Mark Your Calendars for the 2016 O'More Show House in Franklin!

Mark your calendars for the O'More Show house! Beginning Thursday, May 12 and running through Friday, May 27, the show house, located in downtown historic Franklin, will be open to the public for viewing. Featuring nineteen designers from three different states, this year's show house will display a visual and diverse spectacle of interior talent that should not be missed.  Better yet??? Interior Canvas Home fabrics will be in one of these rooms! How cool is that?!?! 

This is the third O’More Show house event in recent years, with participating designers having ties to O’More College of Design in downtown Franklin and proceeds benefitting the College’s School of Interior Design. This year’s home, a 5,200 square-foot Ca. 1919 brick and stucco Craftsman-style cottage, is a significant contributing property to the National Register-listed Hincheyville Historic District. The owners have undertaken a total renovation of the home’s interior, while leaving the street-view exterior intact.

Participating designers include: Dana Goodman, ASID and Crysta Allsbrooks Parish, ASID of Dana Goodman Interiors (Living Room); Mark Simmons and Deb Tallent of Mark Simmons Interiors (Master Suite); Jonathan Savage, Allied ASID, IIDA of Savage Interior Design (Upstairs Sitting Room); Lila Pryor Frank, Allied ASID Lila Pryor Frank Interiors of Huntsville, Ala. (Dining Room); JoAnne Haynes, ASID of J. Haynes Interiors (Family Room); Stephanie Handley of J&K Design Studio (Upstairs Bedroom #2); Paige Williams Interior Design (Main Stairwell); Kimberly Kelly of K7 Interior Design (Rear Stairwell/Reading Nook/Terrace Level Guest Suite); Gretchen Pennell Interior Design (Laundry Room); Jennifer Jones, ASID, CKD of J. Jones Design, Inc.(Kitchen & Breakfast Room); Susan Besser, ASID and Sadie Marchant of Franklin Preservation Associates (Nursery); Tina Yarghi (Upstairs Powder Room); Vicki Edwards, ASID, CKD of Kitchen & Bath Images, LLC (Main Powder Room/Vestibule); Southeast Designer of the Year Rozanne Jackson of the Iron Gate (Upstairs Bedroom #1); and Kathleen Evers of K. Evers Interiors (Terrace Level Living Area). The outdoor living spaces are being designed by Ginger Kelly of Graham’s Lighting and Outdoor Living.

The 2014 O’More Show House, which restored the Ca. 1904 Queen Anne Victorian Dozier Home on Franklin’s Main Street, raised approximately $100,000, and proceeds were in turn used to restore the historic Berry House on the O’More campus as the new home of the College’s School of Interior Design.


Make sure to visit this show house, as it is one you do not want to miss! 

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*All O'More Show House information courtesy of Sheridan PR*