The Pinnacle Financial Partners 2022 Parade of Homes provided visitors with scads of information about renovations and redecorating — perfect for everyone, even if they aren’t seeking a mansion in RoseBrooke’s tree-lined utopia. The event allowed everyone to discover new trends in decorating, construction, appliances, home products and services.
Each RoseBrooke home celebrated the barefoot luxury of enjoying one’s hospitable abode. The houses, decorated to reflect the latest trends, embodied the best in architectural design, finishes, technology and artistry.
Sipple Homes’ five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home features a custom-built curved staircase, a formal dining room with a walk-in wine room, a private study with detailed millwork and the main bedroom suite with a sitting room and separate wardrobe closets.
“It is a classic, timeless design,” Brian Sipple says of his company’s French-European home. “Guests had a real appreciation for the timeless architecture of the home.”
Sipple says the home includes many design ideas homeowners can replicate — precisely, Sipple says, his team’s house features a desirable color palette.
“Guests will likely implement many of the color schemes we had in the home,” he says. “We used warm white colors with warm, soft blues that make our spaces feel elegant and comfortable.”
Interior designers for the event included Julie McCoy for Stonegate House, Autumnflora Miklich of Bella Vita Interiors for Ford Classic Homes, Lisa Biggers of J.J. Ashley’s for Schumacher Homes, Stephanie Handley of Studio 36 Design for Legend Homes, and Julie Brown of Providence Interiors and Alissa Sipple for Sipple Homes.
Chesney Ford, sales manager for Ford Classic Homes, says, “We saw a real appreciation and excitement from this year’s attendees for interior design, space planning and craftsmanship.”