O’More College of Design Show House is Now Open

Nineteen leading interior designers from three different states have completely restored a historic home on Franklin’s historic Main Street as part of the O’More Show House, which is now open to the public from May 12-May 27th.

This is the third O’More Show house event in recent years, with participating designers having ties to O’More College of Design in downtown Franklin and proceeds benefitting the College’s School of Interior Design. This year’s home, a 5,200 square-foot Ca. 1919 brick and stucco Craftsman-style cottage, is a significant contributing property to the National Register-listed Hincheyville Historic District.  Take a look at a few of our pictures from the preview party at the Show House.  Also,watch our video with Kim Leggett of City Farmhouse who took part in the project. You can see more preview pictures at our sister site Style Home Page.


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