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.
Much thanks to @detroithomemagazine @detroitdesignmagazine
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The traditional living room with a boho modern twist comes alive with accents of cherry blossom red mixed with neutral tones of gray.  Black adds drama to the architectural details of the fireplace and windows, as well as, updating the pine armoire (with hidden tv),  and cocktail ottoman. Organic elements found in the accessories soften the traditional lines of the bergere chair.  The antique rug anchors the warm and cozy space with luxurious fabrics.  A great place to relax from the days events.

 

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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.