterling Heights

Tim Smith Level One Bank Birmingham

Sanne Van Roessel Regal Home Lending Farmington Hills

Lisa Whitman Mortgage 1 Sterling Heights

Tim Steinbrecher Caliber Home Loans Shelby Township

Scott Vansickle Victory Home Loans Clinton Township

Chris Wilson Academy Mortgage Corporation Ann Arbor

Nathan Steiner Guaranteed Rate Grosse Pointe Farms

Benji Vista Staunton Financial Livonia

Tony Wright In House Mortgage Sterling Heights

Steve Stork CrossCountry Mortgage Bloomfield Hills

Brad Wasil Independent Bank Brighton

Brandon Wrobel Flagstar Bank Clarkston

Mike Stotz Michigan First Mortgage Lathrup Village

Mark Webberly US Bank Bloomfield Hills

Thomas Ziegler Union Home Mortgage Allen Park

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ANNIE KORDAS INTERIORS

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AV IMAGINED

BEAVER TILE AND STONE

BOURLIER’S BARBEQUE & FIREPLACE

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ARCHADECK

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CALIFORNIA CLOSETS

CHARFOOS DESIGN

CONCETTI

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248.593.9393 Bloomfield Hills, MI charfoosdesign.com

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DESIGN TOWN EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES SPONSORED BY DETROIT DESIGN

DEREK DICKOW PRESENTS: POWER CONNECTIONS | BUILDING POWERFUL CONNECTIONS IN COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE Renowned networking expert Derek Dickow kicks off his 2022 season with a powerful business-to-business event that unites professionals within the commercial real estate industry. Please join him at The Townsend Hotel in Birmingham on Thursday, June 9, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. This immersive seminar offers a large 1 vs. 1 speed networking session, as well as an opportunity for structured networking among developers, service providers, real estate investors, and municipal/government leaders. For more information and to register, visit derekdickow.com/events/ power-connections-in-commercial-real-estate.

EYESON DESIGN | DESIGNED FOR SPEED All are welcome for EyesOn Design at the Ford House on Father’s Day Sunday, June 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Grosse Pointe Shores. Legendary Jack Roush reigns over our 35th annual show, themed “Designed for Speed,” featuring a field with race cars of the past, present, and future. Mingle with auto industry insiders during the elegant Champagne brunch from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. This special occasion is marked by preliminary weekend events. On Friday, enjoy Vision Honored at M1 Concourse in Pontiac to celebrate designer Peter Brock, participate in the driving tour of southeast Michigan, or secure a high-speed ride with professional drivers. Come Saturday, symposiums are set to honor ArtCenter College of Design visionary Strother MacMinn and trailblazers of Corvette automotive design at General Motors Design Dome in Warren. A meet and greet at General Motors Heritage Center in Sterling Heights is scheduled to follow. Proceeds support the visually impaired through Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology. It is the ultimate Father’s Day gift and a must-attend for every car lover. Tickets are limited. Visit eyesondesign.com to reserve yours today!

HOTWORKS.ORG | ORCHARD LAKE FINE ART SHOW Join us for the 19th HotWorks.org Orchard Lake Fine Art Show on Saturday, July 30 (from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.), and Sunday, July 31 (from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.), in West Bloomfield. A juried fine art and craft show, it has been voted as one of the top 100 in America. All featured art is original and personally handmade by artists present at the event, with $2,500 in professional artist awards. While at the show, visit Raymond James Youth Art Competition. Students in grades K-8 are encouraged to participate for a chance at winning the cash prize of $250. Enjoy great entertainment and quality food. Proceeds support Institute for the Arts and Education. This nonprofit organization focuses on visual arts, community enrichment, cultural diversity, and fostering art education among youth. Parking is available in the back half lot behind Beaumont Medical Center, located at 6900 Orchard Lake Road. Admission is $5; children 13 and under enter for free. For details, visit hotworks.org or facebook.com/hotworksartshows.

THE PARADE COMPANY | FORD FIREWORKS The Ford Fireworks are back! Join us for the Ford Fireworks Rooftop Party, presented by Ford Motor Company, on Monday, June 27, from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Experience the best seats to view the fireworks atop Center Garage. Guests, adults and children alike, will overlook the beautiful Detroit River while enjoying delectable food by Andiamo, games, giveaways, live music, plus more! Our 64th annual Ford Fireworks continue as one of the largest displays in America. Produced by The Parade Company, it will light up Detroit’s skyline at dusk with picturesque views of downtown and beyond. This celebration is one of the most spectacular yearly fundraisers. Proceeds benefit the Michigan Thanksgiving Parade Foundation. Tickets are $300; children 6 and under are $125. To purchase tickets, please call 313-923-7400 or visit theparade.org.

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GORMAN’S INTERIORS

HARMONY

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Metro Detroit, MI harmony.build

KSI KITCHEN & BATH

LAFATA CABINETS

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PERFORMANCE REMODELING

PERLMUTTER-FREIWALD, INC.

586.540.6000 Shelby Township, MI windowsroofingsiding.com

248.626.8823 Franklin, MI perlmutterfreiwald.com

PRM CUSTOM BUILDERS

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248.260.7639 Rochester Hills, MI renovationbydesign.com

313.492.8103 | 313.600.5498 Farmington Hills, MI @sullivanstricklerdesign

TEMPLETON BUILDING CO.

TK DESIGN & ASSOCIATES

VIRGINIA TILE COMPANY

248.642.5330 Birmingham, MI templetonbc.com

248.446.1960 South Lyon, MI tkhomedesign.com

734.762.2400 Farmington Hills | Grand Rapids | Troy virginiatile.com

PEWABIC TILE 313.626.2030 Detroit, MI pewabic.org/tile

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INTRODUCING

THE AGENCY HALL & HUNTER Combining the Family Legacy of Hall & Hunter with the Global Vision of The Agency The Agency Hall & Hunter combines the nearly 70-year legacy of Southeast Michigan’s premier, locally-owned real estate firm with the resources of a global, boutique brokerage, The Agency. The Birmingham team provides their clients with extensive local knowledge, personalized concierge service, cutting-edge technology, creative marketing and a vast global network. Because more of the same is never an option.

Wherever you’re going, we can take you there. 442 S. OLD WOODWARD AVENUE, BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009 248.644.3500 | THEAGENCYRE.COM/HALLANDHUNTER

AN INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED LICENSEE OF UMRO REALTY CORP.

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