Local interior designers design a room in the Traditional Home showhouse.
March 17, 2013
Local interior designersTraci ZellerandLisa Mendehave teamed up to design a room in the Traditional Home showhousein Greensboro this April – benefitting the Junior League of Greensboro and open to the public from April 20 – May 5. The spectacular mansion, known as Adamsleigh — has been chosen as this year’s show house. Built for High Point textile magnate John Hampton (“Hamp”) Adams and his wife Elizabeth, Adamsleigh was finished in 1931, and is known as “Greensboro’s Grandest House,” or more casually as “the mansion that socks built.” Mr Adams was co-founder of Adams-Millis Corporation, the first company in High Point to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
The girls are designing John Hampton Adam’s dressing area/bath which is part of the master suite, and have already begun their work. We’ll be featuring insider interviews with Traci & Lisa on the details and tips, challenges and rewards of this project later during their process, but for now, congrats to them! And start planning your visit now.
As for the show house, things are coming along nicely! This next week will be really busy with workers and deliveries. We can't wait to share our room with you and let you in on our little secret....it has something to do with our closet....of course we might let Scoop Charlotte share it with you first, so make sure you keep checking over there for news too!!!
Adamsleigh Show House April 20 - May 5
3301 Alamance Road Greensboro, NC
You will be in for a treat with 15,000 sq feet of fabulous designs