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2019 Detroit Home Design Awards

AWARDs FOR COMMERCIAL DESIGN

Katie Rodriguez Design received a Detroit Home Design Award in the commercial design category for the Birmingham Country Club renovation, along with Krieger Klatt Architects.


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DETROIT HOME MAGAZINE

KITCHEN & BATH

February 2019

Birmingham’s Katie Rodriguez gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “go with the flow.” The interior designer and owner of Katie Rodriguez Design whipped up the perfect recipe for a clever kitchen in the classic Colonial she shares with her husband, Francis, and their two boys. This distinct space was designed with the un-kitchen movement in mind. In addition to being more cohesive with the rest of the home, Rodriguez says this concept can be a more inviting way to cook, dine, and entertain.


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DETROIT HOME MAGAZINE

INSPIRED DESIGNERS

April 2018

Rodriguez’s intention for the multipurpose, peaceful space was to create a place in which the Birmingham homeowners could enjoy a good book, or step away and answer emails. “This room is one of the first things you see as you enter the home, and the artwork is a central focal point,” Rodriguez says. “The intent was to provide something that was both dynamic and peaceful.” The designer commissioned the artwork from The Art of Custom Framing in Troy.


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Detroit Free Press

Birmingham House Tour scheduled Sept. 14

August 2017

Katie Rodriguez Design is proud to be featured on the 30th annual Community House Tour.

The Community House will host its annual Birmingham House Tour, presented by Hall & Hunter Realtors, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14. Proceeds from the event will support The Community House children and adult programs and services. 


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2017 Detroit Home Design Awards

AWARDs FOR INTERIORS

April 2017

Katie Rodriguez Design placed in the following categories for the 2017 Detroit Home Design Awards for Interiors: Bath (more that 150 square feet) and Contemporary Interior Design (more than one room).


Club and Resort Business Magazine

No Jacket Required

November  2016

When it comes to dining out, clubs and resorts are hanging up their proverbial jackets and ties and forgoing shirtsleeves in favor of a less-formal approach.

As more members look for alternative spots to grab a quick bite on a weeknight or entertain guests over drinks during a Saturday evening on the town, traditional dining rooms are making room for more casual eateries that make it possible for facilities to broaden their dining options while maximizing their overall brands.


 

Downtown Magazine

Seven homes on Birmingham House Tour

September 2016 

Seven unique and beautiful homes, all located in Birmingham, will be open to those with a ticket to the annual Community House Birmingham House Tour on Thursday, September 22.

Chaired by Rose and Brian Bolyard, whose home was on last year's tour, this year's tour features seven spectacular private residential homes which showcase a diversity of architecture and interior design. The houses range in character from a sophisticated Parisian-style home, which is accented by exquisite designer details and artwork, to a contemporary spin on an arts and crafts revival home, which also includes a simulated indoor golf course and home theatre.


 

Dutton Farms

NORTHERN FLOORING & INTERIORS COMMITS TO DESIGN MAKEOVER OF DUTTON FARM AS PART OF THE DESIGN FOR A DIFFERENCE MOVEMENT

June 2016

Northern Flooring & Interiors joins the national Design for a Difference movement, a community-driven designer movement sponsored by the International Design Guild, a co-op of home décor showrooms specializing in high quality designer floor coverings, with a commitment to makeover Dutton Farm, a nonprofit that serves individuals with mental, physical and emotional impairments.

Joining forces with local designers Holly Gyarmati, Katie Rodriguez, and Tina DiVergilio, Northern Flooring & Interiors plans to complete the makeover in the fall of 2016. The scope of the makeover is still being determined and will be dependent on the success of their fundraising efforts. Preliminary improvements include the kitchen, dining room and entry, with other areas under evaluation.