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October 26, 1991 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-26

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Japanese Oasis

T

he living is
easy at Woodland
Ridge in West Bloomfield.
Here you'll find peace and quiet
amidst mature trees and plenty
of greenery. You'll also discover
spectacular homes, meticulously
crafted by some of the area's
premier builders. Plus, shopping,
dining and entertainment are all
just a moment away. For a life
that's a breeze, come to where
you have it made in the shade -
Woodland Ridge.

Presented By:

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Starting at $250,000.
Open 1-6 Daily. Closed
Thursday.

IVANHOE/HUNTLEY
683-8380
RICHTER/ROSIN
683-8380
S.S.R. BUILDING CO.
683-5585
SINGH/SHAPIRO
683-5563

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Woodland Ridge is located within the Pleasant Lake Natural Preservation Area
on newly paved Walnut Lake Rd., 2 1/2 miles west of Orchard Lake Rd.

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46 HOME

are made of hand-painted ultrasuede
in bronze, copper and gold on black.
The ivory carpet was custom-woven
by Scott. Stitching creates a striped
effect. livo-foot wide black granite
slabs are placed eight feet tall in the
fireplace and are separated by two-
inch wide stripes of brass. This is
repeated all of the way up. The two-
story fireplace is flanked by black and
brass torchieres by Jazz. French doors
lead out to the deck that wraps itself
around the house.
The first floor master bedroom con-
tinues the Japanese contemporary
theme. A four-poster black lacquer
bed commands your attention. A
Japanese-style black built-in across
from the bed houses the TV. A Maya
Romanoff paper, subtle and soft in a
grey/mauve with black flecks, covers
the walls, and a matching custom-

The floating staircase is
a dramatic entry into the
home. The dining room
uses authentic Japanese
screens for window
treatments.

dyed mauve carpet creates a feeling
of plushness.
"The bed fabric is what started the
bedroom," says Ms. Winton-Feinberg.
By Kirk Brummel, it has a soft pale
mauve background with a black and
taupe pattern and is quilted to follow
the pattern. Gentle and elegant, it
looks almost like a black pearl
dropped in a mauve sea, with water
rippling behind. The spread, bed
base and headboard are upholstered
in the fabric, as are two accent chairs
in front of the bed.
A sitting area has a small couch in
a black and mauve herringbone
chenille and textured black linen
linear tables. A black lacquer writing
table has chairs that match the sofa.
There is also an office off of the
master bedroom for the husband; it
is now doing double duty as a
nursery for a young grandson.
To get to the master bedroom, you
go through a long dressing room
which is mirrored top to bottom. A

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