If you follow me on Instagram, you have seen the images from the Southern Style Now and Traditional Home Savannah Showhouse. We loved being a part of this Showhouse and it is truly one of my favorites ever. The feeling that Southern designers bring to a room is unlike any other. Each room was more detailed and dramatic than the next and a feeling of hospitality reigned supreme in this home.
The Showhouse will be open for tours through December 7th, so please plan on stopping by if you are in Savannah before then. are so excited to be ap art of the Southern Style Now Savannah Showhouse. We received our photography from the room late last week and I will admit, the room was tough to shoot with dark walls, low ceilings and rain on the day of the shoot. Our photographer Josh did a great job and I loved some of the details he shot.
This room is on the garden level of the home and has a door to the street. When designing this space, I did want it to have a garden-like feel so I filled it with green plants and wonderful faux ones too. It feels like a cozy lounge and is the perfect getaway in the home. I am so fortunate to have wonderful sponsors and this room was sponsored by A.R.T. Furniture. They supplied the upholstery and cocktail table, bar and side tables. I brought in vintage pieces from AW Johnston to add a sense of whimsy. This room also allowed me to give a sneak peek of a few more patterns from my upcoming wallpaper and fabric collection with Design Legacy. I loved watching visitors get on the floor and look up to capture the perfect shot of the paper from below.
The stag ferns on the wall and other faux plants were provided by NDI. They did such a great job that many thought the ferns were real.
Thanks to all of our partners for helping us make this space come to life!
Custom Wallpaper, Drapery & Throw Pillows: Design Legacy
Original Artwork: Kelly O’Neal
Drapery Workroom: SRT Designs
Lighting: Currey & Company
Furniture: A.R.T. Furniture
Vintage Furnishings and Accessories: A. W. Johnston via Chairish
Faux Plants: NDI
Paint: Sherwin Williams
Tile: Crossville Tile
AND…..lest you think that any part of this room looked ANYTHING like this before we began, here’s a reminder of where we started!