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November 08, 2002 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-08

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Design is in the Details, is unique-

ly related in the form of
"recipes" for a fabulous space,
which include comforting,
inspired, disciplined, imported
and artistic, styles. His basic
ingredients include appliances,
countertops and lighting.
Photographs of Mee's designs

depict how to bring these ideas
to fruition. A specialist in inte-
riors and homes, he acknowl-
edges why the appearance and
functionality of the kitchen are
so important, saying, "More than
just a place to cook meals, it
often serves as a family room,
dining room, and home office.

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His ideas intend to suit various
tastes as well. Incorporated
throughout the book are quotes
from famous people on home
design, which are indicative of
some of Mee's deepest ideals.
Despite the hustle and bustle
of everyday life, a stylish and com-
fortable kitchen can serve as a

highly functional area of the home
where one can come to share and
relax. These two beautifully pho-
tographed books provide helpful
hints for a well-designed, inviting
kitchen.

STYLE AT 1'11E JN • NOVEMBER 2002 • 1

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