2012 Holiday Gift Guide

It’s home for the holidays, with presents linked to the kitchen, office, dressing room, conservatory, library, and playroom


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Conservatory

1. Herve Gambs topiary, $210, Mills Pharmacy, Birmingham; 248-644-5060, millspharmacy.com.
2. Wire Basket, $68, Detroit Garden Works, Sylvan Lake; 248-335-8089, detroitgardenworks.com.
3. Ceramic fence toppers, $42 each, Detroit Garden Works, Sylvan Lake; 248-335-8089, detroitgardenworks.com.
4. Cherry Blossom Post-it Notes, $10, Lee’s Specialty, Bloomfield Hills; 248-646-6700, leesspecialty.com.
5. Tin of postcards, $14, Mills Pharmacy, Birmingham; 248-644-5060, millspharmacy.com.
6. Chanel leather flower pin, $700, Neiman Marcus, Somerset Collection South, Troy, 248-643-3300; neimanmarcus.com.
7. Tade rose-scented soaps, $8, Mills Pharmacy, Birmingham; 248-644-5060, millspharmacy.com.
8. Elam Notepads $38 each, Detroit Garden Works, Sylvan Lake; 248-335-8089, detroitgardenworks.com.
9. Cast-iron shell, $245, Detroit Garden Works, Sylvan Lake; 248-335-8089, detroitgardenworks.com.
10. B & B garden clippers, $125, Detroit Garden Works, Sylvan Lake; 248-335-8089, detroitgardenworks.com.
11. Joya No. 6 Soap (with tray, not pictured), $48, Mills Pharmacy, Birmingham; 248-644-5060, millspharmacy.com.
12. Iron fence toppers, $36 each, Detroit Garden Works, Sylvan Lake, 248-335-8089, detroitgardenworks.com.

 

Dressing Room

1. Michael Patterson framed photograph, $240, Stacey Leuliette Gracious Living, Birmingham; 248-593-9180, staceyleuliette.com.
2. Shoe shine brush, $24, Nest, Midtown Detroit; 313-831-9776, nestdetroit.com.
3. Mink-cuff bracelets, $90 each, Zieben-Mare, Franklin; 248-539-8879, ziebenmare.com.
4. Lubin perfume, $160, Mills Pharmacy, Birmingham; 248-644-5060, millspharmacy.com.
5. Joya Parfum, $112, Mills Pharmacy, Birmingham; 248-644-5060, millspharmacy.com.
6. Polished-silver and leather charging dock, $395, Ralph Lauren, Somerset Collection South; 248-637-7656, ralphlauren.com.
7. Trimmed felt hats, $100 each, Neiman Marcus, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-643-3300, neimanmarcus.com.
8. Scarves, $90-$150, The Claymore Shop, Birmingham; 248-642-7755, claymoreshop.com.
9. Icons of Men’s Style, $29.95, Emerald (in the Park Shelton), Midtown Detroit; 313-559-5500, emeralddetroit.com.

 

Kitchen

1. Twig trays, $45/set of three, Lee’s Specialty, Bloomfield Hills; 248-646-6700, leesspecialty.com.
2. Moser glasses, $90 each, Zieben-Mare, Franklin; 248-539-8879, ziebenmare.com.
3. Brass Crescent bottle opener (pictured on Moser glass), $55, and Outline bottle opener,
     $65, Hugh (in The Auburn), Midtown Detroit, thankhugh.com.
4. French macaron notecards, $12, Mills Pharmacy, Birmingham; 248-644-5060, millspharmacy.com.
5. Olivewood bowls, $20 each, Primi Piatti, Birmingham; 248-566-3353, primipiattimarket.com.
6. Wooden bridge set $220/set of four, Zieben-Mare, Franklin; 248-539-8879, ziebenmare.com.
7. Paper straws, $12, Lee’s Specialty, Bloomfield Hills; 248-646-6700, leesspecialty.com.
8. Vintage dishware, $6-$20, The Silver Quill Antiques and Gifts, Warren; 586-756-8180, silverquillantiques.com.

 

Playroom

1.  “Devil Jacket”, $25, Adventures in Toys, Birmingham; 248-646-5550.
2. “High Bowl” set, $60, Adventures in Toys, Birmingham, 248-646-5550.
3. Duck ear buds, $14, Detroit Institute of Arts Museum Shop, Detroit; 313-833-7900, diashop.org.
4. “3 Sprouts” Walrus Storage Bag, $22, Neiman Marcus, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-643-3300, neimanmarcus.com.
5. Retro-style toys (Spring Toy, $7, Jacks, $6, Magic Kit, $12, Pick-Up Sticks, $6, Robot, $18),
Nest, Midtown Detroit; 313-831-9776, nestdetroit.com.
6. Swedish Old-Timer Wooden Car, $80, Hugh (in The Auburn), Midtown Detroit; thankhugh.com.

 

Library

1. Commissioned equestrian and dog oil paintings, $550-$2,000,
Weatherly Stroh Fine Art, Birmingham; 970-376-2356, weatherlystroh.com.
2. Film, A World History, $22, Detroit Institute of Arts Museum Shop, Detroit; 313-833-7900, diashop.org.
3. Bamboo Bluetooth speaker, $250, Lee’s Specialty, Bloomfield Hills; 248-646-6700, leesspecialty.com.
4. Aesop Animal Wash, $35, Mills Pharmacy, Birmingham; 248-644-5060, millspharmacy.com.
5. The Film Book, $25, Detroit Institute of Arts Museum Shop, Detroit; 313-833-7900, diashop.org.
6. Preppy, $45, Neiman Marcus, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-643-3300, neimanmarcus.com.
7. “Gucci,” $85, Neiman Marcus, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-643-3300, neimanmarcus.com.
8. Modernist Cuisine at Home, $140;  modernistcuisine.com, and area booksellers and kitchen shops.
9. Cartier Precious Objects Book, $500, Zieben-Mare, Franklin; 248-539-8879, ziebenmare.com.
10. Jan Barboglio bone-shape paperweight, $80, Neiman Marcus,
Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-643-3300, neimanmarcus.com.
11. Pewabic vases, $28-$48, Pewabic Pottery, Detroit; 313-626-2000, pewabic.org.

 

Office

1. Horn magnifying glass, $30, Zieben-Mare, Franklin; 248-539-8879, ziebenmare.com.
2. Calligraphy set and stand, $875, Lee’s Specialty, Bloomfield Hills; 248-646-6700, leesspecialty.com.
3. Wooden bridge set $220/set of four, Zieben-Mare, Franklin; 248-539-8879, ziebenmare.com.
4. Pewter golf candle, $250, Zieben-Mare, Franklin; 248-539-8879, ziebenmare.com.
5. Marble lizard letter opener, $135, Zieben-Mare, Franklin; 248-539-8879, ziebenmare.com.
6. Jan Barboglia pencil set, $55, and notepad, $70, Zieben-Mare, Franklin; 248-539-8879, ziebenmare.com.
7. Fur tray, $215, Zieben-Mare, Franklin; 248-539-8879, ziebenmare.com.
8. Fabergé egg, $1,200, and pendant, $400, Detroit Institute of Arts Museum Shop,
Detroit; 313-833-7900, diashop.org.
9. Celine iPad case, $850, Neiman Marcus, Somerset Collection South, Troy; 248-643-3300, neimanmarcus.com.

 

Giraffe and elephant bookends, $125/pair, Lee’s Specialty,    
Bloomfield Hills; 248-646-6700, leesspecialty.com.

photographs by roy ritchie

styling by stephanie potts

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