History and eccentricity collide in the highly charming, whimsical design scheme masterminded by SCAD's Glenn Wallace at Smithfield Cottage. Inspired juxtapositions of classic architecture and vintage furnishings presented alongside artwork by SCAD students and grads makes every vignette an engaging one.
Large built-in cabinets provide lots of storage for this living room; the molding on the front adds an unusual graphic element. Touches like the wood coffee table and mantel bring a gentle rustic feel to the space.
A pedestal sink adds texture to the smooth, sleek look of this bathroom design. White walls create a bright and simple background to showcase the dark mirror frame, stone floor and decorative asian french doors.
Designer Angelica Henry selected this unique open back bookcase of floating shelves to give the appearance of a modern sculpture, while serving as a functional piece to house her client's smaller collectibles. It also acts as a unexpected and lovely room divider for the formal dining area.
Discover the shrubby side of clematis with this upright version of the classic vine. ‘Stand By Me’ grows to a shrub-like form that doesn’t need a trellis like a traditional vining clematis, although it does benefit from a little support. This clematis features beautiful blue blooms that dangle like bells and open from late spring through midsummer. After flowers fade, they form fuzzy seedheads that are eye-catching and fun. Plants grow 34 to 38 inches tall by 24 to 28 inches wide. Hardy in Zones 3-7. ‘Stand By Me’ clematis belongs to Pruning Group 3.