Design x Three Home Tour

 

Design x Three Home Tour

Don’t miss this premier home tour in the exclusive Jackson’s Grant neighborhood, featuring three high-end brownstones designed, built, and decorated in three unique styles. Join Indianapolis Monthly and our partners at the 2018 Design x Three tour where you’ll get the opportunity to step inside three gorgeous homes built by McKenzie Collection, designed by Gary Nance, and decorated by Kittle’s Furniture.

Ticket Options:

Design x Three Tour 2nd Weekend
Visit three brownstone homes with three different styles. Traditional, transitional, and industrial design styles will all be displayed. Come to the tour to see how design can change the aesthetic of a home! The homes were built by McKenzie Collection, designed by Gary Nance Design with interior design by Kittles Design Studio.

Please click either link above for entry on either weekend (6/7/18 to 6/10/18 or 6/14/18 to 6/17/18) and get your tickets today!

Sponsored By:

McKenzie Collection

Benefitting:

 

Design x Three Original Artwork:

These original art pieces from Long-Sharp Gallery are showcased in either the Transitional or Industrial Design x Three Brownstone.

Amy Kirchner, Archer
Amy Kirchner, <em>Archer</em>
2017, Acrylic on Canvas
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Learn about the three design styles below:

  Traditional

Traditional
Traditional design is rooted in the 18th-century English and French countryside. Bronze accents, luxe drapes, detailed millwork, rich woods, and symmetry all contribute to the style’s warm, inviting interiors.

  Transitional

Transitional
Transitional design combines the best of traditional and contemporary styles to create a timeless interior. Look for elements like an intricate chandelier balanced by clean lines and cool metal or a textured rug atop sleek wood floors.

  Industrial

Industrial
Industrial design creatively displays many of the building materials that other design styles conceal, adding a raw, unfinished look to the space. Think exposed brick walls, visible ductwork and pipes, and unfinished wood pieces.