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Michigan chandelier Basement of the week: mediterranean wine cellar taste in michigan

Michigan chandelier This home-owner wanted the walk down into her apartment's basement to take her a ways away all of the way to Europe. "The owner wanted to create a comfortable Mediterranean wine cellar glance," says Lisa Whelan of M. J. Whelan Construction.

A collection of elliptical archways separate the areas , & heat neutrals, tiles that resemble tumbled stone and Venetian plaster wall therapies lend antique-international style. Once a yucky concrete desert, the basement is now a favorite spot for cozying up & wonderful. Basement at a GlanceWho lives here: An internal designerLocation: Milford, Michigan Size: About 1,500 sq. Toes Estimated price : $sixty seven,000 Drop in on a transformed basement that evokes an old-international feel with its new kitchen, eating space & media living space.

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