Design Tips

Rita O’Brien IDS, Rita O’Brien Design Group | photo by Jeff Garland

Monday, May 4, 2015

Remodeling

May is officially upon us, which means the weather is warmer, the flowers are blooming, and remodeling projects are getting underway. While it may seem a daunting task, remodeling can add function to your most used spaces and value to your home.

Left: Kravet, suite 105 | Right: Pollack at Tennant & Associates, suite 61

Monday, April 6, 2015

Green Design

With Earth Day right around the corner, we’re highlighting a few of the many products at MDC that are environmentally sustainable. Whether it’s flooring, fabric, surface materials or windowcoverings, we’ve got the goods you’ll feel good about putting in your home.

1. REPLACE HEAVY DRAPES. Design by AMW Studio | Photo by Michael Weinstein

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Spring Refresh

March brings renewal and warmth to the outdoors, but also inspiration for the indoors. We all feel the need to clean up after months of hibernation and breathe life into the space we call home, but sometimes we don’t know where to start.

Left: “Mom’s Time Out” by Conway Interiors | Right: "Collector’s Gallery” by David & Davis Home

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Design 2 Ways is a Hit!

Our recent “Design 2 Ways” event attracted more than 350 guests and collected over $1500 for the event’s charity partner, Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center’s ArtAccess Program.

Sharon Kory, Sharon Kory Interiors | right: photo by Beth Singer, left: photo by Jeff Garland

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Back to Basics

The cold temperatures and snow will keep most of us snuggled up in our homes this month, so what better time than now to spruce up our indoor spaces? We asked our designers to go back to the basics and share the essentials that they cannot live without when designing a room:

Left: Room Service Interior Design. Right: Richard Ross Designs.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

2015 – The Year of the Bathroom Remodel

2015 is officially here, and while personal resolutions are a great way to improve one’s physical and mental health, it’s important not to forget the brick-and-mortar that keeps our families safe and sound.

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