HBAMT Parade of Homes Slated Oct 8-23, 2016
Scheduled October 8-23 at the Hideaway at Arrington community in Arrington is the 2016 James Hardie Building Products Parade of Homes™. Seven homes range in style from an organic transitional house from Arthur Rutenburg Homes to a mature, elegant cottage from Britt Development.
Offering the latest in new decorating trends and home products, the homes offer inspiration their laundry rooms to their master bathrooms. You’ll find brick ceilings, brick feature walls, brick floors, and plenty of vintage hardwood accents.
Builders for the parade are Arthur Rutenberg Homes, Britt Development Group, Heritage Homes, Legend Homes, Tennessee Valley Homes, Wiesner Custom Homes, and Woodridge Homes.
“We’re very excited to host a Parade of Homes™ and can’t wait for people to attend the event and see our community first hand,” says Johan Kok, developer and general manager at the Hideaway at Arrington.
The 4,515 square foot home from Arthur Rutenberg Homes with builder Steve Ernst offers an organic design concept making the home sophisticated and comfortable. A mix of materials including wood, stone, concrete, and metal elements are used to create the home that features a master suite on the main floor and three bedrooms upstairs. The foyer is vaulted and open to the second floor and a large 10 foot wall of glass sliders open the home to the backyard view. Kim LaQuire is the home’s designer.
Brian Layton of Britt Development has created a 4,491 square foot elegant cottage featuring an exterior that mixes stone and board and batten with stained timber in a light colored tone. The dramatic vaulted ceilings in the foyer extend into the great room, the kitchen, and out onto the covered porch. A welcoming kitchen features a custom cedar hood with a stylish chevron pattern and white shiplap cabinets. Both the master bedroom and bath feature a barrel ceiling.
Heritage Homes, under the leadership of Randall Smith and Corey Craig, has created a Tuscan villa-inspired house with exquisite exterior details including a corbeling brick cornice you won’t see anywhere else. The main floor features 11 foot ceilings with a spacious great room includes a vaulted ceiling that boasts a stained wood truss design. A handsome, limestone chimney rises to the ceiling, tapering inwards as it makes its ascent. Exposed decking from the floor above cover the spacious kitchen. Upstairs, the bonus/entertainment room includes four televisions plus an oversized screen for viewing area. Dana Dashiell Interiors is the designer.
Jason Bradshaw and Bob Deal of Jason and Bob Design have worked with Legend Homes’ Doug Herman to create a French-inspired home. White oak floors extend throughout the first floor where a spacious great room features a soaring 22-foot high vaulted ceiling and a charming Juliet balcony. The master bedroom includes some ingenious surprises including a reading nook and a hidden area in the walk-in closet outfitted for gun storage.
Tennessee Valley Homes with builder Chris Franks has built a modern farmhouse offering an alluring mix of rustic charm and contemporary elegance. The dramatic vaulted foyer ceiling extends into the great room, the kitchen, and out onto the covered porch. A welcoming kitchen features a custom cedar hood with a stylish chevron pattern and white, shiplap cabinets. The master bath features marble floors throughout, a free-standing tub, and an 8-inch hexagon tile pattern across the floor. Upstairs gray and white play gracefully together in the baths and bedrooms. McClain Franks is the designer.
Wiesner Homes’ beautiful farmhouse-inspired home boasts classical traditional details and luxurious Southern refinement. Builders Jack and Jock Wiesner have created a theme of “rustic elegance” that permeates the home through the use of a variety of wood, stone, and natural materials. The downstairs boy’s room features a vintage Chevy farm truck frame reimagined into a king sized bed that pairs with a barnwood accent wall. The game room includes a handmade vintage tailgate bench and tractor seats surround a pub-style table fashioned from a reclaimed honky tonk exit door. Tina Daniels is the designer.
Clean lines across a facade of white mortar-rubbed brick helps create Woodridge Homes’ stylish “modern farmhouse.” Four-inch white oak flooring extends through most of the first floor and the kitchen includes stunning tile work. The home features large, pocket accordion doors that open from the great room onto a welcoming outdoor living area and provide a generous view of the picturesque neighborhood and community golf course. Upstairs visitors will find a bonus room featuring a gaming area, wet bar, and step down theater room. Woodridge builders are Ted Pratt and Jordan Vaughn, while Amber Pratt and Kristen Vaughn are the designers.
For information call 615/ 377-1055 or visit www.theparadeofhomes.org.