M B Wilson Interior Design
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MaryBeth Wilson has worked in the construction and design industry since 1993. Her technical knowledge and design abilities enable her to solve design problems and implement solutions that fit the needs, desires and budgets of her clients.

MaryBeth specializes in residential design,and kitchen and bath design, paying careful attention to quality, function, and beauty. Her sensitivity to the lifestyles of her clients provide design solutions compatible with the way her clients live.

Services Provided
Art Selection, Attic Conversion, Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Bedroom Design, Closet Design, Custom Bathroom Vanities, Custom Bookcases, Custom Built-ins, Custom Cabinets, Custom Entertainment Centers, Custom Fireplace Mantels, Custom Furniture, Custom Home Bars, Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Custom Pantries, Custom Walk-in Closets, Dining Room Design, Downsizing, Drafting, Floor Plans, Furniture Selection, Handicap-Accessible Design, Home Office Design, Interior Design, Kitchen Design, Laundry Room Design, Lighting Design, Living Room Design, Mudroom Design, Nursery Design, Project Management, Space Planning, Universal Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Custom Cabinet Doors, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Bathroom Remodeling

Areas Served
Canton, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Livonia, Northville, Novi, Plymouth, Salem, South Lyon, Southfield, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Brighton, Dexter, Beverly Hills, Bloomfield Twp

Certifications and Awards
Member NKBA, BS in Interior Design from EMU
Washtenaw County's Award Winning Interior Designer- 7X Best of Houzz

Contact: MaryBeth Wilson
Location: 46730 Southview
Plymouth, MI 48170
Typical Job Costs: $40,000 - 700,000
Commented: What color stain did you use on your cabinets? It was a dark brown. Combination of ebony and coffee.
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Commented: Banquette The banquette was custom designed and built, and so were the cushions.
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Commented: Beautiful rug! Sorry, I do not have that information.
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Commented: Banquette table It was an Amish made table. Try Amish Tables, there are many sources.
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Commented: Bathroom Tile dilemma Marble on horizontal surfaces is usually not much of an issue. I do suggest a porcelain tile for the floor. Florida Tile has Carrara porcelain in the Gallant series that I have used a number of time...
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Commented: Flooring I actually purchased all the tiles for this bathroom from Carrarratiles.com
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