Can you imagine sitting on your porch with your morning cup of coffee or tea and enjoying this view? The setting of the Cashiers Historical Society Showhouse 2014 is just spectacular!
The porches and outside living areas were my favorite parts of the house. I loved the delicate window box plantings on the front porch.
The front porch faces the wooded front yard and a perennial bed with a rock sculpture wearing a hat.
A side entry on the porch led to a flower arranging space/mudroom. Love the moss covered planter with ferns placed on an antique bench.
Brown and chartreuse fabrics and lots of ferns looked great.
The long bench on the right is a South Carolina joggling board. I was surprised to see it used here as they are more common in the coastal Low Country of South Carolina.
The backyard views are just gorgeous and stunning!
The first floor master bedroom has a beautiful view and private porch with a rustic twig fence that is so commonly used here. Sorry the light was not better.
The main porch was decorated to be pretty and feminine. Designer Lynn Monday used blue & white chinoiserie as her inspiration. She has recently authored a beautiful book on southern mountain style, you can purchase it here.
The faux bois tableware looks perfect in the mountains. I think it is by Ross Sveback, I have seen it in local stores.
And finally on the way out, the pond with wooden canoe and great stone dining table. These two photos also by Lissy Parker.
To get tickets, visit the Cashiers Historical Society site here.
Thanks for visiting!