Sponsoring the Coastal Living Showhouse is a highlight of every year for us, and this year we get to do it twice! The magazine tapped Baily McCarthy, designer and founder of Biscuit Home to design the 2015 showhouse at Cinnamon Shore; a cozy resort off the coast of Corpus Christi, Texas. Shop the look from some of our favorite spaces and see the entire home in the November issue of Coastal Living!
The designers of this year’s Hampton Designer Showhouse turned a magnificent barn style house into a masterpiece of coastal decor trends. Now in its fifteenth year, the showhouse is located at 233 Old Sag Harbor Road in Bridgehampton, NY and will remain open to the public through Labor Day, September 7, 2015. Buy tickets here to tour the home and in the meantime sneak a peek and shop the looks from some of our favorite spaces!
Named for its sunny, golden façade and French-style architecture, Château Soleil is one of the finest examples of European-inspired craftsmanship in all of Atlanta. The 14,000 square foot estate was the site of this year’s Atlanta Symphony Associates Decorators’ Showhouse and Gardens benefitting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Several of the talented local designers worked with our team in Atlanta to find lighting to suit this exquisite showhouse!
foyer powder room: beth kooby
Schooled in french design, Atlanta-based Beth Kooby created a joyful powder bath in the grand foyer of the Château with crisp white moulding and shimmering floral wallpaper. Kooby selected a pair of Large Ring Wall Sconces in alabaster by E.F. Chapman to light the marble vanity.
Stuart Pliner knew when he discovered the gorgeous Mia 14″ Pendant by John Rosselli it would be the perfect compliment to his butler’s pantry. The exotic peacock wallpaper is continued on the walls of the dining room hallway.
Ann Wisniewski of AJW Designs Inc incorporates elegance with a touch of fun into her designs. For the powder room by the kitchen, she chose a pair of Ruhlmann Single Sconces in antique nickel by E.F. Chapman to accent the playful yet sophisticated cheetah wallpaper.
Danielle Rollins of the newly-launched Rollins Ingram interior design and architecture firm designed the “hers” master bath and closet, layering three elegant blue and white patterns throughout. The trinket-covered vanity desk features black and white photographs and is lit by a pair of timeless Abbot Single-Arm Sconces in polished nickel by Alexa Hampton.
Melanie Turner brought a fresh look to the blue and white chinoiserie wallpaper in her guest bedroom, layering it with bold, solid greens and citron. What better light fixture to use in Château Soleil than the Soleil Pendant by Suzanne Kasler?
When designing the lower stairs and terrace landing, Cathy Rhodes wanted to create a warm and interesting place that welcomed guests as they come down to the basement. She added scalloped shades to a pair of Anita Table Lamps in tea stain porcelain with brass accents by Alexa Hampton.