A towering coursed limestone fireplace accented by a 19th century iron door from Italy anchors the sitting area of this great room. An antique rug, linen-covered custom-designed bench, a pair of Avrett tables and silk-covered high-backed sofas complete the space. Large picture windows allow for ample natural lighting and incredible views.
As seen on Home Town, the existing exterior of the Walker's Laurel, MS house was lost on the street with the old wrought iron fencing and overgrown vegetation. After the renovations, their Laurel, MS house now features a wide open view to the street with new landscaping, painted brick, a new glass entry door and warm cypress wood siding at the front porch.
A round foyer in a Tudor revival cottage dating to 1928 features an original Dutch door, a stone floor and a faux painted dome ceiling. Designer Judy Hodgens grouped together mid-century modern iron chairs, paintings and framed landscapes in her room for a Historic Macon Design House in Georgia. The style has a sense of formality with an updated twist, she says.