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This Small Shop in the Big City Will Change the Way You Think about Detroit. An Infusion of Functional Art. First Class Fashion. And Friendly Service.

Detroit October 21, 2015     The ArtLoft is for style setters. Trend spotters. Gift getters. An urban oasis with wall-to-wall, top-to-bottom internationally acclaimed home accessories, art objects, jewelry and fashions, all personally curated by Rachael Adadevoh-Woods.

At a glance, shoppers will find fine pieces that define them, their residence, and their city. Personal and home accessories that are creative, imaginative and decidedly practical, too. A mix of global, domestic and Detroit treasures.

Expect to find luxurious lines like Michael Aram, Jonathan Adler, Sid Dickens, Carrol Boyes, Janna Ugone and Pablo Designs, along with unique, statement clothing from Desigual, Sun Kim and Jason, and shoes from Sacha London and Camper. Plus one-of-a kind jewelry that ranges from classic to whimsical.

Rachael, a native of Ghana, who for 18 years has reigned over her shop in Birmingham, Michigan, says she hand-picks an eclectic mix of classic and edgy items for this unconventional Cass Avenue locale, to cater to the new breed of urban dwellers and visitors. The store is open Monday through Saturday, 11 am – 6 pm. Sundays by appointment. And the website, is fully stocked to shop afterhours, night and day.

“Our guests deserve a first class experience with a bit of city swagger,” she declares. “We gift-wrap, ship all over the country and actually forge long-term friendships. More often than not, a shopper leaves with a hug or a hand-shake!”

For a new take on Detroit street culture and a fresh personal shopping experience, visit the ArtLoft Midtown soon. It may well become your new go-to place for all things worldly, whimsical and wonderful.