March 1, 2024

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Teri and Ron Scheetz called on designer Heather Ware to add a needed decor upgrade

Teri and Ron Scheetz, and dog Brodie had lived in their Thornblade home for over 20 years, when three years ago they decided the home needed a decor upgrade. One call to their favorite interior designer, Heather Ware, and their upgrade become a reality!



a person sitting on a rug: Homeowners Teri and Ron Scheetz love every bit of their new and fun updated home.


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Homeowners Teri and Ron Scheetz love every bit of their new and fun updated home.

Together, Teri and Heather started collecting, sourcing, and buying their favorite things on shopping trips once a week, a tradition that lasted a little bit over a year. Teri was tired of the “old world” decor feel of her home and wanted a total change. 

First up was the master bedroom. Once that was completed, they worked on each main level room one-by-one. At the beginning of the project the intention was to just upgrade the main level, but once the downstairs became this fabulous it just wasn’t fair to the rest of the house to stop.

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The result is a joyful and colorful space enjoyed by everyone fortunate enough to be there. January might be here with all of its gloomy weather, but we guarantee that you will feel happier after going through these pages. And who knows, you might even go buy something bright and cheerful to add to your own home!



a living room filled with furniture and a fire place: The mixture of patterns provides warmth to a space with high ceilings.


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The mixture of patterns provides warmth to a space with high ceilings.

This article originally appeared on Greenville News: Teri and Ron Scheetz called on designer Heather Ware to add a needed decor upgrade

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