Traditional Home High Point Showhouse 2015

Big news…I am so excited to accept the invitation to be a part of the Traditional Home High Point Showhouse 2015! 



Decorator Showhouse
at Historic Randall B. Terry Home, Circa 1912

presented by the Junior League of High Point with Traditional Home April 18-May 3, 2015
200 West Farriss Avenue in Emerywood • High Point, North Carolina



Proceeds benefit the Junior League of High Point’s community and educational programs

The historic Terry residence is a 5 minute drive from High Point Market, which represents the best in American home design and craftsmanship. This 5, 400 square-foot-home was built in 1912 by Randall B. Terry, aprominent local businessman. The home is one of the earliest homes built in the historic Roland Park area, now part of Emerywood, and serves as one of the finest examples of the English Tudor Revival-style homes that became popular in the area. Many of the stunning original detail remain, including arched doorways, original fireplace mantles, stained glass windows, inlaid wood flooring, and hand-crafted paneling on many of the walls and ceilings throughout.
The spacious grounds include the house, a carriage house, and pool.

I was asked to do the Carraige House upstairs living area and kitchenette (yikes.)

Want to see the pictures…they are a true BEFORE!   





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As you can see, I have major work to plan and execute.  

Stay tuned for more and be sure to put it on your calendar for market or a road trip. 

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Also read more about the Showhouse projects on Madcap Cottage and Lisa Mende Design.

I am sure it will not disappoint with the great talent involved! 

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