Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s Decorators’ Show House & Garden – open through tomorrow!

I had the opportunity to volunteer at this year’s Decorators’ Show House & Garden, located in an historical home in Buckhead, Knollwood. It was a real treat to be stationed in John Oetgen’s Solarium as guests passed through.  This is a great way to support the arts, get ideas for your own home, be exposed to some of Atlanta’s most fabulous interior designers, and take a peak at incredible architecture.  (Also not a bad idea for a last minute Mother’s Day gift!)

The Show House is open through Sunday, May 13, and tickets are $25 at the door. Click here to learn more about the Show House.

Knollwood is the location for the 2012 Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's Decorators' Show House & Gardens.  The show continues through tomorrow, May 13, and tickets are $25 at the door.

Knollwood is the location for the 2012 Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s Decorators’ Show House & Gardens. The show continues through tomorrow, May 13, and tickets are $25 at the door.

The Family Dining Room was designed by the talented mother & daughter duo, Alison Womack Jowers and Cheryl Womack of Womack Interiors. By the way, the amazing dining table is a Maison Jansen "Palais Royale" table from Parc Monceau. Photos from a great Atlanta design blogger, The Peak of Chic.

The Family Dining Room was designed by the talented mother & daughter duo, Alison Womack Jowers and Cheryl Womack of Womack Interiors. By the way, the amazing dining table is a Maison Jansen “Palais Royale” table from Parc Monceau. Photos from a great Atlanta design blogger, The Peak of Chic.

John stands near a stand with sheet music. Butterflies (not real) are used in place of chess pieces on this antique Chinoiserie games table from Parc Monceau.

John Oetgen of Oetgen Design decorated The Solarium. Many of the designers included something musical in their rooms in honor of the Atlanta Symphony Associates. Photos from The Peak of Chic.

Butterflies (not real) are used in place of chess pieces on this antique Chinoiserie games table from Parc Monceau. Photos from The Peak of Chic.

Butterflies (not real) are used in place of chess pieces on this antique Chinoiserie games table from Parc Monceau. Photos from The Peak of Chic.

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