GPS Living Spring 2019

OPPOSITE: Designed by coG-STUDIO, this black and white bath includes a vintage-inspired tub, dimensional subway tiles, and decorative cement flooring. THIS PAGE: Elizabeth Barrett Design’s modern industrial look is

complemented by Ciot Stone and Tile, Kohler fixutures, and lighting by Kallista. I t took a veritable village to transform the historic Charles T. Fisher Mansion into the triumphant 22nd Junior League of Detroit (JLD) Designers’ Show House. The collective commitment and talent of top designers, contrac- tors, members, sponsors and volunteers laid cornerstone to its tremendous success. “Our dedicated team of JLD volunteers, corporate and in- dustry sponsors and extremely gifted interior designers from across the country produced a spectacular showhouse that well exceeded our fundraising goals,” said JLD Show House Chair, Liana Dabir. “Nearly 10,000 visitors came to experience the beau- tifully reimagined 1922 estate, which enabled us to surpass our fundraising goals and achieve a net profit close to $400,000. As a result, we greatly look forward to expanding our Project EAT initia- tives in Detroit. Together with my remarkable co-chairs Sabine Iafrate and Cyn- thia Menna, homeowner Hill Harp- er [CSI:NY and The Good Doctor] and our above-and-beyond national media sponsor, ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME, we thank each and every one who made this significant dream a reality."


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