2010 Southern Living Showcase Home

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green can be


A look inside the 2010 Southern Living Showcase Home

green can be photographed by Fred Rollison


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Upstate Home a Perfect Blend of Luxury and Environmental Design


ne of the things Dillard-Jones Builders proves with its 2010 Southern Living Showcase Home is that “green” can be gorgeous. A custom floor plan by Johnston Design Group, this year’s Showcase Home is a LEED (Leadership in Energy Efficient Design) for Homes project — designed and built for ‘green’ certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. It also will be incorporated into the Southern Living collection of national house plans as the Custom Builder Program’s first collaborative design/build project. 2 | 2010 Southern Living Showcase Home

The 4,000-square-foot home in Claremont is an open floor plan with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. Special features include a chef’s kitchen, media room, study, laundry room with hobby space, and outdoor living space that includes a screened porch, outdoor fireplace and outdoor cooking area. The connection between the home’s indoor and outdoor spaces, along with the intent to bring the outdoors inside, plays an important role in creating a home that promotes a healthy living environment. Old World influences and high craftsmanship come together in the 2010 Southern Living Showcase Home to create a sense of timeless quality, stability, and tranquility. Behind the scenes, energy and water efficient technologies combine with low maintenance materials to create a home that is economical to maintain for years to come. All of these elements work together to qualify for LEED for Homes certification, a third-party verification based on gaining points for everything from site preparation to the use of low emissions flooring and paint. Dodd Wood of Anderson, SCbased Wood Insulating served as the LEED for Homes verifier for the 2010 Southern Living Showcase Home.

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Free admission. Accepting new, unwrapped toys to benefit Toys For Tots in the Upstate.

A gracious composite deck and outdoor kitchen adjacent to the screened porch is an extension of the home’s interior living space.



The deck features an Alfresco Home Lista dining set from Jeff Lynch.

Directions: I-385 to Roper Mtn. Rd. exit Go North on Roper Mtn. Rd. Cross Garlington Road and drive .7 miles. Claremont community is on right. Take second left onto Rolleston Drive and follow signs.

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Builderof the year

Dillard-Jones Takes Top Honors

2010 Southern Living Showcase Home is the third T he Southern Living Custom Builder Program home built in


Susan Vernon, Silas Dotson and Tom Dillard of DillardJones Builders

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the Greenville area by Dillard-Jones Builders LLC. Founded in 2004, Dillard-Jones in 2006 was selected by Southern Living magazine to be its exclusive representative in the Greenville, SC, market. In 2009, the company was named the Southern Living Custom Builder of the Year, becoming the first South Carolina homebuilder to win the acclaimed national award. An owner-operated company with dedicated vendor and supplier support, Dillard-Jones serves Upstate South Carolina and Western North Carolina, and is a member of The Cliffs Communities Signature Services Program. The company specializes in custom residential construction ranging from the $500,000s to more than $2 million. A sister company, Dillard-Jones Renovations, was established in 2009 to offer turnkey design/build services for residential renovations. A Certified Green Professional, Dillard-Jones Builders is proud to offer design and construction services that promote healthy living, protect the environment, and lower energy costs. The 2010 Southern Living Showcase Home in Claremont is a LEED For Homes project, a third-party verification program of the U.S. Green Building Council that promotes the design and construction of high-performance green homes.

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TOP: The Galleries of Brian Brigham describes its dining room design as “classic yet transitional.” Drapes by Exciting Windows! by Home Interior Solutions. LEFT: Kitchen features include natural stone countertops, a walnut bar and Viking appliances from Jeff Lynch. ABOVE: The accent wall in the lower-level hallway is made from thin-cut natural stone from Three River Stone.

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A Fusion of Creativity and Style 2010 Southern Living Showcase Home features the T he creativity of some of the area’s most talented interior

designers. Working from a developed color palette, designers from Bogari, The Galleries of Brian Brigham, Jeff Lynch and SH Designs Inc. have fashioned individual spaces that flow together into a true showplace. Exciting Windows! by Home Interior Solutions provided draperies in many of the rooms, and worked with AV Innovations in the media room to create a truly exciting window – a motorized, woven-wood drapery. Read more about the interior design teams on pages 22 and 23. ABOVE: The study features a mix of traditional and contemporary furnishings by Bogari and The Galleries of Brian Brigham. LEFT: Bogari selected kitchen barstools by Italian furniture maker Calligaris.

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The builder and design team: FRONT ROW: – Gina Golden, Sandy Hankins. SECOND ROW: Meara Spillum, Jennifer Williams, Ivet Ivanova, Keith Goodson. THIRD ROW: Sarah Lynch, Richard Bernath. BACK ROW: – Brian Brigham Lehman, Marc Schreckengost, Susan Vernon, Tom Dillard, Silas Dotson, Andrew Coln.

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a perfect fit for the


ABOVE: Family room accents include a hand-tufted rug from Capel and a painting by Greenville artist Julie Shabkie. Interiors by The Galleries of Brian Brigham.

Take a Tour, Make a Child Smile For Tots Foundation is the nonT oys profit partner of the 2010 Southern

Living Showcase Home. There is no admission fee to tour the home in Claremont, but visitors are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped toy for underprivileged families in the Upstate region of South Carolina. Toys collected at the house will benefit the Toys for Toys annual toy drive sponsored by WSSL-FM and Sitton Buick/GMC/Saab. A 501(c) (3) not-for-profit program of

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the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve since 1991, Toys For Tots collects new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distributes those toys as Christmas gifts to needy children in the community in which the campaign is conducted. The primary goal of Toys for Tots is to deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters that will assist them in becoming responsible, productive, patriotic citizens.

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TOP: The media room is outfitted with an in-home theater by AV Innovations, custom cabinet by Florez Fine Woodworking and motorized wood drapery panels by Exciting Windows! by Home Interior Solutions. ABOVE: The laundry room includes ample work and hobby space. Interiors by Jeff Lynch. LEFT: Custom cabinetry by Florez Fine Woodworking is the focal point of the upstairs built-in bar.

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meet the


2010 Southern Living Showcase Home is T he a custom design by Johnston Design Group

of Greenville, a nationally recognized leader in sustainable architecture with the express conviction that every building should enhance the well being of its occupants, achieve economy through conservation, and honor the natural resources inherent in every site. The studio has no over-arching style and prefers to collaboratively explore climatically responsive design solutions that express the unique vision of each client. LEFT: Scott

Johnston and Carmella Cioffi of Johnston Design Group.

ABOVE: Hobby

room cabinets by Cabinets & Tops of the Upstate.


upstairs loft is accented by a hand-forged iron and red oak balustrade. Interiors by SH Designs Inc.


downstairs powder room features low-flow plumbing fixtures from the Danze Powder Room Collection. Interiors by The Galleries of Brian Brigham.

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The foyer features a dramatic custom staircase of red oak and hand-forged iron by Heirloom Stair & Iron. Interiors by SH Designs Inc. A Special Advertising Supplement • December 2010

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girl’s bedroom includes a Young America by Stanley daybed with bedding and window panels by Pine Cone Hill. Interiors by Jeff Lynch.

LEFT: Adjacent

the loft is an ample hallway outside the children’s bedrooms. Interiors by SH Designs Inc.


Jack and Jill bathroom connects the upstairs children’s bedrooms. Interiors by Jeff Lynch.


guest bedroom by SH Designs Inc. features a bed with a handcrafted pine headboard.

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LEFT: The bathroom in the guest suite includes fixtures from the Danze Powder Room Collection. Interiors by SH Designs Inc. ABOVE: A Citadel-themed boy’s bedroom features Young America by Stanley beds, a Lane Emerson leather chair, Stanley Modern Craftsmen desk and Venture Raymond Waites side chair. Interiors by Jeff Lynch. LOWER: The

upstairs nook features custom trim and a hideaway bench by JC Urps Custom Trim. Interiors by SH Designs Inc.

TOP: The bed from Italian furniture designer Calligaris is a focal point of the master suite’s spa-like design by Bogari. Window treatments by Exciting Windows! by Home Interior Solutions. ABOVE: The master bath features a whirlpool tub and walk-in shower with stone floor. Interiors by Bogari. RIGHT: Bathroom cabinets by Cabinets & Tops of the Upstate are finished with a low-VOC stain.

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water feature generates soft noise to complete the outdoor experience.

LOWER LEFT: Landscaping and outdoor living spaces blend formal and naturalistic garden design. ABOVE: Cedar

beams, tongue-and-groove ceiling, and Trex decking highlight the screened porch.


home’s rain garden is home to Virginia Sweetspire, iris and other native plants.

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Site Plan

2010 Showcase Home Exterior Features

Take a self-guided tour of the Southern Living Showcase Home by following the numbered features. Green features that assist LEED for Homes certification appear in green.

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Foothills Masonry | Footings, Foundation, Brickwork


James Hardie | Artisan Lap Siding — Exterior siding is James Hardie Artisan Lap, a durable product that resists shrinking, swelling and cracking. It is non-combustible and resists mold and mildew, damage by termites and other insects, and damage from harsh weather. The product’s basic composition is Portland cement, ground sand, cellulose fiber, select additives and water. It contains no asbestos, glass fibers or formaldehyde.

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Allcon Roofing | Roof — Presidential Shake™ shingles are thick, heavyweight, and multiple layered with dual sealant strips to create a durable and storm resistant material. Underlayment is Rex SynFelt 100% Polypropylene synthetic material that is Class-A fire rated and has an extended UV resistance. Three River Stone | Thin-Cut Natural Stone — Full dimensional natural stone is sawed to a suitable thickness while maintaining its original, natural beauty. Three River’s innovative process doubles the stone’s coverage area and eliminates excess weight and waste.

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Samson Stone | Interior & Exterior Stone Installation


GBS Lumber, JELD-WEN | Windows & Doors — Windows are aluminum-clad wood with simulated divided light and Low-e glass. Aluminum cladding provides a durable protective shell on the exterior surfaces of wood windows and patio doors, offering resistance against scratches, cracking, blistering, and flaking.

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Heirloom Stair & Iron | Staircase, Exterior Ironwork — The unique stair and balustrade complements the green theme of the home. Staircase wood is stain grade red oak, with a “distressed” finish on all newels. Hand-forged iron is used as newel accents and in the balustrade design. Overhead Door | Garage Doors — Garage doors are made from recycled Douglas-fir that is fused with exterior grade resins and wax to form a hard-working door panel.

High Res Studio of Seamon Whiteside + Associates | Landscape Architect — The site and landscape design blends principles of both formal and naturalistic garden design. Many of the features are “green” and contribute points toward LEED for Homes certification.

37 General Shale Brick | Exterior Brick,

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Pavers, Outdoor Fireplace — The driveway is permeable pavers, which allow rainwater to seep into the soil rather than create storm water runoff issues.

38 FCA Land Surveying | Survey, Site Plan —

The site plan included a tree survey and an erosion control plan.

43 A stepped path leading to the front door

44 The formal parking court provides space for

39 Lambes Grading And Services | Site

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Preparation — Site preparation and stewardship of the home site during construction included protecting disturbed topsoil from erosion with silt fencing, controlling the path and velocity of runoff with silt fencing, and protection of trees on the site.

40 GroundsMaster | Landscape / Hardscape


41 A variety of native plants with seasonal

42 interest minimizes maintenance and irrigation needs. Red Maples shade the driveway and ‘Little Gem’ Magnolia and Serviceberry trees complement numerous native oaks, dogwoods and sourwood trees that were preserved on the lot. Encore Azaleas, Mt. Airy Dwarf Fothergilla, and fern varieties help to restore the site’s native understory. Hardscape and landscape elements complement the home’s architectural features.

from the street not only provides a dedicated pedestrian access, but reinforces the dramatic view of the home’s primary entrance. Pavers add warmth and charm to both pedestrian and vehicular spaces.

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guest parking and serves as a threshold to the home’s more private spaces. Permeable pavers are used in parking areas to filter contaminants and reduce run-off.

45 A stepping stone path leads the pedestrian 46 from the private parking court, between the

primary residence and carriage house and into the rear garden spaces where it provides an irregular edge between drought tolerant lawn areas and native groundcover beds. 47 A potted herb garden in gravel paving takes advantage of the minimal sunlight that the rear yard receives.

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48 A rain barrel captures rainwater from the

carriage house to supply water to a potting area under the carriage house’s rear arbor. A compost area further supports the home’s kitchen garden.

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49 The stepping stone path continues by the

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home’s rain garden where runoff from the rear yard’s limited lawn areas can be filtered. The rain garden is home to Virginia Sweetspire, Iris and other native plants that provide seasonal interest while tolerating saturated soils.

50 The stepping stone path meanders around the 51 site’s preserved signature oak tree to provide

access to the lawn and master bedroom before terminating at a spacious outdoor room.

52 The paver patio provides seating around a large

outdoor fireplace.

53 A circular turfgrass area surrounded by a

low hedge provides a visual terminus from the stepping stone path and serves as an overflow area for larger events.

54 A water feature generates soft noise to

complete this outdoor experience. The fireplace and outdoor patio placement serves to provide a strong visual and physical connection between the home’s interior and exterior spaces.

55 A gracious composite deck and outdoor

kitchen adjacent to the screened porch is an extension of the home’s interior living space and is programmed for additional outdoor seating and dining.

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CO2 Removal Fan Motion Detectors — Carbon dioxide removal fans increase the indoor air quality of the home by pulling fumes from vehicle exhaust, and gas fumes from lawnmowers, weed eaters or other equipment stored in the garage.

2010 Showcase Home Interior Features Light Fixtures, Chandeliers, Fans

10 Jeff Lynch Appliance & TV Center | Viking

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Kitchen Appliances, Washer/Dryer — A Viking Model Home, all Viking appliances are Energy Star rated.

11 Carolina Foothills Studio | Granite

Countertops — Natural stone is used on countertops throughout the home.

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Cabinetry, Laundry Room — Kitchen cabinets are Wellborn Green Choice made from 100% recycled or recovered wood fiber and finished with a low-VOC stain.

13 Philips LED Lighting by Black Electrical

Showroom | LED lamps — Indoor and outdoor electric lighting uses Philips LED lamps rather than incandescent or halogen bulbs. LED lamps offer a 50% greater lifecycle at 60% less energy use.

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14 Florez Fine Woodworking | Media Room

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Cabinetry / Upstairs Bar Built-In / Walnut Kitchen Bar — Custom cabinets are finished with low-VOC stain.

18 Skolas Construction | Framing — Built-up

15 Greer Flooring | Hardwoods, Carpet —

Carpet is Anso nylon, which is designed to be 100% recycled.

16 Adams & Adams Floor Sanding & Finishing


| Hardwood Floor Finishing — Hardwood floors have an ‘Early American Matte’ finish using low-VOC stain.

17 Glenco Fireplace | Indoor & Outdoor

Fireplaces — Indoor and outdoor fireplaces are made with volcanic pumice – a lighter weight material that is environmentally responsible. Volcanic pumice offers high insulation value and exhibits reflective qualities that make a fireplace efficient, safe and built to last a lifetime.

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headers include a layer of rigid insulation for greater R-value on exterior walls. Two-Stud Corners lessen the amount of wood needed for construction, and Pre-Engineered Roof Trusses are carefully designed to carry the load of a home’s roof to the outside walls. Roof systems are fabricated inside a shop where materials are not exposed to inclement weather and moisture.

19 Gateway Supply | Plumbing Fixtures —

Toilets are Danze brand High Efficiency Toilets (HET), which use only 1.28 gallon of water per flush. Danze low flow showerheads limit water usage to 2.5 gallons per minute, and faucets use only 1.5 gallons per minute totaling a possible 20-30% water savings per year.

20 H2H Installed Solutions | Shower Doors,

Bathroom Mirrors

Recycling of household waste during the Showcase Home tour is provided by Ever-Green Recycling of Greenville.

23 Advanced Central Vaccum Systems |

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Central Vacuum System — The Vacuflo central vacuum system eliminates 100% of vacuumed dirt, dust and allergens creating a healthier home environment. A Vroom car cleaning system is installed in the garage.

25 Ancil Shrum Custom Woodworking | Cedar 26 Gunter Heating & Air | HVAC System —

The HVAC system meets stringent Energy Star Indoor Air Quality specifications.

Insulation — The crawl space has walls insulated with rigid foam, and is sealed rather than vented resulting in 13-18% more energy efficiency. Insulation in the home is a renewable-based foam and air barrier material made using Castor Oil. ICYNENE LD-R-50™, is 100% water-blown and free from harmful chemicals. It significantly reduces air leakage, which results in a healthier, quieter and more comfortable home, and reduces energy consumption and related greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 50%. The expandable foam completely seals any gaps and crevices preventing air infiltration, moisture infiltration, and the intrusion of dirt and pollutants from outdoors.

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31 Alan Dickerson Painting | Exterior &

Lighting Consultant David Alber has designed an energy-efficient indoor and outdoor lighting system that will reduce energy consumption by about 60%. The home also features a low-level night lighting system that uses a series of onewatt LED lamps.

29 Carolina Closets | Closets — Storage

and closet systems are Encore sustainable particleboard by SierraPine. Made from recycled wood, the product contains no urea formaldehyde.

30 D & S Drywall & Paint | Drywall — Moisture

resistant drywall used in the home is made in South Carolina, reducing fuel usage to transport material to the job site. All drywall waste was recycled into fertilizer.

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Interior Paint — Interior and exterior paint and stains are low or no-VOC.

32 Piedmont Natural Gas | Tankless Water

28 DMA Lighting Design | Lighting Design —

24 Aspen Concrete | Garage Floors

Post/Beam, Window Details, Porch, Deck


27 Glenco Insulation | Sealed Crawlspace, Foam

22 Ever-Green Recycling | Waste Recycling

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Heater, Gas Piping, Gas Logs, Outdoor Grill — Piedmont Natural Gas and Rinnai have provided a tankless water heater system, which can result in up to 40% energy savings. The Rinnai tankless water heater is an environmentally sound gas appliance that meets strict air quality requirements, producing very low nitrogen oxide and carbon dioxide emissions. The compact design of the tankless water heater means it can be installed closer to fixtures and appliances, which conserves water that is wasted while waiting for the heated water to arrive.

33 JC Urps Custom Trim | Interior Trim —

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Custom hand-cut trim on the home’s interior is finished with low-VOC (Volatile Organic Compound), formaldehyde-free stain or paint.

34 AV Innovations | Media Room, Structured


35 Exciting Windows! by Home Interior

Solutions | Window Treatments, RemoteControlled Blinds in Media Room

36 GBS Lumber | Tyvek Housewrap, Low-

VOC Trim, GP I-joist, Trex Decking, Cedar Beams, Delany Hardware, Armstrong Ceiling Tile, Interior Doors

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meet the

Designers Bogari

SH Designs Inc.

Master Suite, Kitchen, Study

Foyer, Loft, Guest Suite

Sresidential and commercial interior design


Ivet Ivanova, owner of Bogari European Contemporary Design

andy Hankins has been offering the finest in

vet Ivanova opened Bogari European Contemporary Furniture in 2004. A native of Bulgaria, Ivanova brought 18 years of interior design experience honed in Europe and a passion for contemporary style to the Upstate when she and her husband, Lyudmil, moved to Greenville in 1997. Ivanova graduated college with a degree in finance and worked in banking for more than 10 years, but her true love has always been art and design – a talent that began winning her awards as early as elementary school. “Every day I look forward to a new inspiration,” Ivanova says. “Sometimes a little thing such as a picture, a piece of fabric, a song or even something that someone says gives me a new idea or inspires a design concept.”

services in the Upstate for more than 30 years. Hankins brings creativity, sophistication and practicality to every project, with her timeless designs having been featured in local and national publications. In 2004, Hankins was recognized in Who’s Who and was featured as South Carolina’s Upstate Woman in Spartanburg Magazine.

Sandy Hankins and Gina Golden of SH Designs Inc.

The Galleries of Brian Brigham Family Room, Dining Room, Study, Powder Room


rian Brigham Lehman founded the Galleries of Brian Brigham in 1985 as a full-service interior design company and antiques market. Lehman combines a love of architecture and antiques with her considerable talent for design to create interior and exterior living spaces that are distinctive and comfortable. Lehman was the lead designer at the 2008 Southern Living Showcase Home in Tuscany Falls for which Dillard-Jones Builders was named the 2009 Southern Living Custom Builder of the Year. The Galleries of Brian Brigham team includes staff designer Marc Schreckengost who has more than 20 years of experience in all phases of residential construction, including electrical, lighting and landscape design. Brian Brigham Lehman and Marc Schreckengost of The Galleries of Brian Brigham

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Sarah Lynch, Cherith Pratt, Meara Spillum and Jenny Williams of Jeff Lynch. Not pictured: Jennifer Edgerton


Jeff Lynch — Children’s Bedrooms, Outdoor Living Areas, Hobby Room buying. She was local coordinator for two Southern Jeff Lynch team features the combined T he Living Showcase Homes in North Carolina. Spillum talents of Sarah Lynch, Jennifer Edgerton, Meara Spillum, Cherith Pratt and Jennifer Williams. A Western Carolina University graduate, Lynch has worked on residential and commercial projects nationally and internationally. Her residential experience includes resort homes in South and North Carolina, and commercial work in corporate offices, medical facilities, restaurants and churches. An interior design graduate from Appalachian State University, Edgerton has experience in residential design, office interiors and furniture and accessory

is an interior design graduate of the University of Georgia and has worked on residential and commercial projects in Atlanta, Greenville and New York. A Bob Jones University graduate, Pratt has done residential projects in The Cliffs Communities and commercial work for Michelin and BMW. An interior design graduate of Anderson University, Williams has managed projects in The Cliffs at Glassy and Keowee Key, and has done commercial work for condominium developments and churches.

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Dillard-Jones Builders wishes to thank the sponsors of the 2010 Southern Living Showcase Home. Title Sponsors

Vendor Sponsors

Interior Designers

Media Partners

Vendor Partners Adams & Adams Floor Sanding & Finishings Advanced Central Vacuums Allcon Roofing Allstate Electrical Ancil Shrum Custom Woodworking Art & Light Gallery Aspen Concrete

Cabinets & Tops of the Upstate Capel Rugs Greenville Carolina Closets Carolina Foothills Studio Curly Willow Designs D & S Drywall and Paint DMA Lighting Design Ever-Green Recycling FCA Land Surveying

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Florez Fine Woodworking Foothills Masonry Greer Flooring GroundsMaster Gunter Heating & Air H2H Installed Solutions Heirloom Stair & Iron JC Urps Interior Trim Johnston Design Group

Lambes Grading and Services The Lighting Center Overhead Door Palmetto Computer Solutions PET Dairy Philips LED Lighting by Black Electrical Lighting Showroom Samson Stone

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High Res Studio of Seamon-Whiteside & Associates Sitton Buick/GMC/Saab Skolas Construction Spaulding Group at Prudential C. Dan Joyner Three River Stone Vass Markets Inc. Wood Insulating Inc.

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