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So far Margaret Skinner has created 27 blog entries.

Margeaux Interiors receives a DDA award for 2021!

We are humbled and honored to have received a Detroit Design Award for Kitchen Design. Thank you @DetroitDesign for this recognition. (Photography by Beth Singer)

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Best of HOUZZ 2021 for Design and Service


Best of Houzz, Design and Service

Margeaux interiors won the best of Houzz 2020

Detroit News Feature Cover

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Detroit Design Awards Winner

Margeaux Interiors awarded for Use of Repurposed Furniture

Detroit Home: Go with the Flow

The kitchen in this Ann Arbor home was isolated from the adjoining dining room and living room. It felt very claustrophobic and dark, and didn’t provide a functional layout for entertaining.

“Removing the wall that existed between the dining room and kitchen created a dining area (now part of the kitchen) that can seat […]

Celebrations – Global Diversity

With the world seemingly divided in so many ways, friends and designers Margaret Skinner and Ann-Marie Anton wanted to create a vignette that celebrates one of our strengths: our diversity. “It just seems like so much of the world is divided on whatever it may be and we wanted this to be that kind of […]

Best of Houzz Design 2016, 2017

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Antiques in the Mix – Detroit Home

Three designers present two takes on blending the old with the new
Margaret Skinner, principal interior designer at Birmingham-based Margeaux Interiors Inc., is an allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), as well as a licensed builder. Margeaux Interiors Inc. was established in 1998 as a design studio offering design and building services […]

Earthy Browns

A trifecta of beauty includes a Wesley Hall social sofa and Palecek Green Oaks wall pendant, both from the RJ Thomas Ltd. showroom at Troy’s Michigan Design Center, and the Due Process Stable Trading Co. Jinan rug from MDC’s Ghiordes Knot. The large clay centerpiece of candles on the coffee table and a […]

What are the benefits of an environmentally friendly/ LEED credited home?

Here are some of the benefits: Reduces carbons, making air and water cleaner, energy efficient. After initial investments, it will save costs on utilities, add value to one’s home, and there’s currently eligibility for tax credits.

A simple way to start with one’s home is using low and zero VOC paints. Using sustainable products on the […]

Detroit Home 2016

Detroit Home honor awarded to Margeaux Interiors for Use of Color-MDC Lobby