Source: Iron Mountain Daily News
IRON MOUNTAIN – Zonta Club and GFWC reports a very successful home tour which took place recently.
Profits from the ticket sales will benefit Camp Molinare at Sawyer Lake.
Suzanne Fleury and her husband, Gary Sparpana welcomed visitors to tour their lovely Woodward Avenue condo. Last year their spacious Spring Lake home was shown.
Suzanne reminded us that down sizing is “not” down grading. Condo living is a marvelous alternative to caring for a large home and this is a beautiful example. It boasts the latest in style, color, and innovative design combined with vintage items, antique furniture, art work and family memorabilia. Mirrors are used extensively to visually expand the space.
This home is a two bedroom, two bath upper level condo and is more than 1,000 square feet with all the amenities.
The kitchen designed by Debbie Gursky of Cuisine Art features white painted cabinets which brighten and lighten the space. Gursky states the trend is moving away from natural stones to man-made greener products. Natural Roman fold blinds from Bond Decorating, unify the colors, texture, and style while framing the entrance to their refreshing out door living space.
Gary’s den is home to his many ski jumping awards and collectibles including a mounted deer head.
The master bedroom is in shades of ivory with antique furniture, exceptional art work and a large, well organized walk in closet.
Zonta/GFWC acknowledges all participating home owners including Gary Sparpana and Suzanne Fleury, Richard and Joyce Melin, Corky and Martha Nagel, John and Lynn Quillico, Ken and Terry Sovey, Jeff and Kathy Wilson and the Menominee Range Historical Museum.
Also to the following for their participation, Spread Eagle Garden Center, Edward’s Chevrolet, The Drug Store, Julia Rose Creations, Bond Decorating, Cuisine Art, U.P. Engineering, Maxine’s, Bay West, and Zonta’s Women in Science/Tall Ships Scholarship winners.