Margeaux Interiors receives Detroit Design Award for Kitchen Design

We are humbled and honored to have received a Detroit Design Award for Kitchen Design. Thank you @DetroitDesign for this recognition. (Photography by Beth Singer) The mid-century modern kitchen renovation of the 1940’s bungalow in Birmingham was completed in 2020. The 150 sq foot space may have been challenged on square footage, however, the newContinue reading “Margeaux Interiors receives Detroit Design Award for Kitchen Design”


Detroit Home Design Awards

As we shelter in place during these challenging times, we may discover rooms in our home that need to be updated. This living room, which was awarded last week by Detroit Home Magazine, Use of Repurposed Furniture, had quality furniture pieces that just needed a refresh with cozy fabrics, modern finishes, and pops of color.Continue reading “Detroit Home Design Awards”

Margeaux Interiors featured in Houzz Ideabook

Natalie Myers I am an interior designer with a passion for modern clean spaces and timeless… More » Architectural Salvage Stakes a Claim No need to hit the junkyard. Gorgeous salvage finds are now showing up in mainstream stores — and stylish interiors There was a time when architectural salvage materials could be found for very littleContinue reading “Margeaux Interiors featured in Houzz Ideabook”

Your Door is Now Open to Interior Design..

Past meets  Present. The “new vintage” space borrows from the timeless designs of Art Deco, Beaux Arts, Danish Modern, and Jean-Michel Frank.A mixture of antiques, recycled, locally produced art and new pieces, along with expressions of history in Detroit, make this a sophisticated, warm and relaxing space. The space was challenging due to the angledContinue reading “Your Door is Now Open to Interior Design..”