April 11, 2013

A Day In the Life of... Patrick Lewis

Patrick has been hard at work (but then again I guess I should say "harder at work." There is a reason why we refer to him as "Flash" around 2321 Crescent Avenue.), preparing for the Junior League of Greensboro showhouse, which opens it's doors tomorrow and will run until May 5th. He and Cindy have joined teams to tackle this beautiful space- surrounded by other rooms designed by Miles Redd and Suzanne Kasler! It is taking place in historic Adamsleigh:
"...designed and built for High Point textile magnate John Hampton “Hamp” Adams, a native of Adamsville, South Carolina and co-founder of Adams-Millis Corporation, the first company in High Point to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Adams also owned the vast property that is now known as “Adams Farm”, a large residential development not far from Adamsleigh.
The estate features 33 rooms, including 10 bedrooms, and totals 15,000 square feet. The estate covers 13.5 acres that include pools, a lake, tennis courts, a stone gazebo and a five-car garage.
Designed by Winston-Salem architect Luther Lashmit, who also designed Graylyn in Winston-Salem. Some have argued that Adamsleigh is North Carolina’s second most impressive house, behind Biltmore in Asheville." 
This is an event not to be missed! Be sure to buy tickets (by clicking here) and take a tour of the mansion. Here is a sneak peak of Patrick and Cindy's gorgeous room:

And remember! Everything you see in his room is for sale and some of the upholstery is marked-down by 40% off of Retail! Please be in touch if you would like more information on anything (even the prints on the walls... photos Patrick took while on a buying trip with Cindy in France!).


  1. I just visited the Adamsleigh home, and your room was my favorite!!! I wanted to sit back with a glass of wine and let your beautiful design sing to my soul!!!

  2. My! What a wonderful thing to say!! Thank you so very much. I will be sure to pass along your kind words to Patrick and Cindy. Please encourage others to visit! It is such a beautiful setting and all the designers have created gorgeous rooms that are all a treat to visit.