Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Southern Style Now Showhouse 2018



Have you been following along with the recent reveal of this years Southern Style Now show home on social media? This is where I find hashtags so helpful; you can see all of the tour images that I've featured here under the hashtag #southernstylenow. This Charleston home was built in 1844, and has me convinced I likely should have been a Southerner! Fifteen amazing southern designers were invited to decorate a room in the house (by Robert Leleux, the Founder of Southern Style Now and by Jill Waage, Editor-in-Chief of Traditional Home). 

Let's start with my favorite space, I think it's the chartreuse walls that have me in love:





The Gracie wallpaper in orange is the most memorable aspect of the entry and stairway, those blossoms are oversized at about 2 feet tall each!









I also loved the coral colors in this ladies sitting room, I think it's safe to say color is back in a very strong way!





I only wish I could have seen this home in person, but I'm thankful for the fact that we get to enjoy it through the powers of the internet ;) Hope you enjoyed it as well.

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