Check out the 2015 HGTV Urban Oasis that was given away to a lucky winner (Crystal Harriman from Poulsbo, Washington)! HGTV picked West Asheville for the location this year, after featuring much larger USA cities in previous years. In addition to this 1,300-square-foot 1920s bungalow and furnishings, the winner gets a 2016 Acura TLX and $50,000 cash!
Bursts of bold blue, a cozy fireplace and lively patterns fill the central gathering space.
Decorated by interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn, the fully furnished HGTV Urban Oasis 2015 features an open-concept floorplan with two bedrooms and two baths. All the renovations on the home were overseen by HGTV house planner Jack Thomasson, which included raising the original roof to include a loft over the dining room and adding a garage. Designed by Wilson Architects and fully renovated by JAG and Associates Construction, the home remains indicative of the Asheville style: bold, transitional, creative, vintage, and handmade, with an emphasis on art and practicality.
Imagine lingering dinners in this dining room with the eclectic design to match Asheville's personality.
The design incorporates natural materials with a nod to industrial elements. The expansive front porch and back deck extend the living space of the home to the outdoors. The outdoor spaces celebrate craftsmanship with exposed beams above the front door and a backyard sanctuary that is draped in red and white curtains to provide privacy for a morning cup of coffee or an intimate dinner party.
Love the subway tile and the timeless black and white kitchen design.
After "house hunting" in early 2015 in the hot West Asheville neighborhood, they picked this home and complete the massive renovation project in lightning speed. The home is all the restaurants, bars, vintage shows, artist studios and breweries in West Asheville and the River Arts District.
The Americana Master Bedroom opens out onto the deck, put to let in the mountain breezes.
The guest bedroom definitely has elements from a classic mountain home in the 20s.
The back deck is built for entertaining, complete with a pass-through window to the kitchen.
The Asheville and North Carolina mountains area has been featured on HGTV many times.
Photos by HGTV.