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Lumière at the Decorators’ Show House

Lumière at the Decorators’ Show House

Show House Details:
April 17 – May 9, 2010
3639 Tuxedo Road
Atlanta, GA 30305

Complete information at:
Decorators’ Show House Web Site

Lumière is proud to participate in this, the 40th year of the Atlanta Symphony Associates Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. Working with Peace Design and Summerour Interiors, we are pleased to provide exceptional photography to enhance their extraordinary interior design.

Yvonne McFadden of Summerour interiors utilized two of Bob Kolbrener’s commanding landscapes in the “Young Gentleman’s Bedroom”.

Bill Peace and Hillary Linthicum of Peace Designs are working with the environmental portraiture of Arnold Newman and classic images from Alexander Rodchenko in the “Library”.

We encourage you to visit the Decorators’ Show House & Gardens before it closes on May 9, 2010. This year’s house showcases 28 of the finest interior and landscape designers in the Southeast at “Giverny” in a magnificent estate home with over four acres of spectacular gardens. It is one of the longest running show houses in the country. All proceeds benefit the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s Learning Community.

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