A Look Inside the Julian Price Showhouse

A tudor revival mansion in Greensboro, North Carolina, provided the setting for Southern Home’s first showhouse. Designers from all over the south employed their talents to transform the neglected relic into a dazzling home for a modern family.

Veranda in Julian Price Showhouse
Photography by Marcy Black Simpson

“When we first visited Hillside, we knew that if we lived there, the veranda would be our favorite place to spend time,” says Amanda Kinney of The Antique & Design Center of High Point, who appointed a team to design the space. “We loved how it connects the beautiful front yard to the inside of the house, so we wanted to make sure the interior and the exterior of the house mingled with each other in harmony.” The team sought to create a space for family to spend time together, play games, and entertain friends. Additionally, the room demonstrates the appeal of mixing antique and modern pieces by using a combination of vintage and antique furnishings. “We chose midcentury modern chaise longues, newly upholstered in a classic chevron woven fabric, as well as a midcentury table and chairs painted in a soothing green color,” says Kenny. “We had fun envisioning this family enjoying their days on the beautiful veranda surrounded by nature.”


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