Tuesday, December 4, 2012

AHL CHRISTMAS SHOWHOUSE




I damn sure was getting to the Christmas Showhouse [sponsored by Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles] this year....cause I missed it in 2011 and everyone was talking about it.

I hate when people are discussing a cool event and I am clueless....

Sunday morning I wanted to be there at noon sharp when it opened.  

If you live in Atlanta you must go.  This is the last week and every room was jaw dropping.

I might have dropped a hint that I was a blogger...and they might have said I could take a few pictures....I did.

Hopefully this will inspire you to get yo self there!

 The foyer was by: Square Feet Studio.


The living room was designed by: Beth Webb.  It was incredible but I only managed to snag this picture.  Not sure why?


The Gentleman's Study by: Tammy Connor
So rich and warm.


All I had was my iPhone....the walls in the DR.


 Designed by: James Howard

 Tried to get a good picture of the chandelier....it was to die.

I'll take these chairs.


The Breakfast room by: Gretchen Edwards



Gorgeous plates.


How pretty!



This was the best picture I could get of the kitchen.....without anyone around.  It was gorgeous.
Designed by: Lyndsy Woods.


Beautiful place setting.



And the stockings were hung.....

Love the colors of the family room.
Designed by: Liz Williams.


Oh....and that KW fabric on the chairs.....yes.

Love the settee  against the window.




The mud room by: James Farmer with Maggie Griffin.



This was the downstairs powder room....navy grasscloth....


Upstairs hallway


Loving the nursery by: Michel Boyd


Believe it or not there was a crib......

Don't know why I did not get a shot of it?


The Young Boy's Bedroom by: Barbara Heath



The upstairs study by: Chris Holt.


The master bedroom by: Amy D. Morris




This color was gorgeous....BM Hidden Fall 714 


This was the corridor leading to the master.....


This room was a small library but there were so many people I could not get a good shot.

It was designed by: Laura Walker.


One last shot of the DR as I was leaving.  My pictures do not do this home justice.....

*****Here is a link to some pictures from Holly over at Things That Inspire *****

The builder was Dovetail Homes.  

Seriously gorgeous.....all of it.  If you can't make it, then you will be able to see it in Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles soon.

But go......really.

Don't forget about the giveaway.....

I will pick a winner later this week.

I know everyone has a lot to do these days!  I have my last install before Christmas next week.....and will spend this week making sure I am organized.

Will I get any decorating done to my house?

That is a big question.....I am sweating just thinking about it.

Shazam....

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29 comments:

Corbin said...

Sherry - Thanks for sharing the pictures! I moved from ATL to NYC this year and won't be home in time to see it.

Things That Inspire said...

Funny, I just posted on the house too - was invited on the press tour, so got to take pictures!

I can't find my color chart. Do you know what color the gentleman's study was?

Love seeing the showhouse through your eyes! I agree, the house is hard to capture in pictures as there is so much detail, so much natural light. I noticed that the One King's Lane pictures are all taken at night.

Great post!

- Holly

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Sherry....one of my favorite things to do is going to design homes. Looks like it was worth seeing.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

I want the wall of cow paintings!

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...

You are killing me with all the eye candy!

michele said...

thanks so much for all the inspiration, sherry. of course i was preoccupied with the beautiful modern art. can't wait to have a break to begin creating my own.

love to you.

michele

Blayne Beacham said...

I'm so jealous! I am for sure going next year!

Patty Day @Pattys Epiphanies said...

Thanks Sherry for posting the pictures. MC and I won't be able to get there this year, so to see your photos was a treat.
Thanks

Karen Albert said...

Fabulous home, fabulous Art, Sherry! Thank you so much for the pics since I cannot attend!

xoxo
Karena
Art*by*Karena

Kat said...

Man alive...this place must be the size of a castle! Sheesh. Gorgeous for sure. Wish I could see it in person but thanks for snappin' these shots for us:)

My Crafty Home Life said...

There are some really good ideas here.

Lisa Gabrielson said...

Thanks for the reminder. How gorgeous!!

Karen said...

Wow such a beautiful home Sherry. Wish I lived closer, I'd definitely go! Thanks for sharing it :)

PURA VIDA said...

Weeeelll my gooooosh

5th and State said...

i so appreciate your showing this chicago gal such beauty! particularly the grasscloth and molding combo and the chandy i could die for too!
debra

Kris @ Driven by Décor said...

Wishing I was in Atlanta b/c that house is incredible - would love to see it in person! I especially love the dining room chairs and the wood ceiling beams - nice to see how they did the beams in a house that doesn't have tremendously high ceilings!

Lisa @ Shine Your Light said...

I wish I could fly down to Atlanta just to go to this showhouse! I am crushing on those teal blue walls in one of the bedrooms…..so moody and gorgeous. Such a pretty house! Thanks for sharing, Sherry!

Lisa - A Room with A View said...

I love that chandelier and the kitchen does look amazing. Whatever I see of the nursery is very inspiring. Great pics, Sherry!

pam {simple details} said...

Oh my...thank you for talking your way into some photos for us! Great new inspiration!

Summer for Swede Collection said...

It was interesting to note that most of the rooms had oriental rugs including the bathroom, halls, etc. Seems seagrass and naturals are out and oriental carpets are back in again.

Kathysue said...

Sherry, Love it!! Some beautiful color combinations and fabrics in this home. Trust me you WILL get your decorating done. Once you have time to start you will plow through and it will be spectacular!! Keeping the faith....
xo Kathysue

Wonderful Life! said...

I haven't read all the comments, not sure if anyone mentioned the Atl showhouse sale on One Kings Lane today. That amazing alpaca bench is sold! of course! Thanks for sharing I will never make it down this week!

Wonderful Life! said...

I haven't read all the comments, not sure if anyone mentioned the Atl showhouse sale on One Kings Lane today. That amazing alpaca bench is sold! of course! Thanks for sharing I will never make it down this week!

Andrea said...

All of that gorgeous grasscloth is to die for!!! I love your sneaky pictures.

Carmel @ Our Fifth House said...

That kitchen is gorgeous! I LOVE that range hood!!!

Joan Troyer said...

White matched anything!

vreelandroad said...

I love that color! Thinking maybe for my front door???

Thank you for the preview as I'm headed there today!! (inspire me, inspire me, inspire me).

Can't wait to see you all's show house btw.

Have a wonderful weekend!!!!
xo

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Beautiful showhouse! I especially love all the millwork and architecture. Thanks for the tour!

René said...

I'm glad you made it this year! So many incredible details - had to pin a few.