Charlotte’s FIRST EVER Southern Living Inspired Home!

The Bramble inspired home encompasses the timeless and gracious beauty of a southern home. The Burnham is an idyllic and charming respite. Set in a tranquil Southern Living Inspired Community, this home deftly balances an ultra-lux, sophisticated feel with all of the comforts and inviting familiarity of a laid-back modern farmhouse.

Cabinets in this beautiful bramble house are craft fully made by Walker Woodworking Custom Cabinets. A collaborative design with New Old (Mary Luderman) and Greenbrook Lead Designer Brandon Fitzmorris. This home is the first of it’s kind and is trendsetting for many more to come.

The Southern Living Inspired Home at The Bramble was open for self-guided tours the entire month of June. We took a tour of the Bramble House ourselves and were excited to share some of the beauty we saw. It was amazing to see this house come together and enjoy the final product! It was such a great experience for us to be a part of the Bramble home!

All pictures taken by Michael Blevins

The appliances from our friends at Sub-Zero Wolf added the perfect balance to the Bramble House. With a Wolf range paired with a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer columns, this home has everything needed to make a meal that will be enjoyed by every family member.

Watch the video at 6:17 to see designer Brandon Fitzmorris tell more about Walker Woodworking and Greenbrook Design and the features that made this home unique, including a kitty door (see a quick peek of it in the video below).

This is a great video that shows several suppliers designers and contracts that helped make the Bramble House so special.  You can see a glimpse of Travis Walker at 2:31 –  Enjoy!

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