TROY, MICHIGAN – Michigan Design Center’s (MDC) fourth annual Home Tour presents the rare opportunity to see how interior designers furnish their own residences for one day only, Saturday, Sept. 21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Designers Kevin Serba, Pamela Singer, and Kristin Smith will open the doors to their homes, along with Katie Rodriguez, who designed a home in conjunction with Brandywine Construction for the company’s owner.
All homes are in the Birmingham-Royal Oak area, and ticketholders are free to start the self-guided tour in the order of their choice. Architectural styles range from an East Coast Shingle Style to a classic urban townhouse.
“This is an exciting opportunity for people to see how professional designers live at home, and the designers will be on hand to discuss their work and answer questions,” says MDC General Manager and Executive Vice President Susan Todebush.
“Don’t wait too long to purchase tickets,” she adds. “We expect a sell-out, and tickets are limited.”
Ticket proceeds will benefit the educational and charitable programs of the Junior League of Birmingham, an organization committed to improving the community through partnerships with organizations focused on assisting women in crisis. Partner organizations include CARE House of Oakland County, Lighthouse of Michigan, Common Ground, Grace Centers of Hope, Foster Closet of Oakland County, and Metro Detroit S.O.A.P. To learn more, visit jlbham.org or call 248.203.9841.