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Maria Adams from Maria Adams Designs decorated the kitchen of the Julian Price house.



Designer showhouse in the Julian Price House (copy)

 More than 25 designers from several states have designed the 31 rooms of the house.

 Bobbi Jo Engleby from Domain Interiors decorated the large foyer / stair tower. Known as Hillside, this timber-framed brick mansion was built in 1929 for the President of Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co.



Designer showhouse in the Julian Price House (copy)

Jessica Dauray Interiors’ Jess Dauray decorated the library for the Designer Showhouse unveiling at Julian Price House on Friday. The rooms feature historical, transitional and a touch of modern furniture and accessories that blend in well with their historical surroundings.



Designer showhouse in the Julian Price House (copy)

Domain Interiors’ Bobbi Jo Engleby decorated the grand foyer / stair tower for the unveiling of the Designer Showhouse at Julian Price House on Friday April 6, 2018 in Greensboro, NC



Designer showhouse in the Julian Price House (copy)

Cheryl Luckett of Dwell By Cheryl decorated the Master Dressing Room / Master Closet for the unveiling of the Designer Showhouse at the Julian Price House on Friday April 6, 2018 in Greensboro, NC

GREENSBORO – After a massive renovation, Julian Price’s historic home is ready for his close-up.

The mansion at 301 Fisher Park Circle will open its doors for public tours as a designer showhouse for three weeks from today.

More than 25 designers from New York to Texas, Florida and the Carolinas have decorated its 31 rooms with fresh wall treatments, furniture, fabrics and accessories.

“I didn’t even know how beautiful the house can be,” said Michael Fuko-Rizzo, one of its owners, during a media preview on Friday.

Known as Hillside, this timber-framed brick mansion was built in 1929 for the President of Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co.

For years its beauty was hidden under overgrown foliage and clutter accumulated by its former owner, Sandra Cowart.

As early as January 2017, it achieved national fame as the backdrop for an episode of the A&E reality series “Hoarders”.

Cowart lost property through foreclosure. Now it has undergone a major transformation under the new owners Michael and Eric Fuko-Rizzo.

The original pine floors in the kitchen and breakfast room have been sanded and refurbished.

Original hardware has been removed and restored. New wallpaper and paint cover the walls.

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