This Grosse Pointe Farms home was built in 1929 in the French Provencal style and has been remodeled over a series of phases. These renovations pay homage to the home’s historical period while infusing the residence with a laidback sophistication.

Clean white walls and modern fixtures play nicely alongside more traditional wall coverings and finishes, resulting in a space that is both refined and unexpected.

The blend of the client’s vast art and antiques collection with modern and mid-century pieces create a dynamic balance that allows the architecture to shine, while also showcasing their curated collection.


Grosse Pointe Farms, MI




John D'Angelo

  • Interior Design
  • Furniture Specification
  • Custom Furniture & Lighting Design
  • Construction Administration
  • Furniture Procurement
Project Team
  • Mary Eskin
  • Katelyn McCoy
  • Ivory Alexander
  • Patrick Thompson