Your home is your sanctuary, a calming space where you relax with family and friends, and your bath should be just as restful. E.W. Kitchens is now offering six distinctive collections of Yorktowne Cabinetry vanities that are charming, elegant, and functional. Regardless of your style, E.W. has a design for you. Stop by Suite 93 to learn more.
Inspired by some of the most remarkable vintage textile patterns and weaving techniques from around the world, Textile by Lunada Bay Tile creates imaginative, sustainable, and glimmering glass mosaic tile for commercial and residential applications. Available in three patterns – Bargello (shown here), Imberline, and Normadie Deco.
Cowtan & Tout’s new Coromandel fabric is an embroidered design inspired by a traditional palampore panel that depicts an intricate tree of life motif. Available in Cloud Blue and Lacquer (red). Shown here with Cheyenne, a linen blend fabric, on the pillow.
The Thomas O’Brien Whitman Medium Pendant is new to the City Lights Detroit gallery showroom. The two-tiered, white glass umbrella shades give this single light pendant a cool, contemporary feel and is ideal for kitchen lighting. Hand-rubbed antique brass details provide contrast and added refinement. Also available in polished nickel.
Antirm Leilani 100% wool carpet is wilton woven in a crisp geometric diamond-pattern suited to everything from traditional to modern room settings. This tone-on-tone textured carpet is available in four natural colors: Dove, Rich Fawn, Harvest, and Sand.
Lee Jofa introduces Westport, a new fabric and trim collection that captures a casual yet sophisticated lifestyle. The exclusive prints, weaves, and trimmings work beautifully together and share the same laid-back, but luxurious, point of view. The collection’s palette is comprised of watery blues, blossoming pinks, woodsy greens, and sandy neutrals combined in new and interesting ways.
Tilton Fenwick 2.0 textiles are influenced by the flora, fauna, and architecture of Portugal. Patterns include an abstract floral design, an arch motif, and a wave design based on the famed tiles in Lisbon’s Rossio Square. While many of the new patterns were designed to seamlessly work with the first collection, this collection introduces a new and fresh take on patterns that can stand alone as statement fabrics.
Lotus Batik, from Schumacher’s beach-themed Nautilus collection, is a pattern rooted in tradition with painterly motifs and mottled, tonal effects derived from a vintage Japanese batik. Printed on 100% linen, it’s perfect for upholstery, pillows, and window treatments. Available in three colorways.
The new Printworks Collection from Pindler is a group of handcrafted textiles originating from designs crafted using paper, pencil, paintbrush, and paints. The artists blend styles to create eye-catching patterns with layered colors adding dimension and depth. Some of the shades are bright and vibrant, while others are more subdued in this curated collection.
Drawing inspiration from artisan cement tiles, the SomerTile Arte Black porcelain tile is set on a black glaze with contrasting design in a weathered, speckled look. The floral, geometric pattern is perfect for both modern installations and historic renovations. Highly durable, Arte Black is an excellent choice for most interior and exterior installations.
The tapered legs of the Brittany Series vanity by James Martin are a nod to the past, but the overall lack of ornamentation suggests a modern aesthetic. Available in seven widths of cabinets and in four finishes.
Distressed and layered characteristics are incorporated into the newest fabrics, wallcoverings, and trimmings by Fabricut and Trend. Try a metallic-printed velvet that replicates the distressed look of aged and crackled plaster walls or distressed studs on a simple tape. Shown here is Polish Velvet in Opalescent and Damiani in Pewter.
Marge Carson furniture is made for luxurious spaces of all sizes. The brand harmoniously blends color, texture, and design and marries custom fabrics, finishes, and trims with an unwavering commitment to quality. Their upholstered pieces as well as bedroom, dining room, and occasional furniture will add casual elegance or exquisite opulence to any room.
After spending more than 30 years in executive positions in the interior design industry in Michigan and Georgia, Susan Zinger has returned to her creative roots as an artist. Rita O’Brien Design Group is pleased to be the exclusive home for her work at Michigan Design Center. Susan’s work consists of primarily large-scale, abstract designs using acrylic paint on canvas.