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November 14, 2013 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-11-14

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Sweet Retreat from page 59

"I wanted an Old-World elegance with
a warm glow," says the homeowner
of the dining room's aesthetic.
Distressed cane-back chairs (from
Overstock.com ), custom covered with
sage-green silk and a deeper floral
ribbon border, bring a rustic ease
to the elegant room and soften the
Pottery Barn planked mahogany dining
table, which is supported by thick,
turned legs. The glass chandelier,
ornate yet contained, is embellished
with shimmers of gold and crystal. In
the formal living room, the fireplace
is lined with herringbone-patterned
limestone and surrounded with Italian
marble and a handcrafted King Louis-
style mantel. The sage-green settee
is accented with silk bolster pillows,
flecked with gold-threaded flowers
—the same contrasting-toned fabric
the homeowner chose for the custom
window treatments. The pale green
is picked up again in the armchairs
—which the kids call the "queen bee
chairs" for the bees tumbling across
the fabric. The antique English tea
service belonged to the homeowner's

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