Forth Worth Charity Showhouse

Look at this beautiful millwork done by Fort Worth builder Brent Hull, who is building a charity showhouse to benefit Historic Fort Worth. They're teaming up with Winterthur Museum & Country Estate in Delaware to help pull off the house, which is inspired by the architecture of Readbourne (1733) in Centreville, Maryland.

Some of the Dallas and Fort Worth designers participating in the house are John Bobbitt, Sandra Brown (of Winterthur), Mark Clay, Tyler Cobb, Greg Connally, Max Cox, Kim Johnson, Kenneth Jorns, Mary Elizabeth Levy, Suzanne Levy, Paula Lowes, Holly Lydick, Jeffrey McAllister, Joseph Minton, John Mitchell, Zoe Powell- Moreau, Michelle Nussbaumer, Deborah Reed, Justin Seitz, Troy Steakley Leigh Taylor, Lisa Teakell and Barry Williams.

The newly constructed 6,000 square foot house, sited on a half acre, will be designed by architect John Milner of John Milner Architects, Inc. of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, who specializes in historic design.

It's open to the public for tours from November 1-16.