I’m sharing some sneak peeks here today of the gorgeous ASID showhouse I attended last week.
You will be buying your ticket to see more after you get a glimpse of what these 21 interior designers have done in this lovely home.
I was so impressed with the quality art, rugs, lighting and window treatments throughout this home. Everything worked together beautifully, but each space had nuances that created a feel for each designer’s aesthetic and point of view.
The first two rooms to the right and left as you enter are the living and dining.
The living room, designed by Mary Wilson of Live Beautifully, LLC, had gorgeous art, a stunning rug, beautiful furnishings and an amazing Steinway baby grand piano.
Here are a few sneak peeks of that space, below.
I love the black and white and how it relates to the piano and then the bold blues she used to create some drama.
That fireplace screen is to die for! I really like how she mixed some traditional elements with more modern style.
The Steinway & Sons piano is programmed to play performances by many famous artists. They have a huge library to choose from. You can watch the actual performance of the pianist on a device or even on your tv! Wouldn’t that be great for a party?
It certainly helped created a festive ambience in this home during my tour.
Linda Eyles of Linda Eyles Design really brought the drama in the dining room. That ceiling and the artwork were so impressive. Love the color palette she chose too, blues and purples, it really added some punch to the entry of this home.
Family Room / Breakfast room
The family room, entered right off the entry, was designed by Anna Pack of The Design Firm. Love the white backdrop with splashes of rich color in this space. Again, the art really caught my attention.
The pantry was designed by Chairma Design Group. I’ve seen their pantries in the Southern Living Showcase Home and in a previous ASID Showhouse and love how they design these to be extensions of the kitchens.
They typically use wallcovering and used it in this one too. Love that green grasscloth!
Next is the kitchen, designed by Missy Stewart of Missy Stewart Designs. There was a breakfast buffet and lots of people in the kitchen when I was there, so I didn’t get many photos of this space, but I loved the window treatment and the layout.
It was a combination with a Roman shade and roller shade.
There were two powder rooms, this one off the back hall. (I’ll share the other one in my Part 2 Showhouse post.)
I like the use of two different wallcoverings here to create depth and add texture. The bamboo framed mirror works well here to bring a bit of warmth into this space.
She also worked on the neighboring wine room, so don’t miss that when you take your tour.
Upstairs, the hallways and landings were not forgotten.
Sherry Millien of TerraVista Design Group combined statement art and lovely seating to create this beautiful nook.
More statement art and a sweet antique chair provide just the right combination of modern and traditional in this vignette created by Sherrell Neal of Sherrell Design Studio.
All of the decorative lighting in this home was from Circa Lighting in Houston. It was so well coordinated and made significant statements in each designer space.
All of the window treatments throughout the house were from The Shade Store.
Take a look at this ingenious textural shade on this large window in one of the stair landings. It provides some privacy while still letting in light and keeps a trim, simple profile.
Here is another detail shot of one of the window treatments from The Shade Store, below, the cafe curtains in the master bath, designed by Brooke Bowman of Bowman Design Studio.
For Part 2, the upstairs rooms, click here. You will love the upstairs rooms! They’re all fun and unique!
Please contact the designers I’ve linked to in the post for inquiries about any of the items in their rooms. I believe most is usually for sale when the show is over.
Get your tickets at the ASIDTGCC site. It’s open until June 30th!
Builder: Welch Builders Brokers