Showhouse

Southern Style Now 2017

It was a distinct pleasure to attend and participate in the second annual Southern Style Now design festival this past November in Savannah, GA! Honestly, y'all, we thought last year's inaugural event in NOLA couldn't have been surpassed, but founder Robert Leleux outdid himself - solidifying SSN in our hearts and minds as one of the not-to-be-missed design events each year. 

The festival was comprised of several days of inspiring panels and social events galore. At the heart of it all is the Traditional Home showhouse, for which a group of interior designers are hand-selected by Robert to put their spin on each room. CLOTH & KIND was invited to design a space of our choosing and ultimately selected the sweet Morning Room, tucked away just off of the Kitchen on the main floor. From the get-go, we were enthusiastic about the creative opportunities that this intimate space provided to us, and ultimately ended up channeling our infatuation with the Bloomsbury Group to create a painterly retreat in this cozy nook of the home.

Southern Style Now
CLOTH & KIND // Design Project, Southern Style Now
CLOTH & KIND // Design Project, Southern Style Now
CLOTH & KIND // Design Project, Southern Style Now
CLOTH & KIND // Design Project, Southern Style Now
CLOTH & KIND // Design Project, Southern Style Now

MORNING ROOM
Interior Design // CLOTH & KIND
Photo Credit // CLOTH & KIND

The plethora of talent involved in designing this home was mind blowing, to say the least. It gives us such distinct pleasure to work alongside so many wickedly talented peers of ours from near & far. Check it out...

Southern Style Now 2017 // Michelle Nussbaumer

FRONT FOYER
Interior Design // Michelle Nussbaumer
Photo Credit // Robin L Davis

 

Southern Style Now 2017 // Jared Hughes

PARLOR
Interior Design // Jared Hughes Design
Photo Credit // Heidi Geldhauser

Southern Style Now 2017 // Brockschmidt and Coleman

DINING ROOM
Interior Design // Brockschmidt and Coleman
Photo Credit // Brockschmidt and Coleman

Southern Style Now 2017 // Lisa Mende

KITCHEN
Interior Design // Lisa Mende Design
Photo Credit // Kelli Boyd

Southern Style Now 2017 // Betsy Berry

POWDER ROOM
Interior Design // B. Berry Interiors
Photo Credit // Caesarstone US

Southern Style Now 2017 // Sally King Benedict

HALLWAY
Interior Design // Sally King Benedict
Photo Credit // Heidi Geldhauser

Southern Style Now 2017 // Melanie Turner

MASTER BEDROOM
Interior Design // Melanie Turner Interiors
Photo Credit // Melanie Turner

Southern Style Now 2017 // Benjamin Johnston

DRESSING ROOM
Interior Design // Benjamin Johnston
Photo Credit // Heidi Geldhauser

Southern Style Now 2017 // Kevin Walsh, Bear Hill Interiors

MASTER BATHROOM
Interior Design // Bear Hill Interiors
Photo Credit // Kevin Walsh

Southern Style Now 2017 // Lily Brown

PETITE SALON
Interior Design // Lily Brown Interiors
Photo Credit // Lily Brown

Southern Style Now 2017 // Chad James

GUEST BATHROOM
Interior Design // Chad James Group
Photo Credit // Heidi Geldhauser

GUEST BEDROOM Interior Design //  Kara Cox Interiors  Photo Credit // Traditional Home

GUEST BEDROOM
Interior Design // Kara Cox Interiors
Photo Credit // Traditional Home

BEDROOM ONE
Interior Design // Kara Cox Interiors
Photo Credit // Traditional Home

GUEST BEDROOM #2 Interior Design //  Pencil and Paper Co  Photo Credit // CLOTH & KIND

GUEST BEDROOM #2
Interior Design // Pencil and Paper Co
Photo Credit // CLOTH & KIND

BEDROOM TWO
Interior Design //  Pencil & Paper Co.
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hoto Credit // CLOTH & KIND

GUEST BATHROOM #2 Interior Design //  Bochner Design  Photo Credit // Mary Jo Bochner

GUEST BATHROOM #2
Interior Design // Bochner Design
Photo Credit // Mary Jo Bochner

POWDER ROOM
Interior Design //  Mary Jo Bochner
Photo Credit // CLOTH & KIND

GARDEN LEVEL LIVING ROOM Interior Design //  Denise McGaha Interiors  Photo Credit //  Josh Gibson

GARDEN LEVEL LIVING ROOM
Interior Design // Denise McGaha Interiors
Photo Credit // Josh Gibson

GARDEN LEVEL LIVING ROOM
Interior Design //  Denise McGaha Interiors
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hoto Credit // Jared Hughes

GARDEN LEVEL KITCHEN Interior Design //  Gwyn Duggan Design   Photo Credit // Southern Style Now

GARDEN LEVEL KITCHEN
Interior Design // Gwyn Duggan Design 
Photo Credit // Southern Style Now

GARDEN LEVEL KITCHEN
Interior Design // Gwyn Duggan Design
Photo Credit // Southern Style Now 

Southern Style Now 2017 // Meredith Ellis

MASTER STUDY
Interior Design // Meredith Ellis Design
Photo Credit // Meredith Ellis

GARDEN LEVEL GUEST BEDROOM Interior Design //  MA ALLEN INTERIORS  Photo Credit //  Jean Allsopp

GARDEN LEVEL GUEST BEDROOM
Interior Design // MA ALLEN INTERIORS
Photo Credit // Jean Allsopp

GUEST BEDROOM
Interior Design // MA Allen Interiors
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hoto Credit // Jean Allsopp

GARDEN LEVEL STUDY Interior Design //  Patrick Hamilton  Photo Credit // Patrick Hamilton

GARDEN LEVEL STUDY
Interior Design // Patrick Hamilton
Photo Credit // Patrick Hamilton

STUDY
Interior Design // Patrick J Hamilton Designs
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hoto Credit // CLOTH & KIND

Southern Style Now 2017 // Lily Brown

GARDEN LEVEL BATHROOM
Interior Design // Lily Brown Interiors
Photo Credit // Lily Brown

GARDEN ROOM Interior Design //  Bridget Beari Designs  Photo Credit // Lisa Mende

GARDEN ROOM
Interior Design // Bridget Beari Designs
Photo Credit // Lisa Mende

GARDEN ROOM
Interior Design // Susan Jamieson
Photo Credit // CLOTH & KIND

COURTYARD Interior Design //  Summer Loftin Antiques & Design  Photo Credit // Summer Loftin

COURTYARD
Interior Design // Summer Loftin Antiques & Design
Photo Credit // Summer Loftin

COURTYARD
Interior Design // Summer Loftin Antiques & Design
Photo Credit // Nick Burchell

ROOFTOP GARDEN Interior Design // Linda Eyles Design Photo Credit // Linda Eyles

ROOFTOP GARDEN
Interior Design // Linda Eyles Design
Photo Credit // Linda Eyles

ROOFTOP DECK
Interior Design // Linda Eyles Design
Photo Credit // Woodard Furniture 

Keep your eyes peeled for an upcoming issue of Traditional Home magazine which will feature the entire Southern Style Now showhouse in all of its glory.

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Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles // Home for the Holidays

ABOUT THE SHOWHOUSE // Several months ago, we received the distinct honor of being invited to design a space in the prestigious Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles' Home for the Holidays showhouse. The annual showhouse is a one-of-a-kind holiday experience and in 2014 it featured a newly constructed English-style home in Atlanta’s upscale Buckhead neighborhood. The 7,200-square-foot home built by Sheehan Built Homes was inspired by the arts and crafts style developed by Sir Edwin Lutyens of England in the late 1800s and early 1900s. A stone and brick façade carries the steep roof with large windows and cut stone quoins and headers, reminiscent of Lutyens designs, throughout. The interior boasts four bedrooms and four bathrooms along with a study and sitting room. Perched atop a hill, the home’s large-scale backyard is a focal point featuring a heavily canopied landscape.  The luxury home showcases the work of acclaimed local and national designers (eeeek... that includes us!!) who were selected to put their touches on each room to create a true designer showhouse. The home was open to the public for tours in November and early December 2014 and proceeds from the event benefitted the Southeastern Horticultural Society’s Learning Gardens and Farms

ABOUT CLOTH & KIND'S SPACES //  Given the tucked away location of the vestibule and bonus room, on the second floor - above the three car garage, we were inspired to turn the adjoining spaces into an alluring destination in the home - a seductive and modern day speakeasy.  A cheeky nod to the blind tiger, as speakeasies were often referred to during the prohibition era, we swathed the walls of the vestibule in ZAK+FOX’s luxurious Khaden tiger print fabric.  Dark and sultry trim, ceilings and walls in Sydney Harbour Paint’s Jaguar sets the mood and creates the ideal backdrop upon which a myriad of geometric shapes are echoed throughout the bonus room in watery shades of cream, blue & indigo, plum, blush pink and neutral. Just as speakeasies did in their day, the bonus room beckons with promises of lounging and frivolity - cocktails, cards, dancing and an abundance of comfortable seating in an inviting salon.  Paired with a mid-century bar, and a trio of old rail car barstools found on the side of the road, saddling up to the bar has never been so stylish. True to CLOTH & KIND’s vibe, the two spaces are layered with history and heart, with story and substance. The ultimate mix of vintage, modern, textures, art, colors and of course, layers upon layers of unique textiles create the ultimate destination in this stately Habersham home. And, PS, we just had a blast designing these spaces! You can find full coverage of the house, including our spaces, in the February 2015 issue of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles magazine. Please also enjoy these photos, taken by our dear photographer Sarah Dorio, for our Portfolio.

THE VESTIBULE //

AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND

THE BONUS ROOM //

AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND
AHL Home for the Holidays Showhouse // CLOTH & KIND


Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Showhouse

 

CLOTH & KIND has been invited to design a room in this stunning new home on Habersham Road for the Atlanta Homes & LifestylesHome for the Holidays showhouse this winter. The dreaming/designing/planning is well underway and we are so excited with the direction our space is taking! Keep your eyes peeled here on our Journal for some sneak peeks at what we're scheming in the coming months... and if you live in Atlanta, be sure to mark your calendars for November 16 - December 7 which is when the house will be open to the public. We'd love to see y'all there!