A Sneek Peek to Columbus Decorators’ Show House

On Friday
morning I got a preview of this year’s Columbus Decorator’s Show House
where as I posted here, 11 designers had the challenge and privilege of
creating 11 spaces inside Columbus Museum of Art.  Each
space was unique with each Interior designer’s own interpretation of
their spaces.  If you live in the Columbus area you should really go and
see these spaces in person because photos don’t do them justice.

columbus decorators show house david berg
The Portal by David M. Berg.
According to David, the space is like an Art installation in its self,
and an anticipation of things to come.  The spaces were on the small
side and photographing them wasn’t too easy, especially
to capture the best of these rooms.  The photos of this entryway don’t
do it justice: the space is very inviting with reclaimed herringbone
floors and the way David organized the books in an ombre effect was very
clever and artistic.
columbus decorators show house david berg
columbus decorators show house Sally McDnonald
The Bar above and below, was designed by Sally McDonald and her team of designers.  They used a wallpaper that resembles a mural to relate to the art of the Museum.
columbus decorators show house Sally McDnonald
columbus decorators show house Angela Bonfante

The Kitchen was designed by Angela Bonfante.
Angela inspired on Art.  She used hand painted tiles over the range and
the gold touches throughout gave the space a dramatic flair while still
being inviting.

columbus decorators show house CRI Interiors

There were three bedrooms among the spaces.   This bedroom designed by
CRI Interiors
is called Scandinavian Inspired Bedroom.  John Wilson
describes it as Boho Glam room, a style infusing natural materials with a
chic modern edge.

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