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Michigan Design Center holds Wish List contest

Michigan Design Center, an interior design center home to more than 30 curated showrooms in Troy, Michigan, announced earlier this month that it is holding a $25,000 Wish List contest to help one, randomly selected grand prize winner curate the space or home of their dreams. The contest, which offers the individual the chance to win $25,000 to put toward custom services or designer-quality furnishings from showrooms and studios located at the 215,000-square-foot campus.

Open to end-user consumers who are at least 18-years-old or older and residents of Michigan, the Wish List contest will run through Monday, Oct. 2, 2023 at 5 p.m. ET. To enter, contestants can submit their wish list of products and services, and explanation as to how they would enhance function, beauty, or enjoyment of their home through Michigan Design Center’s website.

“Most people have a running list of ‘wish list’ projects for their homes, and a $25,000 prize could go a long way toward making these wishes a reality,” said Susan Todebush, general manager and executive vice president of Michigan Design Center. “This is a really exciting opportunity for the lucky winner to make a meaningful change in their home.”

Eligible entries, which will be reviewed by a panel of judges, will be included in the drawing on Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 12 p.m. ET during Michigan Design Center’s The Modern Table event—a building-wide event featuring presentations and designer vignettes by participating showrooms and industry professionals.

Since 1977, Michigan Design Center has served as a destination for luxury home furnishings and design expertise in Oakland County. Over the years, the design center has developed into a 215,000 square foot campus featuring more than 30 showrooms with national tenants and regionally owned studios that represent more than 1,000 manufacturers and names across industry sectors like tile, lighting, textiles, flooring, and furniture.


Text: GLBD Staff

Photography: Courtesy of Michigan Design Center