Charlotte HomeArama 2015

The Charlotte HomeArama was a hit! Million dollar homes were on display for all of Charlotte to see. Lincoln had brand new cars for the public to test drive to add to the luxurious feel and the Cheval neighborhood was buzzing with interested buyers. Everyone fell in love with the designer's touches in each home. Here are a few pictures of the day!

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 Marble counters and simple light fixtures were used in this space. Hardwoods were kept as raw as possible for a natural look.

Marble counters and simple light fixtures were used in this space. Hardwoods were kept as raw as possible for a natural look.


 Light abounded in this hallway overlooking a private patio. Soft colors were used including a taupe wall and light blue doors that complimented the raw hardwoods.

Light abounded in this hallway overlooking a private patio. Soft colors were used including a taupe wall and light blue doors that complimented the raw hardwoods.

 Soft, neutral colors were used throughout. Some popular colors were Benjamin Moore Titanium OC49, Benjamin Moore Moonshine OC56, and Sherwin Williams Agreeable Grey

Soft, neutral colors were used throughout. Some popular colors were Benjamin Moore Titanium OC49, Benjamin Moore Moonshine OC56, and Sherwin Williams Agreeable Grey

 Dutch doors were used occasionally to bring functionality to laundry rooms. Here, most colors are kept neutral except for a pop of sage on the door.

Dutch doors were used occasionally to bring functionality to laundry rooms. Here, most colors are kept neutral except for a pop of sage on the door.

 Placing the desk in the middle on the room provided for a surprisingly well-laid out space. Pops of pink and dark teal made for a exciting work space.

Placing the desk in the middle on the room provided for a surprisingly well-laid out space. Pops of pink and dark teal made for a exciting work space.

 Crisp whites flowed through every home, as did the natural hardwoods. Designers added touches of color with fun tile in this master bathroom shower.

Crisp whites flowed through every home, as did the natural hardwoods. Designers added touches of color with fun tile in this master bathroom shower.

 A deep red tile was the only pop of color in this otherwise white bathroom.

A deep red tile was the only pop of color in this otherwise white bathroom.

 Bead board and plenty of natural light made this stand alone tub exceptional. An adorable paisley seat was paired next to the tub for a colorful touch.

Bead board and plenty of natural light made this stand alone tub exceptional. An adorable paisley seat was paired next to the tub for a colorful touch.

 You could hear people oohing and ahhing over this closet from rooms away. Each pull revealed hidden closet space, and the mirrors accentuated the size and elegance of the room.

You could hear people oohing and ahhing over this closet from rooms away. Each pull revealed hidden closet space, and the mirrors accentuated the size and elegance of the room.

 Each house had a touch of exposed brick. This bathroom paired herringbone tile floors with a stained brick for an elegant and inviting retreat.

Each house had a touch of exposed brick. This bathroom paired herringbone tile floors with a stained brick for an elegant and inviting retreat.

 One master bedroom boasted this bathroom with dual entry to the shower, 4 shower heads, and an eyecatching tub.

One master bedroom boasted this bathroom with dual entry to the shower, 4 shower heads, and an eyecatching tub.

 Grasscloth made for an interesting coffered ceiling. In an otherwise neutral rom, this soft purple ceiling stood out.

Grasscloth made for an interesting coffered ceiling. In an otherwise neutral rom, this soft purple ceiling stood out.

 Soft purple grasscloth flowed into this dining room and was paired with elegant light fixtures and comfortable seating.

Soft purple grasscloth flowed into this dining room and was paired with elegant light fixtures and comfortable seating.

 This grand breakfast room had an inviting 6 person table and magnificent views with windows on all three walls. Tall table accessories brought the eye up to a beautiful chandelier.

This grand breakfast room had an inviting 6 person table and magnificent views with windows on all three walls. Tall table accessories brought the eye up to a beautiful chandelier.

 The screened porch boasted a wood burning fireplace and 4 walls of extra large screens. This designer's choice made for uninterrupted views and perfect afternoon breezes.

The screened porch boasted a wood burning fireplace and 4 walls of extra large screens. This designer's choice made for uninterrupted views and perfect afternoon breezes.

Buying or selling a home? If you are in the greater Charlotte, NC area, I would love to help! If not, let me find you a great Realtor in your area.