Photos: O’More College of Design 2017 Show House

O'More College of Design Show House 2017 Voce

We stopped by just before the O’More College of Design Show opened to the public for a first look.

The Show House, which provides inspiration and insight to design enthusiasts throughout the Southeast, will be held October 19 through November 12 at Você, a new neighborhood on Granny White Pike in Brentwood. In contrast to the trend in recent years to paint houses all-white, the Show House will be completely black – setting a striking and slightly rebellious air.

See our interview with the lead designer for the project -Kimberly Kelly.

We are live in Brentwood at the O More Design House

Posted by Williamson Source on Wednesday, October 18, 2017

The team of designers is comprised of regional and nationally-acclaimed interior designers, many whom are alumni of O’More who will collectively bring a mix of new and traditional inspiration to the Show House.

Each designer was responsible for envisioning and executing the design for one of the 17 rooms in the 4,015-square foot house – from a porch to pantry to powder room. Among the house’s must-see features will be the treetop master bedroom, which is on the second floor and accessible by an elevator, creating more space downstairs for everyday living. Other enviable additions, including a scullery, coffee station, and library, point to the extensive detail incorporated in every inch of the house.

Here are a few photos from the home.

Você, the location of the 2017 O’More Designer Show House, is built on the property of the late country music star, Eddy Arnold, who insisted that anything constructed on his land be sustainable. The new neighborhood practices “dark sky” lighting, recycles construction waste, and uses native materials.

The full slate of designers includes:

Susan Besser, Franklin Preservation Association and Corey Morris, C. Morris Studio (“Do All” Room)
Bob Brown, Robert Brown Interior Design (Screened Porch)
Lila Frank, Lila Pryor Frank Interiors (Master Bedroom and Vestibule)
Evan Gibbs, Pfeffer Torrode Architecture (Stair Landing and Upstairs Foyer)
Joanne Haynes and Gretchen Pennell, J. Haynes Interiors (Second Floor Guest Bedroom)
Minnette Jackson, Minnette Jackson Interiors (Friends Entry and Gallery)
Kimberly Kelly, K7 Interior Design (Library)
Kate Ladd, Vernacular (Foyer)
Susan Lamb, Parkes and Lamb Interiors (First Floor Powder Room)
Chelsea Skye Mills, Sanctuary South (First Floor Guest Bedroom)
Amy Morris, Amy Morris Interiors (Family Room)
O’More Fashion students (His/Her Closets)
Kathy Sandler, Sandler Design Group (Upstairs Laundry Room, Coffee Station, Master Bath and Hall)
Jonathan Savage, Savage Interior Designs (Dining Room)
Elaina Siren and Jamaica Zralek, Red Leaf Interiors (Courtyard/Front Porch)
Randi Stovesand, Tanley Blake Interiors (Kitchen and Scullery)

The O’More Show House is open to the public from October 19 – November 12, 2017. Show hours are 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, and on Sunday from Noon to 4 p.m. The Show House will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays for private groups. Tickets are $20. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit