The living space of this magnificent mansion in Tarrytown, NY is filled with gorgeous details from top to bottom. From the marble fireplace and arched entryway to the decorative molding trim and contemporary light fixtures, this living room is worth showing off.
One piece of furniture serves two purposes in this wood loft storage bed with two rows of drawers. The neutral wood complements the blush tones that dominate this eclectic girl's bedroom. The space is filled with textured accents, like this footstool, and colorful touches, like the hot air balloon wall art.
The shared public space at Smithfield Cottage makes use of the home's original design features like an ornate Chinoiserie wooden mantel that includes two nooks for lamps. Asian details were a common motif in the Victorian era, with the opening of China and Japan to the West, and designer Glenn Wallace has played up that historic feature in contemporary Asian elements throughout the home.
The blue bedroom at Smithfield continues its theme in a selection of blue-spined tomes. The fireplace is cleverly filled with an assortment of books in one of the home's typically witty design touches.
Recycling isn't just for cans. This mantel and fireplace were designed and constructed completely from reclaimed wood, adding an element of comfort and drama, while staying consistent with the rustic, shabby chic feel of the space.
The eclectic game room layers on the texture for a plush vintage vibe. An animal skin rug is layered on top of a sisal and patterned rug and the fur ottoman and balloon chair amp up the cozy feel of a room you just want to hang out in.
Everything is fair game as a design motif, including these vintage leather flyswatters ornamenting a wall in Smithfield's downstairs bedroom. Mannequin heads perched on small antique chairs complete the idiosyncratic statement wall.
Vintage arrows share an urn with pheasant feathers in a game room vignette defined by an assortment of retro sport and game accessories.
One of the most interesting aspects of SCAD's Smithfield Cottage guest house design is how it embraces the imperfect. Found objects, unconventional artwork and unexpected details like this long table accessorized by a multicolored metal chairs mean the house never feels stuffy or too formal.