The Knoxville Symphony League’s 25th anniversary Show House is open and it’s one of the best ever. If you are interested in design — or just in having an unusual and engrossing day, I recommend you get with a friend or two and head over there.
What makes the Show House so intriguing is that each room of the 6,000-square-foot home is fashioned by a different designer. You literally can spend hours just taking everything in. It will be open through May 13.
If you go at lunch time, stop by the on-site tea room. It is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The Show House itself is open from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
The Symphony Show House this year is located at 1952 Oakleigh Way, which is off Duncan Road. Cost to get in is $15 at the door. Or, if you want to go more than once, get a season pass for $25. Or, get together a group of six or more and get a special luncheon tour. (For info on that, click here to go to the Show House website.)
5 Responses to “Symphony Show House is open — and it’s a looker!”
Went yesterday with my second mother, Becky Winston. We loved it. Such a beautiful home. My favorite was the veranda!
I can see why you loved the antique china. Very pretty!
I agree with Gay; now that I see the china, I understand why you’re so tempted to get it. I love it!
Gay and Lauren: That china seems so perfect here in Knoxville, doesn’t it? Annette: So glad you and your second mother had fun. Sometimes a couple of girlfriends and I go over and have lunch and then tour the house. It’s fun to do it that way.The weather is great for it right now.