We are looking forward to the upcoming Magnolia Show House sponsored by Atlanta Magazine open to the public beginning October 19th through November 13, 2016 Wednesdays – Saturdays 10 am to 4pm and Sundays 1-4 pm. Tickets are available for purchase for $20 each.
The beneficiary of this show house is Advocates for Children, a non-profit organization committed to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Through the eight programs they operate, Advocates for Children strives to create a world where all children are respected, loved, happy, and thriving. Their goal is to bring hope and comfort to over 3,000 children and families every year in Bartow County and the surrounding North Georgia areas. They will accomplish this through the following programs:
- A Better Way Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC)
- Bartow Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
- First Steps
- Flowering Branch Children’s Shelter
- Hope In Your Home (Triple P and PAT)
- Safe Place
Proceeds from the Magnolia Designer Show House will benefit and help fund the many deserving programs of Advocates for Children.
Three special symposiums will be held on various design aspects with special guest speakers and panel discussions. Each symposium will be held at the Bergman Theater of the Booth Museum in Cartersvile, Georgia. . Tickets are $40 each.
Kitchen and Bath Symposium
October 29, 2016
10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Guest speaker: Matthew Quinn
We are so thrilled to be on the panel with Matthew Quinn. He is basically the “King” of Kitchen Design. He was honored by House Beautiful for the Kitchen of the Year 2016, so there are going to be lots of great tips and discussions on Kitchens and Baths.
Panel discussion moderator: Diane Coker
Panel members: Eric & Jenny Rothman, Matthew Quinn, Jane Holman, Victoria Holmes, Lana Salter, Joann Kandrac, Kelly Kole
Click here to purchase tickets. We would love to hang out with you after this symposium!!
Interior Design Symposium
November 5, 2016
10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Guest speaker: Beverly Baribault Design Group
Panel discussion moderator: Lisa Mowry
Panel members: Beverly Baribault, Bill Peace, Michel Boyd, Yvonne McFadden, Rick Anthony Bonner, Jennifer Healey, Steve McKenzie, Julie Montgomery
Click here to purchase tickets.
Architectural, Exterior, and Landscape Design Symposium
November 12, 2016
10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Guest speaker: Bill Harrison
Panel discussion moderator: Betsy Riley
Panel members: Bulent Baydar, Corey Cope, Steve McKenzie, Eric Rothman
So, where is Cartersville and what is there to do there besides tour this home?
Cartersville is a dynamic city located just north of Atlanta. Established in 1850, the city has a significant amount of history. Read more about Cartersville!
An interesting fact is that Cartersville is where the World’s first Coca Cola sign was painted on a wall. It was painted by a syrup salesman in 1894 on the side of the Young Brothers Pharmacy, the sign was restored and authenticated in 1994. Young Brothers Pharmacy carried a variety of Coke memorabilia and collectibles and is located in the heart of downtown Cartersville.
When you visit the show house please notice the original art in the gentleman’s bath that we designed. It is that of the painted Coca Cola sign at Young Brothers Pharmacy in Downtown Cartersville painted by Dirk Walker through dk Gallery.
While you are in Cartersville, here are some great places to eat and shop:
The City Cellar – unique southern cuisine with a cultural twist.
LuLu Boutique – Women’s clothing
Cohutta Fishing Company – A premier full service North Georgia fly shop. They are dedicated to customer service and providing knowledgeable information to enhance your fly fishing experiences and adventures!
Blue Sky Outfitter -Top brand clothing for camping, cycling, fitness hiking and more.
Spool of Dreams – Women’s boutique.
Maine Street Coastal Cuisine – pride themselves on sourcing seafood from sustainable fisheries. When possible, local and organic produce is used. A restaurant free of artificial flavors and ingredients.
Table 20 – a varied menu with some excellent deserts.
Appalachian Grill – Upmarket Southern-style American free served in a relaxed setting with rustic accents.
We’re looking forward to you coming to hang out with us in Cartersvile!!
Mark your calendars and get your tickets for the Symposium on October 29th!