Posts Tagged: Interior Design Western NC

Asheville Kitchen and Bath Show 2015


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Historic Downtown Hendersonville’s Designer Showcase


Update: Hotlanta


We are almost complete construction of a condo in the St. Regis Hotel, Buckhead Atlanta. The details are amazing. English with a slight gothic feel. More photos as furnishings and window treatments get completed. For more information on the faux finish visit

                                                                    New construction breaking ground in October

The Cottages at Cove Park

Cheryl Smith Associates has partnered with Herrington Homes in the The Cliffs at Walnut Cove on an exciting, new construction project.  There are ten (10) homesites for purchase near the wellness center.  The Cottages at Cove Park offer home/lot packages with pre-selected interior designs created by Cheryl. Home owners are afforded the luxury of a newly constructed homes void of laboring over the home interior choices.  Cheryl offers a number of package options to suit client’s varying tastes.

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Project Update: French Chateau inspired home in Flat Rock

The French Chateau inspired home in Flat Rock is nearing completion.  The cabinetry, designed by Amanda James at Forest Millwork, is amazing. The granites selected at Mountain Marble, also in Asheville, are currently being installed.

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Kerf Door and Window Trim

My new project in the South West has exposed me to new terminology. Kerf door and window trim. I love the look and may bring it back to WNC.

Kitchen Remodel


Petrified Wood Sink

Cheryl and Jaime noticed this spectacular sink by Bobo Intriguing Objects, at Market. Displaying the rich character of each piece of petrified wood, these handcrafted vessel sinks are naturally varied in coloration and exterior texture. The wood used was discovered and excavated as whole tree trunks that are still intact. The unique shape, size and color lend to the character of each piece.  Each vessel sink is truly a unique work of art, and will add both beauty and function to your bath or master suite.

Before and After Breakfast Nook

Breakfast Room Bright pops of color and a new light fixture add new life to this breakfast nook.

Drapery Headers – Different Types of Pleating

There are many pleating styles, and each creates a different finished appearance.  One of our current projects allowed us to use varying styles of pleats.

Goblet pleating is a style of drapery pleating that is stuffed to create the  appearance of a goblet. Drapes are pleated at the top to add  fullness and a sense of formality. Goblet pleats are highly decorative and are usually designed to be mounted to a  curtain rod.


Media Room

Goblet pleated drapery with wood pole and yarn covered rings. Fabric by Jab, Carmina. Rod and rings by Chase & Co.


Guest Bedroom

Goblet pleated draperies with shell buttons at the base of each pleat- Rod by JF Fabrics. Fabric is Medeaux by Richard Smith, pattern Corallina.





Sheer draperies mounted behind crown moulding so the room has a continuous architectural detail. Sheer fabric is Griffith by Kravet.




Breakfast Room


Top tacked curtain with brass rods and rings.  The fabric looks like real crystal; the detail is incredible. Fabric is Pierre Frey, Boheme Bois 02.


 Bedroom Another top tacked pleat, meaning the pleat is only sewn together at the top, not the top and bottom as with a standard pinch pleat. Top tacked pleats are less formal and more flowing in appearance. Fabric is from Pearson.





Close up of duchess pleat- very clean and elegant.


Family Room

Duchess pleat side panels on 3″ wood rod with antique steel finish and metal rings in the same finish. Sheer fabric has top tacked pleat. Rods by The Finial Company.  Side panel fabric is Christopher Norman, Vizcaya and sheer is Beacon Hill, DuPage.