Sunday, April 29, 2012

Road trip to Rehoboth? Another Show House!

Up for a road trip? John Raines of Boxwood Home in Rehoboth contacted me to let me know that ten interior and landscape designers have transformed a 3200 sq. foot 1920's cottage home inside and out to benefit the Village Improvement Association. Love John's mix of scale with the pieces in this bedroom and the contrast of light and dark - gorgeous!

The show house is open for tours one more weekend, May 4 - 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 10 Fourth Street, Rehoboth Beach, DE. Tickets are $25 at the door. For more information call 302-227-2598 or 302-227-1466.

While you're visiting the showhouse be sure to head over to Boxwood Home at 39 Baltimore Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 for a visit.


Karena said...

Michele you had me at the first image, I would love to be there!

The 2012 Artist Series featuring Designer and Paper Artist Anita Rivera...(of Castles Crowns and Cottages)is on my site, please stop by! Her work is amazing!

Art by Karena

classic • casual • home said...

Wish I lived closer!

Wendy C said...

Oh wonderful. Love the chinois influence. would you have any idea what the throw is/ or better, how it could be sourced. Thanks\Wendy

Bethany @ Powell Brower Home said...

OOOH I love Boxwood Home in Rehoboth! I got my desk chair there and they were SO sweet to me, because it was the last of a set and they basically let me have it for PENNIES (oly studio, too, can you believe)???

I would LOVE to go - keep us updated on when/if you go please!!


5th and State said...

that entrance is breathtaking!!!!

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

You don't miss a beat, do you? Thank you for sharing. Wish I could visit.
Happy Monday.

Ashley said...

Looks fantastic. I only wish I lived closer to check the show house out in person!

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To Wendy C..... The Duvet is from Legacy Linens and available from Boxwood Home...John

Francine Gardner said...

I loved Rehoboth and went there often my my young children, while living in DC.

richardwilkins said...

Is that an antler horn?'s so huge.

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