Kurtis opens new showroom in Ann Arbor

Kurtis opens new showroom in Ann Arbor

In the company’s 50-year history, Kurtis Kitchen & Bath has completed more than 400,000 kitchens and bathrooms, according to a press release. The company recently returned to the Ann Arbor area after a 13-year absence with the opening of its new showroom and joined other locations in Clarkston, Livonia, Royal Oak and Utica. The new showroom offers kitchen and bathroom exhibitions, including furniture from KraftMaid, Wellborn and UltraCraft, as well as worktop materials such as quartz, granite, mineral materials and laminate. The design staff is also available for questions and advice. “Showrooms are designed so that they focus on upgrading or reinventing an existing room in the house,” says Marketing Director Renee Colohan. The new location is 3262 Washtenaw; Visit kurtiskitchen.com.

Dutch boy

Create calm in one coat

The ongoing search for calm and serenity in the work and play spaces at home has inspired a number of new paint colors for 2022, including “Cypress Garden” by Dutch Boy Paints, a beautiful muted olive green that recently ranked as “One Coat Color of the Year” with a range of other shades in a matching palette. “Cypress Garden is part of the Dutch Boy Paints collection with almost 850 single-layer paints that offer optimal coverage,” says a press release, which makes it ideal for DIY enthusiasts. Visit dutchboy.com/color-advice/color-trends or your local Menards.

Designers will talk about how to improve your outdoor spaces.

Designers talking about upcoming trends and updates to the exterior facade

Do you need to update the exterior of your home or make space to meet the fluctuating needs of your family? Learn about surprising ways to add more space to your home and update the curb appeal. Meet Christine Ramaekers (CKD) along with designers Christopher Swint and Amy Fischer of MainStreet Design Build on October 26th at 10:00 am in the Mid-America Room of the Michigan Design Center in Troy for an insight into the trends, product choices and Get total cost, time frame and what to expect. Also learn about modern and traditional facades, porches, cladding details and how to maximize the value of your home. The event is free, but space is limited. Contact [email protected] or (248) 649-4772 to reserve your spot.


Learn macrame at Post Detroit

Post Detroit offers a variety of fun and functional workshops, including a macrame workshop from 6pm to 8pm on October 14th with Kelley and Annie from Frayed Ends. Learn and practice two basic macrame knots to create a handled bag that can hold a bottle of wine or a water bottle. After that, students can expand their knowledge and use the basic knots and techniques learned in this course to make other macrame items for the home, including plant hangers. No experience needed; Students can choose between three colors; Workshop includes all materials and tools as well as refreshments. Visit mutualadoration.com or post-detroit.com.

Chic and unique autumn market

Chic and unique autumn market in Shelby Township

Vintage, repurposed, handcrafted – you’ll find it all on October 24th at the Packard Proving Grounds in Shelby Township. 5:00 PM features approximately 125 vendors selling vintage treasures, estates, chipped furniture, and more. Tickets and more information can be found at chicanduniquemi.com.

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