The shades of the front doors and interior walls hint at the color scheme within this handsome home, while the chandelier and abstract area rug add a touch of glamour. Chandelier: Twist Chandelier by Circa Lighting
Glass lamps from Circa Lighting are filled with sand from a nearby beach for a coastal touch. Beyond the seating area, a 30-foot-wide telescoping glass door allows for an unobstructed path to the pool.
A neutral palette is the perfect backdrop for strong furniture silhouettes and earthy details. In this stylish living room, a large scale mirror creates focus over a shallow fireplace mantel. Pillows: Zak and Fox; Lights: Circa Lighting
This beautiful master bedroom is both practical and peaceful: The custom bed is upholstered in durable Perennials fabric that can stand up to the youngest members of the family. Art above the headboard gives a focal point to the serene space. Lamps: Circa Lighting
To make this oversized space feel comfortable for a large family, the designers combined earthy materials like reclaimed wood and handmade terracotta tiles with more traditional elements like the white painted cabinets. The Silestone counters were selected with durability in mind and the cabinets were customized to the specific needs of the homeowners. Fixtures: Circa Lighting; Prouve dining chairs: DWR
In the master bedroom, designers brought in furniture with bold fabrics and stains to that the space would feel luxurious and stunning. For example, the headboard of the bed and the dark stain on the nightstands and the frame of the mirror create a luscious feeling in the design.
Located in the original Detroit Fire Department Headquarters, a circa-1929 Neoclassical building, the Detroit Foundation Hotel opened in 2017. Authentic firehouse features, such as the iconic red arched doors where the fire engines would pass, have been maintained. Original glazed brick tiles seamlessly mesh with modern lighting fixtures by Incite Design.
The dressing room features the adaptation and repurposing of vintage Birdseye maple cabinetry circa 1950, obtained at an estate sale. Originally a built-in bedroom set, Designer Lauren Levant separated and rearranged the pieces to create the dressing room's closets as well as a new double sink vanity for the bathroom. She raised the clothes armoires onto a new continuous platform she built and lined with LED light for dramatic and efficient shoe storage around the full perimeter of the room. Between some of the armoires, Levant added hanging rod sections and accessory sorting solutions.