On March 8, the Michigan Design Center launched their first March Madness: Design 2 Ways event, which featured a dozen vignettes designed by top local interior designers. Attendees cast ballots for Room of Your Dreams and Room You'd Like to Re-Create in Your Home. Here are the results:
In the Rooms of Your Dreams category, first place went to Gail Urso for "Saturday Night Soiree" at Baker Knapp & Tubbs.
Second place was a tie between Denise Seifferlein for "Chic Comfort – Circa 2012" at RJ Thomas, Ltd. and Joan Whitman for "An All-Inclusive Space" at Robert Allen | Beacon Hill.
Third Place went to Paul Feiten for "Art Lovers Travel the Globe" at Baker Knapp & Tubbs.
In the Room You'd Like to Create in Your Home category, first place went to Denise Seifferlein for "Chic Comfort – Circa 2012" at RJ Thomas, Ltd.
Second place was a tie between Gail Urso's "Saturday Night Soiree" at Baker Knapp & Tubbs and Joan Whitman's "An All-Inclusive Space" at Robert Allen | Beacon Hill.
Third place went to Donna Brown for "Dazzling Goes Roche" at Roche Bobois.
See all of the vignettes online at Michigan Design Center.
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