Tuesday, October 18, 2016

It's all in the Architecture - My Visit to Sorority Row

This weekend was Parent's Weekend for Zeta Tau Alpha at University of Texas, so you better believe I was there in a second. Seeing Avery and enjoying the weekend was a highlight... but also the beautiful Zeta sorority house!

The black and white architecture is so bold and beautiful in many ways. 
It is classy and never going out of style.

What a gorgeous "home" away from home. My older daughter, Ashley, lived in the house about 9 years ago... and it is still standing:).

After a little research of other sorority houses and hear-say, we picked up on the brand new Phi Mu house at University of Alabama

The new $13 million dollar house is a gorgeous gray and white escape for all these ladies at Alabama.... I mean WOW!  

This chandelier used to hang at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City!

The mix of traditional with modern finishes is just right up our alley of design. This makes me want to throw my name in the hat to redo a sorority house... must be where the big bucks are!

They did reuse much of the old furniture from their previous house, and we think it all meshed great together.

Study and hang out rooms are throughout the house, well equipped and designed for lots of use.

So sorority houses MAY be lots of fun, but they also have well designed places as well! I'm sure this was a pretty penny:).

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