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NORTHVILLE (WWJ) - Need some holiday decorating ideas? Then you won’t want to miss the Holiday Home Tour in Northville on Saturday, Nov. 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Decorators have been busily preparing gorgeous homes selected for the Northville Community Foundation’s 14th Annual Holiday Home Tour.
You will get decorating ideas for mantels, tables, a space you thought was way too small, and more. All of the homes on tour are privately owned.
Each home is unique and a delight to the eye. Featured homes include:
House #1 – A charming Contemporary home that just exudes warmth and entertaining. Animal lovers will love all of the animal prints throughout as well as fantastic African Safari photos leave you wanting more. The neutral pallets in this home left holiday designing possibilities wide open for designer Linda Krause.
House #2 – Architectural lines in this home are magnificent and until you enter this home you cannot begin to imagine how creative the homeowner has been. Some of the unique furnishings were a result of a Craig’s List search. The “razzamatazz” in this house has been created by Johanna and Kristi, owners of Razzamatazz!
House #3 – The Hamptons anyone? And that is just exactly what this homeowner wanted. Their home is nestled on five acres and they wanted that Hamptons look – and they have truly achieved their goal! It is warm and inviting. Jennifer Imamura was the interior decorator who helped create this feel and she is also using her fantastic skills for the Holiday Décor.
House #4 – First notice the gorgeous fish pond that welcomes you by the front door. Upon entering this house you will see a delightful contemporary home. This home definitely demonstrates that elegance is not defined by square footage. The holiday décor is being created by decorator, Suzy Bone.
House #5 – One of Northville’s ‘vintage’ homes is a definite must. While being a large home, once you enter this very cozy home you never feel lost in the space. Each room has been decorated according to a Christmas movie—quite appropriate since this home was used in the move Movie Scream 4. This house has been decorated by Home for the Holidays.
Proceeds from this event fund the community’s funds including the Healthy Youth and Senior fund that helps with Grants to the schools, the Senior Citizen gift baskets, the scholarship fund, and other youth and senior programs.
Tickets are $25 and may be purchased the day of the tour only at Ward Church – 40000 W. Six Mile, park in lot D.
For more information, call 248-374-0200 or visit northvillecommunityfoundation.org.