Hard to believe… but it’s that time of year again when
unveils its location for their annual Show House.
And I have to say, this year’s house is going to be a fabulous tribute to
the Women’s Council who is celebrating their 40th Show House anniversary.
Located in Anchorage, KY (my little community)
"The Anchorage" was built in 1872 as the home of James W. Goslee,
a retired riverboat captain.
Designers were invited to tour the house last week during a
Wine and Cheese party.
This is when everyone had a chance to wander around
and decide which spaces they would like to design.
The committee met the next day and
poured over the selections to decide which designers would participate this year
Not an easy process, especially when so many vie for the same spaces!
I was really excited when the call came from the committee and they offered me
the upstairs sitting room!
It may not look very appealing right now, but oh…how the wheels are turning!
I’ve got so many ideas for this cute little space.
What do you think? Should I keep that yellow valance on the window? lol
The fireplace wall has so much potential…
We are working overtime to get the concept board together
by next week so it can be submitted to the committee for approval.
I’ll keep you posted on our progress as we create this fun room
so check back with me.
I Love Show Houses!
"EMBRACE THE JOYS OF GOOD DESIGN!"