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October 27, 1990 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-27

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The Right Solution Fo
The Beautiful Kitchen

You want a new kitchen, but
you also want contemporary
beauty and durability at a
reasonable price. _
A Kemper Esquire kitchen
from Acprn Kitchen and Bath
is just the right choice for
today's fast paced lifes

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Deco Delight

wide open space. The high gloss
laminated white cabinets and the
floor of diagonal faux wood strips
lend to the expansive feeling of the
kitchen.
Over the breakfast table sits a
delightfully colorful painting depicting
lovers by West Bloomfield artist Jo
Rosen. Other lively touches include
a paint splattered wall phone and on
one counter, five custom ceramic
canisters, each in a different form and
pattern and unified by color.
The master bedroom's colors are
more muted, picking up lighter grays
and shades of fuchsia. The bed is pil-
ed with overstuffed pillows in varying
textures and materials of fur, silk, can-
vas and suede, as well as handpainted
pillows. The wall behind the bed is
wallpapered but seems to be painted
in a three-dimensional manner. with
brush strokes of gray and a subdued
fuchsia. As the rest of the bedroom
walls are painted in light gray, this tex-
tured area provides a striking
contrast.
A soft balloon shade over the floor
to ceiling windows picks up a softer
version of the original color scheme.
The bedroom furniture is a smooth
gray lacquer. Black faux-lizard
wallcovering leads from outside the
black bedroom door to the lower
level.
Walking downstairs, you enter the
entertainment area, which is suitably
charged with vitality. Fusing bold,
brilliant colors and eclectic art, the
lower level radiates a funky, contem-
porary feeling. As you enter, the
sleek, simple gray bar flows to your
right. Above the bar is an understated
neon sculpture of turquoise and
fuchsia.
Mr. Weiss said, "The neon piece
adds color and impact, and a bit of
`wow!' value but it doesn't take over."
The rugged gray quartz wall covering
behind the bar is studded with tur-
quoise quartz chips, picking up the
color in the neon.
Across from the bar is a games
table and chairs, handpainted with
vivid patterned squiggles.
The owner entertains often and says
the downstairs offers the ideal en-
vironment for a spirited get-together,
as the bar, games table, unique art-

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