Fort Worth's Charity Showhouse!

Builder Brent Hull of Hull Historical sent me these fantastic photos he shot of the house he built for Historic Fort Worth. He also did the mill work found throughout the house.

Designer Justin Seitz did this lovely dining room with its blue and white plates.

The entry hall is being handled by Winterthur Museum and Country Estate is which helping to sponsor the charity house. The walls in the entry are hand painted Stark papers that mimic the entry hall at Winterthur, says Hull.

Joseph Minton did the family room.

Another view of the family room.

Architectural detail in the family room.

The mantle in Joe Minton's family room, before the furniture was moved in.

More outstanding mill work and blue and white pieces.

Mark Clay did this bedroom. Don't you love the zebra hide bench with all the florals? I was told that Mark is a former creative director for Ralph Lauren, and you can definitely see the influence.

Back view of the Fort Worth showhouse.

The house's design is classically Georgian, and based on a famous 1730 house in Centreville, Maryland, called Readbourne. It's available for public tours November 1-16. Buy your tickets online through Historic Fort Worth, which benefits from their sale.