We won 3 Detroit Home Design Awards!

We are so thrilled to announce Armina Interiors has won the Detroit Home Design Awards 2017 in the following categories:

1st place: Use of Color

“Like a page out of the Jungle Book, this Rochester Hills room is all about the wild things. Finished in 2016, this space was designed for a young boy passionate for animal life and nature.  The designer created  the youthful space with a vibrant green and blue color palette and  sophisticated spin of luxe textures – from the zebra rug to the cornice board and the custom pillows to the zigzag pouf – with. A custom mural by Lori Fillmore (that at first glance seems real), papier-mâché animal heads along with a gallery wall of custom-framed bugs gave the room an artful edge fit for a budding biologist.”

“Armina Interiors created an energetic and charming space!”

Judge Kyra Hartnett


1st Place: Children’s Room


“When creating this space, the designer was challenged with giving the room its jungle-inspired look without creating too much of a theme. The answer was to give the youthful space a sophisticated spin by mixing luxe textures — from the zebra rug and the cornice board to the custom pillows and zigzag pouf — with a vibrant green and blue color palette. A custom mural, papier-mâché animal heads, and a gallery wall of custom-framed bugs give the room an artful edge. To ensure there’s space for schoolwork and relaxing, a window seat, loft bed, desk and casual modular sofa complete the room.”


2nd Place: Sustainable Design

“A restored kitchen never looked so fresh. In this space, the designer chose to keep the homeowner’s traditional maple cabinetry as it was in great condition. But the homeowner desired a dramatic new look, so the designer had the cabinetry painted white and added horizontal cabinets with milky glass fronts and high-shine hardware. Choosing chrome hardware gave the kitchen a more contemporary feel. Above the island, hammered silver pendants were added to give the room a warm glow and brilliant quartz countertops kept the space feeling airy and modern. A textured backsplash was a warm contrast to the smooth reflective surface of the quartz. A new wine rack and flowing shelves were added for both interest and convenience.  Of importance to the homeowner was creating an inviting and family friendly feeling throughout, so the designer chose to add textures like a stone-washed linen window shade and bar stools with linen covers to keep things casual and comfortable. The addition of wicker chairs, a beaded chandelier and a reclaimed wood top table only furthered that cozy feeling. A glimmering mirror tray and an oak windowpane cabinet filled with curiosities and dinnerware is not only functional for entertaining but gives the room a warm and personal touch.”










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