Logs and Lucite

Did you ever think you would hear those two words in the same sentence? The combination was truly a thing of beauty when designed by the always amazing Charles Faudree for the Cashiers North Carolina Designer Showhouse. The rustic log room with stone floors was decorated as a French inspired office. Mr. Faudree used a Lucite desk to visually lighten the room and let the Art and log walls be the ‘stars’ of this awesome room. I love that he included a small sitting area in this space–just the perfect place for coffee in the morning or a glass of wine after the day’s work is done.

These panels are the stars of this room. I would love to work here.

Small French chest used in this akward corner–so unexpected!

Small French chest used in this awkward corner–so unexpected!

The sitting area is full of light and possibilities–cocktails anyone?

Checked draperies, a linen loveseat ,a Staffordshire lamp and stone floors–perfection!

I love this antique French urn used on the Entry table–ys please.

I love this antique French urn used on the Entry table–yes please!

Mix a piece of contemporary furniture with antiques for a totally unique look! I went home and rearranged my furniture after visiting this house. Will you?

xoxo, Lissy

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3 Responses to Logs and Lucite

  1. BP says:

    Love the logs! You are the best!

  2. holly says:

    love this post. love the antique french urn!!! xo

  3. Beth Blumer says:

    Your pictures are the highlight of my week! Thank you Lissy!
    Love you, Beth

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