JULIAN PRICE SHOWHOUSE






OK.....before we dive into more pictures of The Julian Price House [you can find list of designers]....here is the update on my Weight Watchers journey.....

Down 5 pounds in 20 days.....definitely a little slow for this instant gratification girl:)  When I weighed myself I was moving the scale all over the bathroom floor to see if it would change ha ha.  I plan to kick in the workout schedule a little more to get this ball rolling.

I find myself eating the same food everyday for lack of imagination.....meaning it's too much trouble to figure out something else and get it together to cook it.

Anyway....I'm not discouraged!  I don't give up that easily.

Let's get back to the showhouse sponsored by Southern Home Magazine.

Before you walked into the kitchen there was one of my favorite rooms.....

It was like a butlers pantry....small dining area.







I remember looking at this bread and thinking "Good Lord I could dive into that right now....eat the whole loaf without looking up even if it had been tied up and dragged behind a car for an hour."


The kitchen was totally renovated.





Love this cute girls room.....






My friend Cheryl [Dwell By Cheryl] put this perfectly layered closet together and it was fabulous!!!




This wall treatment!


She is going places.....only just starting her full time design business recently....

Cheryl you killed it with this layered textural space.

And that's all I got.  I believe it's open until May 1st so if you are local you should definitely see!

I've got what is known as a Highpoint hangover....seeing so much product and pretty things! Kinda hard to get back into the swing of things but no choice here.....

Shayshakingitoff






11 comments

Regina S said...

Ohhhh those kitchen lights!!!

Anonymous said...

Would love to know the source of the lights over the island in the kitchen! They are amazing!!!

Lisa McGee

carsonthegamer24 said...


Love your style. Would love to get you to come to Carnesville Ga and redo my house from top to bottom. Congrats on your weight loss-it's a slow go when you don't have that much to lose.

We loved Cloud Contact Center Partners said...

Wow!!! What a beautiful kitchen lights. Would love to have that too.

juilethebird said...

Your comment about the bread almost made me spit out my coffee!!

Loved that desk nook in the butler's pantry.

Cindy Hattersley said...

Pretty showhouse! First off you look amazing...you don't look like you have a pound to lose. I am seriously thinking about trying weight watchers...no wine might be kinda tough!! Great to meet you at High Point. You need to come visit!

Bonnie G. said...

I usually am not a floral fabric lover, but that butler's pantry was so charming and the kitchen widow fabric! That little girl room is too stinkin cute.

Leigh Brown said...

I just watched the hoarders episode on this House. I kept thinking that it sounded familiar and at the end I remembered this post. The show was giving me a LOT of anxiety! I think I saw a little too much of what could happen to me if I don't walk away from the next antique show! I am so glad that you are showing us these pictures! Love your blog!

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

This house is amazing! Love the kids room, the art and everything.

Cheryl Luckett said...

Thanks so much Sherry!! So glad you got a chance to come by. What a fun project this was and I agree, would’ve loved that vintage fabric in the basement!! ��

Kim Hoegger said...

Thanks for sharing my Breakfast Room at the Julian Price!! It was so fun to design that space - love that it was the original Butler's Pantry, so charming. The textiles and wallpaper are from my new Kim Hoegger Home Textile Collection and the pattern used on the walls and on the pillows is called Modena and the color is Summer. The stool cushions are also KHH Textiles and are in our lovely Buffalo Check also in color Summer. So cheery and fun but elegant at the same time. :) That gorgeous kitchen was designed by Maria Adams - she did a beautiful job!! I really loved the way it turned out. Thanks again for sharing Sherry!! Love your blog!!

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