The 2014 O’More Alumni Show House
More than 7,500 people walked through the 2nd Annual O’More Alumni Show House–an event presented by O’More College of Design and Traditional Home magazine–during its three week run, April 4027, 2014. Two dozen leading interior designers—all award-winning O’More alumni, spanning four decades—were selected to participate.
The ca. 1904 Dozier Home was rescued from decades of commercial use by builder Thrive Homes, who returned the stunning Queen Anne Victorian to a 6,000 square-foot anchor residence in the National Register-listed Hincheyville historic neighborhood of downtown Franklin. Just a few blocks from the celebrated Main Street retail district, the Dozier Home will be a landmark for another century to come.
As a four-year, not-for-profit institution offering bachelor of fine arts degrees in interior, fashion and graphic design, O’More College of Design is dedicated to educating both its students and the community on the importance of quality design to the human existence. The 2014 Alumni Show House highlights not only the talent that O’More’s interior design school continually produces, but also the latest from top manufacturers in the context of a modern historic restoration.
Proceeds benefited the interior design program at O’More.
Stay tuned for details about the 2015 O’More Alumni Show House, coming next spring!
To view profiles of the participating designers of the 2014 show house and their spaces, click here.
For a look back on the 2013 Designer Show House, click here.