JLHP Showhouse - "The She Shed"
What We Did: Furnishings, Paint, Lighting, Artwork, Décor
We jump at the chance to give back in meaningful ways, as was the case for this showhouse for the Junior League of High Point, which benefited causes in the High Point, NC community. We redesigned the backyard shed at the home, a Craftsman style house originally built in 1913, as a dreamy “she shed” retreat and a fun girls’ night in gathering space.
The Color Palettes
Vibrant blues, pinks, greens, and reds with opulent gold and brass accents
This Project’s “Don’t Miss” Details
The focal point-a large, graffiti-inspired commissioned piece by Angela Marie Art-clearly reveals the space’s intention (no quiet gardening or crafting activities for this she shed!)
The pair of bright pink neon signs flanking the window
The framed vintage cocktail-themed wallpaper above and below with equally-intriguing moss art piece
The fanciful, swirly twirly carved wood peacock perched beside the comfy wing chair upholstered in queenly gold fabric and the bobbing white origami bird lamp just behind the chair
The twinkle lights and faux greenery panels covering the ceiling
The framed world map boasting upcoming dream destinations
The framed snapshots of teen idols and favorite pop culture figures from back in the day covering the walls
The custom walnut etagere by Kamiya Furniture
The colorful feather boa and hashtag signs at the ready for impromptu selfies (so much for “what happens in the she shed stays in the she shed!”)