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3 Reasons to Drive to Serenbe in September for Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles’ 3rd Annual Serenbe Designer Showhouse

August 30, 2016103 Views
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The 2016 Serenbe Designer Showhouse, held this year at Serenbe’s Textile Lofts penthouse, features the exceptional work of regional design talents. In addition to design inspiration galore, here are 3 reasons to pay this year’s showhouse a visit.

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New this Year: Let Someone else do the driving!
Grab your friends–10 or more, to be exact–and receive a 25 percent discount on showhouse tickets (a complimentary guided Serenbe community tour is included, based on availability.) Groups receive discounted car service for private, round-trip transportation. To book or for more information, please contact [email protected]. Or, hop aboard ADAC’s Bus Tour for an excursion that includes round-trip transportation, lunch, and a private, behind-the-scenes tour with Textile Lofts architect Ryan Duffey. serenbeshowhouse.com/ticketsadacatlanta.com/events 

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Serenbe Sneak Peek from Kolo Collection, Steve McKenzie’s, Cloth & Kind and Bjork Studio.

Trend-setting Textiles & Interiors
From interior design firm Cloth & Kind‘s custom wallpaper collaboration with California-based Paper Mills (check out #clothandkindpluspapermills) to Chateau Domingue’s limestone paint in Robuck‘s master bedroom to Sunbrella‘s freshest outdoor fabrics found on the porch by Bjork Studio and Kolo Collection, this is one showhouse where fresh product launches around every corner are guaranteed to inspire in a building inspired by a turn-of-the-19th-century textile mill. adacatlanta.com/events


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Support the Art Farm at Serenbe
All net proceeds from the 2016 Serenbe Designer Showhouse will support building the next Art Farm artist cottage and studio, the first of which opened in January in collaboration with Rural Studio of Auburn University with interiors by Steve McKenzie and Kerry Howard. The Art Farm serves as a central place for artists, the arts and culture, hosting events such as music performances, pop-up screenings, Serenbe Playhouse programming, workshops, demos, yoga and more. artfarmatserenbe.com

Purchase tickets at serenbeshowhouse.com/tickets. Find the full Serenbe Showhouse program in the September issue of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. 

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Claire Ruhlin

Claire Ruhlin

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