Gibson Design Group was once again choosen as one of the lucky designers to participate in designing a room in the 2012 Charlottesville Design House. The Charlottesville Design house is an annual fundraiser benefiting the Shelter for Help in Emergency (SHE) which provides advice and a safe haven for victims of domestic violence.
The 2012 design house is a transitional style house. Some unique architectural features of the house include large windows, 2-story quartz fireplace, and a 2 bedroom/2 bathroom cottage! The Ivy Farm house belongs to Sanjiv and Cindy Kaul who generously donated their home to be decorated for the fundraiser.
Each designer takes on a room of the house and adds their own personal touch to the space. Andrea Gibson of Gibson Design Group had the opportunity to design the screened porch! Let’s take a look at the outdoor design…
Geometric print pillows and a cool sea shell accessory characterize the interesting sunroom, how fun?!
The pop of color from the bright red side table provides a focal point of the enclosed porch. What interesting straw chairs! The picture below shows that straw furniture doesn’t have to match, use a unifying pillow print to make the differing styles a set!
What an elegant outdoor space?! The sunroom certainly has a lot to work with with the gorgeous windows practically surrounding the space. Some flowery, printed drapes accent the large windows and frame the nature views!
A fish painting takes up the small wall space there is by the screen door, McCord approves!
Order your tickets online today for the 2012 Charlottesville Design House tour. One time tickets are only $20 and $15 for a group of 5 or more! An awesome interior design showhouse, supporting a great cause! What more could you ask for?!