Known for her signature “casual luxe” style, Lisa Sherry is continuously creating spaces that blend luxe, unique elements with breezy, laid-back atmosphere and her new mountain cabana is no exception.
Her renovation of this mountain home, to be used as a rental property for her and her husband, was completed October 2017 in High Point, North Carolina. Her inspiration was to make this like a boutique hotel experience for her renters. Located right off the seventh hole of the High Point Country Club golf course, it’s a collaboration of striking neutrals, modern tile, vintage rugs, eye-catching art and a wide variety of textures.
“This house spoke to me,” Sherry says. “Its first words were H-E-L-P, and from there, we were off and running. Floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall, my team and I essentially demolished the interior and reinvented the home, with nothing left to chance and no detail unnoticed.”
Wicker details bring the outdoors in, giving a fresh feel to the space alongside an abundance of natural light. Instead of using bold color to create contrast, Sherry experimented with a variety of graphics; stripes are dispersed throughout the open-floor plan, and a range of furry pillows and throws add depth to otherwise-lifeless nooks. A hanging chair provide a touch of whimsy, and an outdoor bar and lounge area qualifies the space as a true cabaña.
Her layered styling approach is all within the details: shades of orange from fresh citrus, funky lighting fixtures, clusters of books, groupings of candles. It’s a crisp, poignant, but easy-going, relaxing space– ideal for an assuredly stylish getaway.