Thursday, October 17, 2013
Seven homes will be included on the Dec. 6-7 Christmas Tour of homes. The home of Fred Ilardi and Sara Twiggs-Ilardi and the home of Jeremy and Candace Johnson will be featured in the River Club. In Hammond’s Ferry is the home of Donald and Patricia Maxwell. In Olde Towne, two homes will be showcased – the home of Janet Ford and Sue Moore and the home of Larry and Janet Watts.
Melinda Brown’s home in Green Forrest at Knollwood and June Kehr’s home in Woodstone will also be featured. In addition to touring the homes, attendees can enjoy refreshments at the Arts and Heritage Center.
A brunch and fashion show will be held in the Fellowship Hall of First Baptist of North Augusta at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7. Fashions will be provided by Chico’s of Augusta Mall and Posh Tots of Surrey Center.
Each week, The Star is featuring a home included in the tour.
Melinda Brown, Knollwood, Clint Court
The home of the Brown Family is a quaint brick house built by Phoenix McKie and located in Green Forest at Knollwood Subdivision. The home has undergone a total transformation from its original purchase five years ago to the special home that Brown envisioned for her family.
This four-bedroom home is trendy, eclectic and decorated with a young heart and attitude in mind. The children’s bedrooms were designed to portray the personalities of the daughter and two sons. On a hall wall, Brown delights in displaying objects of achievement of all three children of whom she is very proud.
Throughout the house, the furniture and furnishings have been purchased on unique finds. Most of the shabby chic and farmhouse furniture in the home has been refurbished by Brown.
Also, the home features many wall murals painted by Brown. The interior decorating, the sewing, and Christmas decorations are designs of the homeowner’s creative and artistic talents.
The Brown family wishes your family a very Merry Christmas.
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