|photo by Peter Rymwid via Traditional Home|
I am so excited about this month's issue of Traditional Home Magazine. If you haven't picked up the October issue, do so before they disappear.
Traditional Home magazine never disappoints, but this month's issue is extra special to me,as it features the Randall B Terry High Point showhouse kitchen, breakfast room and mudroom I designed and includes the designs of many of my friends who also designed rooms in the showhouse. Every designer did such an incredible job!
Today kicks off a series of posts featuring rooms in the
Traditional Home and Junior League of High Point "Randall B Terry" Showhouse. When we look at the photographs in the magazine we see beautiful rooms, but when we have the privilege of seeing the before pictures, the transformation is even more impressive. I thought it would be fun to share the "before" photos along with the "after" photos to truly appreciate the amazing vision these talented designers had for their rooms. Follow along and let me know what you think!
First up is the beautiful powder room designed by Margaret Fisher Margaret Fisher Interiors is a full-service interior design firm located right here in my hometown of Charlotte. In the powder room transformation, whimsical wallpaper by Christian Lacroix for Designer's Guild called "Butterfly Parade" was used by Margaret. The silver metallic wallpaper and magenta Pratt & Lambert paint provides a showstopping response from this small space. Margaret added the perfect compliments to her room with the Aerin Lauder "Jacqueline" Chandelier from Circa Lighting and beautiful marble flooring. The original merlot colored toilet and sink were replaced by an updated sculptural Kohler white toilet and pedestal sink.
Now for the before so you can appreciate Margaret's vision.....
To see more, make sure to click on the Traditional Home online
feature about the show house rooms here
Was that fun? Want to see more?