Artichoke Interiors

This kitchen design was centered around the cobalt blue lacornue range.

Backsplash tile is from Cercan tile, floor tile is from Beaver Tile, cabinetry is from Artichoke Interiors, and lighting is from Lighting Resource Studio.

Large windows and sky blue paint make the transition between interior and exterior almost seamless in this master bedroom seating area. Vintage wicker was updated with new fabric by Pindler.

The tile detail in this bathroom is the perfect complement to the view. Tile by Cercan Tile. Lighting by Lighting Resource Studio.

photo by Texture Photography

The homeowner’s love of black, white, and pink inspired this kitchen design. The tile is from Cercan Tile, counter stools are from Fairfield and the cabinets are from Artichoke Interiors.

photo by Texture Photography

The wall between the kitchen and the dining nook was removed to flood the kitchen with natural light.

photo by Texture Photography

The kitchen nook is anchored by non-slip flooring and easy care furnishings to accommodate the home owner’s foster dogs.

The black claw foot tub takes center stage in the master bathroom, enveloped by Schumacher’s classic Pyne Hollyhock wallpaper.

photo by Texture Photography

Laundry is more fun in a cheerful room. In this room, the floor pattern is mimicked in the overhead light. Tile from Virginia Tile. Lighting from Lighting Resource Studio.

photo by Texture Photography

This small powder room gets pizzazz with an antique mirror, a wallpapered ceiling, and a retro styled light from City Lights Detroit.

photo by Texture Photography

The drapery fabric from Schumacher sets the color pallet and vibe in this cozy master bedroom.

photo by Texture Photography

This rustic home is the perfect blend of rustic and elegant for an upscale casual feel.

photo by Texture Photography

Simple art and dynamic lighting are all that is needed in this narrow hallway.

photo by Texture Photography

photo by Texture Photography

photo by Beth Singer

A tiny cottage bedroom required careful space planning while preserving the view.

photo by Beth Singer

Recycled materials and vintage finds were used to outfit this tiny lake house.

photo by Beth Singer

Even the exterior of this tiny cottage was furnished with flea market finds. Every aspect focuses on the gorgeous lake view.

Easy care materials and performance fabrics make this lake house easy to relax in. Tile by Beaver Tile. Lighting by Lighting Resource Studio.

Michigan winters just got cozier with this wood burning stove surrounded by a woodsy inspired tile surround by Cercan Tile.

Wavey tile walls and a natural agate floor by Cercan Tile echo the Michigan lake feel of this home.

photo by Robert DiTommaso

A high ceiling is brought into proportion through color and lighting in this 19th century house. The homeowner's family dresser was converted into a sink vanity and adorned with crystal doorknobs for handles.

photo by Renee Rapson

An outdated 90's kitchen is transformed with Medallion cabinetry and high end appliances. Fabric by Fabricut.

photo by Renee Rapson

A porcelain ledgestone tile provides a durable but stunning backsplash for this cooking area. Cabinets by Medallion. Tile from Beaver Tile.

photo by Renee Rapson

This tiny powder room still has big impact with a glass mosaic tile floor from Virginia Tile.

photo by Renee Rapson

Classic lines and simple fabrics allow the view to be the focus of this room. Furniture from R.J. Thomas.

photo by Renee Rapson

This traditional kitchen is updated with new cabinet hardware, lighting, furnishings, and accessories. Custom table by Artichoke Interiors, chairs from R.J. Thomas. Fabrics from Pindler.

photo by David Yarnall

A 1920's home gets a kitchen overhaul with a combination of farm and craftsman styling.

photo by David Yarnall

A trip to Italy inspired this lower level remodel with gentle arches and natural materials. The focus is on entertaining in the bar area with a custom booth and high top tables with seating for twenty. Tile by Virginia Tile.

photo by David Yarnall

An old fireplace grate is used as an architectural element in the seating area. Hand carved corbels adorn the bar front.

photo by David Yarnall

The homeowner’s framed photography adds a personal touch in the sitting room. The detailed ceiling makes this space warm and inviting. Seating by Hancock and Moore.

photo by David Yarnall

A large bar area separates his and her sitting rooms. Tile by Virginia Tile. Fabric by Robert Allen.

Design Philosophy

My design goal is to create striking, personal spaces for my clients that are a reflection of themselves and the things they love. I often incorporate customers’ personal collections in a fresh new way. While trends come and go, good design remains constant and is worth investing in. It should be inspiring, beautiful and timeless.

Specialties

Dawn’s design firm, Artichoke Interiors, includes a team of designers that specialize in a broad scope of budgets and design styles. From hourly consultations to complete remodels and new builds, we have the resources, products and knowledge to transform environments. Dawn's personal favorite projects include remodeling older homes and lake homes.

Fee Methods

Hourly consultations, project based estimates. Complimentary consultation at studio.

Complimentary Consultation

Yes

Additional Information

Dawn’s work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Detroit Design Magazine, Detroit News Homestyle, The Oakland Press, and had the cover story for Detroit Home Magazine. She has also participated in Designer Home tours and personal home tours that benefitted local charities.