Something You Don’t Want to Miss –
Last Weekend for Organic Life House Serenbe
As I mentioned last month, I went to see Rodale’s Organic Life House Serenbe. Serenbe, if you hadn’t already noticed from photos I’ve taken at their restaurants (The Farmhouse and The Hil), is one of my favorite places. When you combine art, the farmers market, great farm-to-table restaurants, and an ecologically friendly environment, you have a community that’s healthy and fun to live in.
What Is the Organic Life House Serenbe?
Here is a description of the Organic Life House event taken from Serenbe’s website:
The Organic Life House is EarthCraft-certified, features geothermal heating and cooling, installed with solar panels, uses natural materials throughout and features edible and medicinal gardens. The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home will look out onto preserved woods, include multiple porches, a yoga and meditation studio and a saltwater lap pool.
Architect J.P. Curran, builder Bobby Webb and interior designer Dana Lynch of Dana Lynch Designs have been commissioned to build and custom-design the Organic Life House.
What I Liked about the Organic Life House Serenbe
It is my understanding that the owner is a yoga aficionado. The labyrinth outside the living room, lap pool, and the yoga studio were among my favorites, and I’d like to think they show us the level of commitment to wellness and balance the owner must have. Here are photos of some of the other features that attracted me. I like the round corners where walls meet in the house because they flow energy nicely. I also love the chandelier because every girl has to have something shiny in her home.
Organic Life House Serenbe Worth Seeing
I got so many ideas about building and decorating a house that enhances its environment from walking around this house. So, set aside a few hours for a drive in the country and visit Organic Life House Serenbe. Here is a link to the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-organic-life-house-at-serenbe-tours-tickets-29314314905