The Largest Home in the History of the Indianapolis Home Show

Jan 18, 2017, 21:48 PM
For the 2017 Indianapolis Home Show Centerpiece Home, Fischer Homes is going big - but not necessarily high.

Fischer Homes will showcase its Rookwood design as this year’s Centerpiece Home, and for the first time it is featuring a ranch design rather than a two-story construction. The Rookwood features a Coastal Acadian elevation with nearly 6,000 square feet of finished living space — the largest home ever built at the Indianapolis Home Show.

Boasting casual yet sophisticated spaces that evoke the feeling of a beachfront home, the Rookwood at the Home Show features a spacious kitchen opening into the adjoining living and dining rooms, a refined study, four bedrooms, 3½ baths and three built-in fireplaces.

As in recent years, the interior design will be by Joy Perkins and her team from TOB Design Firm.

“If I was building a home, I’d choose the Rookwood. That’s how much I like it,” Perkins said. “The colors are inspired by the sand and the sea, which are natural complements. Each room has its own personality.”

Coffee Table
Coffee tables in the “Great Room”

Dining Room Chandelier
Dining room chandelier

Wine Barrel Art
Vintage wine barrel art for the lower level wine cellar

Kitchen Table
Kitchen table, black rattan chairs and a 90" long bench 

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