Margeaux Interiors featured in Houzz Idea Book

 

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Margeaux Interiors featured in Detroit Home Magazine

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Thank you Detroit Home Magazine for this great article, which is out this week, featuring a kitchen renovation we recently completed in Ann Arbor. I am very honored to be highlighted among such other fine talent that Detroit offers.

A special thanks also, to the wonderful team that brought the project together:  Prestige Design and Build, Cole Wagner, Kitchens by Richards, Mitch Herrera, Mike Deljevic, Virginia Tile, Ghiordes Knot/Hagopian, TRA, Dwyer Marble and Stone.

Margeaux Interiors featured in Houzz Ideabook

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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 little money, offering great savings along with a layer of uniqueness. Now that more architectural salvage yards are open to the public and more people appreciate the history and texture that architecturally salvaged materials bring to their homes, retailers are also offering salvage style at a premium. The appeal of salvaged materials is that they can be made to conform to any style, from traditional to modern. And there is still plenty of potential for savings and a special touch if you can think outside the box.
A salvaged door, perhaps from an office or a bygone era of residential building, would make quite a first impression. The weathered appeal of wood is inviting and warm.