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May 05, 1990 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-05

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CHELSEA'S FINEST NEW HOMES

ARE BEING BUILT IN

UPLAND HILLS

If you require quality and
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LAKE LIVING

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accent colors. Matching mauve
ultrasuede and metal chairs are
elegant and wipe clean.
The large kitchen and nook are
state-of-the-art, functional and sleek.
High gloss laminated cabinets in
maze are studded with black-fronted
appliances. Taupe Corian countertops
and island are inset into taupe Aure-
siana marble backsplashes and
counters. A nook table in taupe and
light burgundy provides seating for
twelve and a view of the lake.
An enormous art alcove in the
hallway outside of the kitchen, leading
to the family room, holds a glass 3-D
wall sculpture by Ricky Bernstein of
two sunbathers in bright colors called
"Miami Beach."
The family room features a large
burgundy leather sectional couch
against taupe carpet, walls and
laminated counters and wall unit. A
media center with a large screen TV
dominates one wall. African and Native
American sculpture and wall masks
capture attention on another wall. The
family room leads into a sun room with
a glass table and chairs, chaises and
a spectacular view.
The first floor powder room con-
tinues the soft color scheme with a
Kohler pedestal sink in Innocent Blush
with brass faucets. Italian glass wall
sconces provide dramatic, subtle
lighting. On either side of the sink is
shelving which highlights part of the
owners' extensive glass collection.
A circular stairway leads up to the
master bedroom and library, on its own
separate level. Across from the bed are
a fireplace and entertainment center in
painted glass, mirrored surround, and
laminates in dawn and plum. The
laminates and mirroring continue
behind the bed, providing shelving for
more glass pieces and a shimmering
sensation that the bed is floating like
a boat on the lake. The master
bedroom also overlooks the lake; the
window coverings are motorized fabric
shade and covered cornice in light
plum shades which match the
bedspread.
The mirrored dressing area opens to
two large walk-in closets and to
separate, identical his-and-her

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