photo by Beth Singer

This room was created around two exquisite rugs. A neutral palette lets the beauty of the rugs shine through, and a mix of metals, textures, and wood tones assured the room felt as luxurious as the rugs themselves.

photo by Beth Singer

Layering of art and fabrics and textiles and metals make a neutral palette anything but bland.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This home once belonged to the Henry Ford family. The owners wanted to respect the home’s provenance, but make it their own. Transitional furnishings gave the clients comfort and beauty while honoring the past.

photo by Gene Meadows

Oversized architectural columns and a concrete architectural artifact add drama to this spacious living room.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This home’s fireplace and chandelier date to the turn of the century. Custom furnishings accent the home's heritage, yet portray the owner's personal style. Asian influences, transitional accents, and antiques co-exist.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A Lillian August demilune chest is topped with Asian art and lamps with custom silk shades.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This dining room uses a mix of metals and steel blue accents to add richness and depth to this beautiful space.

photo by K.C. Vansen

The entrance to this master suite is not only functional for storage, but provides a seating area and a gallery for the client's wonderful art collection.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This bedroom features a custom bed, custom window treatments, and custom bedding. The Venetian mirror is antique and the architectural pieces on the wall are from Detroit.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Custom bedding and draperies add luxurious details to this master suite.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Our clients wanted a unique, modern update. A fireplace was removed and a 3-D wall with floating fireplace and inset TV were designed to be the focal point. Custom drapery and coffee table complete the look.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This space caters to a very creative clientele. Classic iconic furniture from various design periods were upholstered in a bright green. A custom floor and walnut room divider add warmth.

photo by K.C. Vansen

An eclectic mix of art and found objects makes a great backdrop for this mid-century modern chair in this commercial lobby.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This kitchen is custom down to the smallest details, including colored and distressed cabinetry, and a one-of-a-kind paint treatment.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This kitchen features a 3" butcher block for a raised working height. Antique chandeliers were converted into down lights over the island.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A garden gate from France hangs as art in this custom kitchen.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Antique lighting rewired with contemporary pendants is both beautiful and functional over this kitchen island.

photo by K.C. Vansen

In order to create more space to display our client’s various collections, we designed a deck to visually open up the small dining room. A vintage bowling pin collection now hangs upside down over the French doors.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A collection of Jonathan Adler vases co-exists nicely with a mid-century dresser and original art.

photo by K.C. Vansen

We designed a dramatic fireplace, a custom wall treatment and brought in columns and antique chairs for this home, which has been featured in numerous publications.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Neoclassic meets contemporary for an eclectic, glamorous, and colorful mix in this living room.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This large living room was furnished with a 12-foot sofa and large-scale mirror, complete with photography we commissioned for the room itself.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This galley kitchen in a 1920s home was revamped with new cabinets, a cork floor, Ann Sacks tile, and Red Marinace granite.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Dan Davis Design staged a vignette for a family holiday gathering at Michigan Design Center’s Celebrations @home Event. The vignette was staged in the Baker Knapp & Tubbs Showroom.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Custom built-ins and red silk wallpaper punctuate the fireplace wall in this luxe condo.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Custom ottomans were designed to integrate into the custom built-ins for flexibility of seating in this small condo.

photo by K.C. Vansen

We designed this tea room with various blue tones using the client’s heirloom antiques and a custom cobalt chesterfield sofa.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Re-upholstered vintage seating in a contrast welt and an enlarged family portrait help set the stage for this tea room.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A client’s collection of family china flows throughout the dining and living spaces of this home.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Ann Sacks tile and exotic granite add warmth to this galley kitchen redo.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This kitchen remodel features gray stained upper cabinetry and a slightly darker painted gray finish on the lower cabinetry.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Exotic granite was used for the backsplash and honed black granite was used for the countertops.

photo by K.C. Vansen

In this galley kitchen, crackle-glazed subway tile for the sink backsplash lets the granite over the stove be the star of the design.

photo by Beth Singer

A luxe mix of color and textures defines this salon setting.

photo by Beth Singer

Nothing says luxury more than attention to details and a sophisticated mix of textures.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A kitchen/addition tripled the size of the old kitchen and accommodated a sunroom. Custom cabinets and cork flooring add interest, and the copper pendants are a nice juxtaposition to the cooler colors of the backsplash.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Metallic glass backsplash from Beaver Tile, in a silvery blue, plays off nicely against the neutral space.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Clarke and Clarke wallpaper sets the stage for this colorful bedroom.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Soft and colorful layering is a unique juxtaposition to this metal headboard. 

photo by K.C. Vansen

A total renovation of a mid-century inspired home, with custom built-ins and fireplace, as well as custom furnishings.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A custom bar with a dramatic backsplash lightens up this dining area.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A small dining room bar has a big impact with this foil wallpaper.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Custom details on these host chairs add layers of detail in the space.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A long, narrow living space was solved by this unique design of the built-ins and fireplace and custom rug notched around the hearth.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Unique details and furnishings infuse a lot of personality into this space.

photo by K.C. Vansen

This antique chair found new life in a beautiful turquoise upholstery and accent pillow.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A complete redo of this kitchen added a lot of work space and storage as well as dramatic design.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A small unused kitchen nook was reinvented to add seating and storage.

photo by K.C. Vansen

A small, enclosed kitchen was opened up to the rest of the house and reinvented into a mid-century inspired showpiece.

photo by K.C. Vansen

The white uppers and gray counters really set off the warmth of the horizontal graining of these custom walnut lower cabinets.

photo by K.C. Vansen

Italian tile was used in this monochromatic kitchen to add a layer of texture and interest.

photo by K.C. Vansen

The horizontal graining of these lower cabinets accentuates this run of custom cabinetry.

photo by K.C. Vansen

The details of this Italian tile are both unique and beautiful.

photo by Gene Meadows

Mid-century modern meets rustic in this redo of an open concept home.

photo by Gene Meadows

Mid-century mixes with eclectic accessories in this sitting room.

photo by Gene Meadows

Family treasures intermingle with Arts & Crafts furniture.

photo by Gene Meadows

Antique shoe molds become art when placed in a collection on a deep windowsill.

photo by Gene Meadows

Color pops against the best chosen neutrals and layered textures.

photo by Gene Meadows

Contemporary accessories look great when juxtaposed with Arts & Crafts furniture for an up-to-date mix.