March 1, 2019
Michigan Design Center Design Line
Sample Sale

FRIDAY, MARCH 22 | 9 A.M. - 7 P.M.
& SATURDAY, MARCH 23 | 10 A.M. - 3 P.M.

Annual Sample Sale

Don’t miss the opportunity to find deep discounts on designer furniture, lighting, rugs, fabric, bedding, artwork, flooring, and accessories during MDC’s annual Sample Sale. Admission is a non-perishable food item or monetary donation of your choice to benefit Gleaners Community Food Bank, which has been “feeding people and nourishing lives” for more than 40 years.
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Coffee and cookies

FRIDAY, MARCH 22 | 11:30 A.M. - 3 P.M.
Suite 93

Sample Sale E.W. Kitchens
Nibble Nook

Stop by E.W.’s Nibble Nook to refresh and feed your culinary cravings while maneuvering through the matrix of fantastic deals at MDC’s annual Sample Sale. E.W. will be providing a delicious array of grilled chicken, grilled veggies, nuts, sweets, and liquid refreshment to empower you to find your dream furnishings. Don’t miss your perfect purchase due to hunter hunger or fatigue!

Hickory Oriental Rug

MARCH 4 - MARCH 27 | Suite 82

2019 RJ Thomas Rug Event

The right rug changes everything. March 4 - 27, you can browse hundreds of elegant, hand-knotted rugs from Hickory Oriental Rugs inside the RJ Thomas Ltd. showroom. These luxurious rugs are offered at sample sale pricing, and the month-long event is open to the general public. Stop by soon to explore this remarkable collection of rugs in a variety of shapes, designs, and styles because they’re only around for a short time.

Photo by Jeff Garland

Design Tips: Window Treatments

With spring right around the corner, windows take center stage as our thoughts turn to balmy breezes and the sun-filled days ahead. Top designers share their tips for creating window treatments that frame the view and finish the room beautifully. Design by Laura Zender.
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Matthew MacDougall painting

Matthew MacDougall’s Artwork
Available at Chatham House

Chatham House Lifestyle Gallery: A Verellen Boutique, Suite 102-A, is pleased to announce its partnership with local artist Matthew MacDougall. Matthew’s paintings are encaustic and mixed media, painted on archival quality cradled wood panels. Encaustic (hot wax) paintings are made with natural, renewable resources including beeswax, resin, and pigment. Matthew paints in layers, fusing each one with heat and using a variety of tools. Since beeswax is impervious to moisture, it will not yellow or darken over time. As a medium, encaustic paintings date back about 2,000 years. Please stop by Chatham House and view a selection of Matthew’s work.

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