Project 1 – a fun mix of vintage (remained) and antique and classical meets glamour.
Project 2 – The next project is our most compelling before and after story of a residential family room that transformed from an unfocused nightmare to a very contemporary space using a wavy wall composite to make a statement fireplace.
Project 3 – The 3rd space is a home office. The Cooke’s wanted this office to feel like it was connected to their garden. We did a custom drip technique that takes 3 people at once to apply. It was a spanish moss effect on a sunny day. We included architectural artifacts as well to add to the outdoor charm.
Project 4 – The 4th space is actually a home that belonged to the Henry Ford family. The new owners (Cardwell) wanted to keep the historical integrity to the home yet make it their own. We used transitional furnishings and an eclectic mix of art and architectural artifacts that we purchased on buying trips with the client. This home was featured in the Dearborn Symphony Home tour.
Project 5 – Space number 5 is a commercial space. It is for Cutters Editorial. The are an editorial house for editing television commercials. It’s a very creative client and their clients spend many hours in the editing room.
Project 6 – The 6th space was an event we did for the Michigan Design Center’s Celebrations Event. Each showroom asks a designer to do a take on a Celebration, i.e. Christmas, Halloween or an engagement party. Baker Furniture Showroom asked us to do theirs and to not make it a Holiday. We chose to show how you can make the meal an event, so we did this seafood inspired setting and it won 1st prize for “the look people most wanted to recreate in their own home”.