SERENBE SHOWHOUSE PART 2






Y'all it is still so hot here....90 degrees.  I had a keratin treatment about 6 weeks ago and now my hair is a hot mess again.....but I feel kind of like a chump complaining about hair when there are people without homes in Texas and Puerto Rico.

So sad.

I hope some of you have had a chance to get to the Serenbe Showhouse.  I know you enjoyed the last group of pictures so I am here to serve with more!

This gorgeous space by Elizabeth Ferguson











You guys know  this room spoke to me with the neutrals, texture and eclectic feel.


This beautiful space was designed by Jena Salmon who actually picked out all the elements of both homes meaning tile, fixtures, and kitchens and baths.










I mean who doesn't like a room full of blue right?

My friend Teri Duffy had me in mind when when designed this black and white space:)


Beautiful Schumacher curtain fabric.....

The blue rug took us into the bathroom which followed with a vanity of the same hues and black and white floors.



Hubba hubba.....

Up the stairs was some fantastic art by Blayne Beacham Macauley
I've known Blayne from the blogging community and  I'm so excited for her success in the art world!  



So good!


Another impressive space by my good friends Julie Montgomery and Michele Gratch [Montgomery Gratch Interiors]





And last we have a room from my favorite consignment store Swoox Interiors!



Yeah.....I could pretty much dive into this space right?






And there you have it....Open through Sunday October 8th.

What's going on for you guys the rest of the week?

Shazam










 

THIS AND THAT




You might notice that I didn't get to a post yesterday.  I just couldn't get it together and I knew that it would not be earth shattering if I waited until today:)

I still have the rest of the showhouse pictures [which I will get to next week] for you guys who don't live in the area and can't go.

Yesterday I had to go outside of my one mile radius so I hit up Dixon Rye....another favorite retail store.

Brad Odom [who was formerly with West Elm and J Crew] opened his place a few years ago and it has quickly become a destination for inspiration.

I am drawn to his slightly masculine look throughout and while I was there I took some pictures to inspire you!


This chair was the first thing I saw when I walked through the door..... I am all over blue and black right now and this large graphic print made me a little tingly:)

Who doesn't love an unusual take on a wing chair!



And this stitching made it even more special.

We all know that if you throw an interesting chair in a room it can elevate it up to "perfection" status right?



I love birds and plates so this combo is a win win!



Raise your hand if you think I love this little pillow situation.
 



Velvet pillows are all the rage now....they add so much texture to a space.

Everything....including the sculpture, the art and that black desk could be on my Christmas list.



I started crying for my Mommie when I stumbled across these walls plus the light fixtures and that layered bedding....on freaking point.


These vases.....



Some tablescaping for you





I am not sure what this is but I love it.

I decided to treat myself to a pretty candle while I was there.  The container is metal and that's what got me.



Yesterday I delivered this tufted leather Lee Industries ottoman to a mancave.....[not styled up yet]

Actually since they have 2 kids it's more like a "babycave" and this had to be kid friendly with no sharp edges!

Of course when I am out shopping for accessories it's kind of like "one for you and one for me"...ha ha.   I stumbled upon these black and white antlers and well...the next thing I knew they were in my car.

I also ran across this carpet sample from Bellbridge Carpets and talk about perfection.

I might need this because it matches Cami!

Hope you guys have a great weekend....next week is crazy.  Discover ADAC and I am going to the mart to finally meet Linda who started the ORC!


Kind of excited about that!

Shayfab





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