Inside The Serenbe Showhouse

Serenbe: A progressive community connected to nature. Where life moves a little slower. The epitome of charm. Not to mention - the setting of the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles 4th Annual Serenbe Designer Showhouse. If you can't make it down to the beautiful Chattahoochee Hills, take a look at this year's designers' work here.


The Manor at Mado features two European-style townhomes in a country setting. Designed by Edwin Rhinehart and Robert Pulliam of Rhinehart Pulliam & Company and built by Bobby Webb of BCC Builders, this extraordinary new construction features grand kitchens with high-end appliances, private outdoor space from the masters, and no shortage of gorgeous finishes throughout.


2017 Designers:

Anna Wooten Loggins, A. Wooten Interiors |
Chris Holt, Holt Interiors |
Elizabeth Ferguson, Elizabeth Ferguson Design |
David Frazier, David Frazier |
Jena Salmon, Jena Salmon Designs |
Jennifer Healey, J. Healey Interiors |
Don Easterling & Nina Nash, Matthew Furniture + Design |
Julie Montgomery & Michelle Gratch, Montgomery Gratch Interiors |
Patrick & Meghan Sharp, Mister + Mrs. Sharp, LLC |
Jenn Balcos, SWOOX |
Teri Duffy, T. Duffy & Associates |
Three Coins Cast |


The 2017 Serenbe Designer Showhouse is open until Sunday October 8th. Tickets are $20 and all net proceeds support the Art Farm, a vibrant artist complex that provides a place for engagement and inspiration. The funds will help build the next Art Farm artist cottage and studio to house visiting and permanent artists aligned with the Serenbe Institutue. 


Make plans to see the Serenbe Showhouse this Thursday through Sunday from 10 AM to 5 PM before it ends!