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Ann Arbor's thriving art scene, bustling downtown area and plethora of parks and gardens make it one of the most livable cities in the country. It's also home to the University of Michigan and the largest American football stadium in the world.
Wait, what's that? You've always wanted to live in a city that offers both a fervent football fanbase and a diverse selection of markets, restaurants and performance venues? Then you need to enter to win HGTV's Urban Oasis. Located in the heart of Ann Arbor, Mich., this charming bungalow boasts eclectic decor that matches the city's funky, youthful attitude.
Tour every part of the house, then enter twice a day until November 22 for your chance to win this inviting oasis.
Raised Garden Beds
In the edible garden also designed by students from University of Michigan, galvanized corrosion-resistant troughs with round ends create raised beds for tomatoes, basil, dill, nasturtium and more edibles. Holes were drilled into the bottom of the troughs to provide adequate drainage.
Classic modern chests with a warm pecan finish, chrome handles and sleek lines serve as stylish nightstands that offer storage on each side of the bed. The windows behind the bed have relaxed Roman shades with rounded bottoms that bring some softness to this room with lots of straight lines.
Both the living room and dining room have a softened color scheme with the ceilings and walls painted the same shade of green-gray and window trim painted in a similar tone. "The trim is actually two shades darker, but when you see them together, they look like they're the same," says designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
A 1950s record player console that still plays local radio and old records was found inside the house and incorporated into the design of the screened porch. On top of the console, two textured table lamps in antique stone ivory with brushed aluminum details and beige linen shades illuminate the porch at night.
Plaid Papered Walls
A washable gray tartan plaid wallpaper adds pleasing pattern to the garage, and reflects the collegiate location of this Ann Arbor home. The garage also includes a retro-style pedestal fan with oil-rubbed bronze tripod legs and a satin nickel finish to cool down the space on warm days.