When I left you last week on Cashiers Designer Showhouse Part 1, we still had the top floor to tour, so today I’ll be sharing that part. I got some good feedback on the first part, so I hope you enjoy the top floor as well, the bedrooms and bonus room.
It was hard to capture this space with no people in the photos, so bear with me.
Loft and Lookout space: Melanie Couch & Nancy Dyteski, Spruce Interiors
This space had a tall valuted ceiling, all painted a moody blue/green shade.
Loved the artwork over the fireplace as well as the other art.
Beautiful details on the fabrics. This is
So many traditional details in the accessories that I loved.
This rug was gorgeous!
This gives an idea of the scale of this space, it’s huge.
Upstairs Bedroom & Bath 4: Nellie Howard Ossi, Mrs. Howard
Nellie is the daughter of famous designer, Phoebe Howard.
I personally loved this bedroom with all the soft tones, bamboo and rattan textures, and grasscloth wallpaper. A very sumptuous room!
The bathroom was gorgeous as well.
Sweet cafe curtain.
Gorgeous penny tile and subway tile in beautiful shades.
Bedroom & Bath 3: Lindo Pryor & Lauree Leath White, Atelier Maison
Bedroom & Bath 2: Francie Hargrove, Francie Hargrove Interior Design
Francie is well known in Cashiers and has a shop there, Francie Hargrove, that I visited one time 11 years ago. It was beautiful.
This beautifully designed feminine bedroom was another personal fave of mine.
And that wraps up the 2022 Cashiers Designer Showhouse. I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did! It was a gorgeous home all decked out with the latest in kitchen and bath designs as well as colors and textures that are currently popular. I loved it all!
I loved the tour especially the black wrought iron console in the green painted room. Would you happen to have the source?
I hope your Mom and Dad are doing well. Enjoy the late summer days in your beautiful pool.
HI, Thelma,glad you are enjoying the tour. I don’t have any info on any of the decor in the house.
A lot of times these designer homes leave me cold — too much style and not enough home. But I really enjoyed seeing the second floor. There were some really nice touches and I thought everything was beautiful. I also loved the rug in the loft — such gorgeous colors. I think bedroom and bath 4 was my favorite. I especially like the fox print in the bathroom. It was a little quirky while also working with the room’s colors.
C. Gresham says
Loved Part 2. Bedroom #2–Those window treatments were exquisite! Calm color palette, simple but elegant, but I had to laugh that they still had antlers in the bathroom 😉
The Lookout room—Loved the juxtaposition of circles and angles! The lamps in front of the window, swoon! And large art everywhere. With that view and dark walls, it felt like I was in a treehouse.
Two things I couldn’t relate to, all the antlers throughout the house and that wall in the lookout room that from a distance looks kind of like a rock wall (maybe).
Enjoyed this one immensely, thank you.