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October 13, 2011 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-10-13

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Sheri and Ron Loeb's Huntington Woods home was

completely transformed, inside and out, from a

contemporary tri-level to a warm, welcoming traditional

retreat — full of outdoor light.

Both Sheri and Ron work, often together, at the two-sided

"I was renovating another client's home, who happens to sell antiques, and

desk surrounded by wall-to-wall cherry built-ins, illuminated

she was getting rid of this chest," says Ilene Techner. "So I bought it to sell

by art lights, and a piano to the left. Crown molding softens

to Ron as a surprise for Sheri" — who was thrilled when it was delivered with

the 9-foot ceiling, and a gas fireplace warms the room.

a big bow on it. Techner added a dark granite top for durability and a small

sink with a floral pattern, which is picked up in the powder room's wallpaper.

OPPOSITE PAGE:

TOP: "I do a lot of holidays and entertaining, and I always felt like

I couldn't interact with everyone else," says Sheri Loeb, so John

Morgan knocked down a wall to create a pass-through wet bar that

leads to the living room. Now, "I love the softness of the kitchen."

To give the formerly white island a less contemporary look, legs and

a cherry finish were added while a granite overhang accommodates

the barstools. A trench sink in the island allows a separate space

for prep work while cooking, and a pop-up mixer comes up from

inside the cabinet to counter height. Wauldron saved the chairs

from Sheri's former dining set and placed them around the kitchen

table, recovering them in cotton toile and coating them with a

worry-free vinyl finish.

The marble fireplace and flat-screen TV were designed to be

BOTTOM: "My entryway was very flat, and I wanted to open it up.

the same size, while the cabinetry by John Morgan was painted

I wanted light in my house," says Sheri Loeb. So Ilene Techner

on-site for a built-in look. French doors lead to the kitchen, while

opened up the attic space in the foyer of the Huntington Woods

a second pair of French doors leads to the study.

home to create barrel-vaulted ceilings, detailed with crown molding

on the inside. Formal elements, like the solid-wood front doors

framing beveled glass and the table and chairs, are softened

by French doors opening to the library and an exquisite floral-

patterned maple inlay bordering the cherry floor.

Have a favorite room or collection in your home that you want to share with
the world (or at least the community)? Don't mind our photographer paying
a visit? Send an email with a brief description and the subject line HOME
for consideration in the Detroit Jewish News' new monthly Home section to
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