Photo By: Beatrice Pediconi, Designer: Sarah Gee Interiors
Photo By: Jordan Shifrin
Photo By: Eanes Foster Design
Photo By: John Gruen
Photo By: Ryan Garvin
Every room at Smithfield features a characteristic mix of luxe linens and amenities as well as an eclectic array of vintage objects like the beautifully ornate wood-framed mirror shown here, as well as antique apothecary jars to invest these spaces with an artsy vibe in keeping with the Savannah College of Art and Design ethos.
A series of vintage portraits define one of the five bedrooms in Smithfield Cottage where each room has its own unique sensibility.
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.
A Room With (Multiple) Views
Stacked paintings provide an alternative view (and a smart way of displaying artwork vertically) in this Smithfield guest room.
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.
Blue and Neutral Guest Room with Framed Watercolors and Upholstered Headboard
A guest room by Maria McLaurin of McLaurin Interiors features framed watercolors of feathers by Adam Vettraino above a wooden bedside table and next to an upholstered headboard. The Elena fabric by Clay McLaurin is on the large pillow.
Beautiful black-and-white horse photography in simple black, matted frames makes up a sophisticated, symmetrical gallery wall. Thinly striped black wallpaper gives this bedroom dramatic, opulent flair. An antique hand-carved chair serves more as a piece of art on display than a place to sit.
A platform bed anchors the far side of the room, with two midcentury nightstands offering a place for books. Overhead, two yellow sconces complement the armchairs in the corner and so tie the space together.
After: Gold Guest Bedroom Makeover with Slipcovered Headboard
Gold is a regal choice that demands attention in this once-overlooked guest bedroom. Glass and antique brass side tables give the room a more modern look, and are topped with lamps from a discount home store selected by Atlanta designer Jennifer Foster. A streamlined slipcovered headboard offers flexibility for future makeovers.
Neutral walls and bedding allow the blue-painted trim and colorful accessories to make the design statement in this Brooklyn guest bedroom. A mid-century modern nightstand and modern art play against the traditional lines of the architecture.