ATLANTA HOLIDAY HOME 2023




Well lets see if I can keep this up....2 post in November and now it's early December so there is still a chance of getting a few more post together:)

So the finger.....I can tell you that the other 4 fingers are mad at having to do all of the work.  It is still very swollen but they said to go see a specialist to get the stitches taken out and if they won't do it...then come back to the ER.

OK...first of all I am not going back to the ER and taking a chance of another 3-4 hour wait.  Nope.  And when she said go see a specialist but if they won't take them out...I am like HUH????

So basically it's like I sold you a couch but you have to figure out how to get it to your house.  Bad business model I think.

Anyway long story short I watched a YOU TUBE video and I feel like I am certified now.  

Last night I roped my friend into helping me...which was shocking since her sister and best friend are both doctors so I feel like she should know better.

Apparently she doesn't and after 15 minutes they were all out.  Except for one that I found this morning which I plucked out myself.



OK...lets move on to the Atlanta Holiday Home Showhouse.


Usually I get to preview it but I had an appointment that I could not change so that didn't happen....

I wrangled Rose into going with me on Sunday [ it was packed...like a million people] but it is only open until the 10th so time was running out.

Let me give you the quick scoop.....Architect was Castro Design Studio [who I have worked with before and he is amazing!]

The builder was Pradera Group and my friend Kit Castaldo was responsible for tile selections, kitchen design etc. 


 Above was a space my friend Erika Ward Interiors did using art from Wendell Dobson [another friend!]


More from Erika!  
Photo by Lauren Chambers Interiors


Kit did this space off the kitchen area....


The talented Barbara Westbrook was responsible for the family room which I loved!





How about this trim....

It was hard to get a picture of the kitchen cause there always seemed to be somebody in the way!


This was the bar area.....




Gracie Studio wallpaper in the dining room designed by Brittany Carson Johnson



The gurst room by Jessica Bradley.  Love this fixture by Madegoods!



Upstairs sitting area by Christy Dillard Kratzer

This bedroom By Michele Gratch


Loved the styling on these hallway bookshelves....Whitney Durham


Moving on to the Primary bedroom....

By Chris Holt







Primary bathroom





Primary his and her closets by Bailey Ward







Basement lounge by Potts Mason Interiors.
Love this huge light fixture!














Laundry Room by Bellwether Designs
Photo by Lauren Chambers Interiors


Upstairs office by Justin Williams
Photo by Lauren Chambers Interiors





And there you have it!  Stitches and a Showhouse in one post....where will I go next....lol

Shaywentrogue



10 comments

Anonymous said...

Ok, who are you and what did you do with Sherry?? All this posting, it's great. Funny story, I have a family member who is a doctor and they had a patient come in who needed stitches, doctor steps out of the room to google how to do stitches..

Janice said...

Happy to see your post! Gorgeous show house!

Anonymous said...

Always excited to see a new post. Interior Design with a bit of fashion, travel, dog, and now medical advice mixed in! I love it all.
This show house was incredible, thanks for taking us along!
I hope you have a wonderful Holiday season.

Anonymous said...

I loved this post - you taking out your stitches after googling how to do it, is how we are all having to manage in today's world! Do it yourself, because you have the most at stake in the outcome!

Enjoyed seeing the show house too - I also know by all your past posts that you could have easily designed any of these rooms and given them competition!

Thank you so much for blogging!

michele said...

This is why you're my hands down favorite blogger in the universe. Youtubing stitches removal is an awesome topic alone, but then you add all of this inspiring holiday splendor. My goodness, we're spoiled with sher-chic. Wishing you gentle, drama-free December days with minimal household accidents and maximum joy. Because you are deserving and such a ray of light to us, the peasants, reading you with tenderness and hope. xox

Anonymous said...

Hands take a LONG time to heal. We pruned the azaleas in May and I injured my thumb joint on my right hand from over doing it on the pruner. It wasn't until November that I had my mobility back to normal. Just warning you, it can take a long time to get back where you want it to be, so don't worry.

Unknown said...

Sherry, I love your posts. And usually don't mind the intervals between them. But could you put up something short pretty soon? Maybe a Cami picture? I flinch seeing the stitches . . . and apologize for being picky.

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Xhianna Brown said...

Your friend got a taste in designing.

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