See how five interior designers transformed five architecturally diverse homes in Home Tour: Total Transformations, presented by Michigan Design Center, on Saturday, September 16, 2017, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The self-guided tour includes the homes of designers Amy Miller Weinstein, Richard Ross, and Marianne Jones, as well as clients of Corey Damen Jenkins and Ian Hartwell. Homes range from a 1939 Colonial Revival to a new-build Prairie-style dwelling.
All homes are in the Birmingham-Bloomfield-Royal Oak area, and designers will be on site. Visitors are free to view the residences in the order of their choice.
Junior League of Birmingham, MITicket proceeds benefit the charitable and educational programs of the Junior League of Birmingham (JLB), which partners with specific organizations to train women to act as catalysts for lasting community change. These organizations include the CARE House of Oakland County’s efforts to combat childhood abuse and neglect, as well as S.O.A.P., Theresa Flores’ campaign to fight human trafficking. Children’s health is also a JLB focus. “Kids in the Kitchen” is a League initiative where members partner with local schools to teach students to make healthy nutritional choices. For more information, visit jlbham.org or call 248.203.9841.
Single tickets are $35, or $60 for a pair. Tickets may be purchased online only through Sept. 5. You will be mailed a packet that includes a brochure/map and wristband(s). Please wear this wristband the day of the tour, as it serves as your admission. If any tickets remain after Sept. 5, they may be purchased in Suite 25 at Michigan Design Center, 1700 Stutz Drive, Troy. To buy tickets, go to michigandesign.com/news-events.