Thank you for your many responses to my posts on the Cashiers Designer Showhouse! Today I will share a few pictures of the first floor of this lovely home. The mudroom/flower room was my favorite—maybe because I want one. Showhouses are meant to give us ideas for our own homes ….
Take a look at the photos; see if YOU can find inspiration for decorating your own home. The Cashiers Designer Showhouse continues through this weekend. Head on up to the cool mountains of North Carolina and take the tour!
The entry hall leads to the large open living area
Dinning room features dark brown walls and a round table and chandelier
Study was designed by Sally Johannessen of Dovetail Antiques in Cashiers
Study features original Pickwick paneling
Charming desk and maps are featured in the study
Great displays are featured all through the room
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Carole Weaks of Atlanta, designed the large two story family room
The owners small son was placed on this huge stacked stone mantle by his older bothers and told to walk around … he did!
Sunny yellow draperies were used by Carole to frame the amazing view of Whiteside
The all new kitchen was designed by Bumpkins in Cashiers
Great idea for your own small corner
Table setting featured beautiful touches of orange
Deep double sinks in the mudroom/flower room—window looks out over the garden
Vases line the wall awaiting flowers from the garden
All photos by Lissy Parker for lissyparker.com. You are welcome to ‘borrow’ my photos—just please credit the source.