Cashiers Designer Showhouse runs from Aug. 26 thru Sept. 4 and benefits the Cashiers Historical Society
The Cashiers Designer Showhouse has been a popular tradition in Western North Carolina for 25 years.
The first showhouse was the family home of local designer, Lynn Monday. The charming country cottage was nestled on the edge of Cashiers Lake.
The house was built in the 1930s and later purchased in 1960 as a summer retreat by Lynn’s parents. Lynn tells the story that when her parents first met at Cashiers Lake, her mother saw the house and dreamed of living there one day.
This year’s showhouse will continue the tradition of the perfect mountain home … reimagined for today’s family.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Cashiers Designer Showhouse, more than a dozen designers from Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee will transform a new residence designed and built by Dillard Jones and located in Fieldstone, a neighborhood in The Club at High Hampton.
Cashiers Designer Showhouse supports a variety of educational activities hosted by Cashiers Historical Society for local schools.
Lisa Wester, Lisa Wester Interiors, Birmingham AL
Douglas Hilton, DWH Interiors, Atlanta GA
Stephanie Jarvis, Stephanie Jarvis Inc., Jacksonville FL
Nellie Howard Ossi, with Mrs. Howard, Jacksonville FL
Joan Anderson, Joan Anderson Interiors, Cashiers NC
Melanie Couch and Nancy Dyleski, Spruce Interiors, Highlands NC
Francie Hargrove, Francie Hargrove Interiors, Cashiers NC
Holly Laughridge, Old Edwards Inn, Highlands, NC
Lynn Monday, Lynn Monday Home, Cashiers NC
Linda Pryor, Atelier Maison, Asheville NC, Cashiers, NC
Susan Vernon, Tribus Interior Design, Cashiers, NC
Louise Johnson, Louise Johnson Interiors, Spartanburg SC
Susan Wojnar, Blackberry Farm Design, TN
Pictured at the top of the article is an artist’s rendering of this year’s Cashiers Designer Showhouse.
Article and image courtesy of Cashiers Designer Showhouse