The showhouse in Nashua opened earlier this month and it has been a huge success! The organizers have done a wonderful job at keeping all of us designers informed, securing press coverage, and managing all of the millions of details that are involved in choreographing such a huge endeavor!
The house looks amazing, with each room displaying a different vision and taste of the designer/s that were assigned to it. Each is beautiful in its own way. My sunroom seemed to be well-received at the open house that kicked off the month-long exhibit. I spoke with several visitors, answering questions and hearing their comments. It was nice to have that little boost of confidence, never knowing how a space will be viewed by guests.
As we wind down and get ready to empty the rooms, I will be bringing home less than I went with. Yay! I've had some purchases from the room. In this last week of the show, I'm hoping to sell more of the larger pieces, but we'll see. The pieces will remain for sale and up for grabs after the show has ended.
If you haven't already seen it, it's worth taking a ride to 90 Concord Street in Nashua to tour the showhouse. It was a gorgeous house to begin, but with all the work that went into it this summer, it looks spectacular!
Get your tickets here, or you can buy them at the door. Enjoy!