Saturday, December 12, 2009

Historic Home on Warren Square

Linn Gresham, a fabulous designer here in Savannah, recently updated this beautiful historic home on Warren Square for a young family. She used drapery, furnishings, accessories, lighting, art, and Christmas decor to liven up one of oldest homes in Savannah. According to Linn, they asked for a white backdrop and small doses of bold color with mismatched patterns. The client asked for layers of olive green, grey-green, aubergine, citron, and fuchsia. Check out her amazing work!

One of the few homes in Savannah's Colonial Section that survived the 1796 fires.

Antique shield plaque from 17th century Europe (Peridot). Drapery trim (Rogers & Goffigon), drapery linen (Kravet). Lamp from Number Four Eleven. Hunt board and mirror from clients own collection.

Shagreen covered dining table and custom antique mirror glass deer mount.

Antique mirror glass deer mount, bay laurel garland, F&B Pigeon mantle accent.

Custom drapery and shades ... sunburst metal wreaths add a festive Christmas touch.

Bobby McAlpine sofa suited in Rogers & Goffigon linen and a David Hicks pillow.

Living Room - drapery and pillow trims: Rogers & Goffigon. Drapery fabric: Schumacher - KWID.

Convex zinc mirror, spun silver pillows, and pheasant. John Robshaw Christmas stockings (Number Four Eleven). Chairs, table, poufs, and lamps from clients own collection.

Custom shades, drapery, and pillows. Painting by Sam Ward (Arcanum).

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